Funsho Martins Is Dead: Ex-NAF Officer, Martinos Event Center Founder Drowns In Lagos Lagoon

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Funsho Martins Is Dead: Ex-NAF Officer, Martinos Event Center Founder Drowns In Lagos On Lagos 3rd Mainland Bridge

The cousin of late Air Force Vice Marshal Olufunsho Martins has confirmed his death.

According to Kunle Martins, the deceased who recently returned to Nigeria from the burial of a relative in London UK met his untimely death on Saturday when his car collided with another vehicle on the 3rd mainland bridge.

The impact of the crash reportedly caused his Ford SUV to land in the muddy section of Lagos Lagoon around 10:55pm.

All efforts by divers to rescue Martins and his driver failed until the next day when an equipment was brought in to lift the vehicle from the mud.

The lifeless bodies AVM Martins and his driver were taken to the Nigerian Airforce hospital in Ikeja Lagos yesterday.

The former airforce officer was the founder of Martinos, an event and hospitality centre Agidingbi area in Ikeja.

The late General was also into real estate. The estate known as Golden Park Estate, is located at Kilometre 33 on Lagos-Epe expressway and Sangotedo.

May his soul rest in peace.

2 thoughts on “Funsho Martins Is Dead: Ex-NAF Officer, Martinos Event Center Founder Drowns In Lagos Lagoon

  1. Life means nothing in Nigeria even the unpaid divers tried to rescue him.
    Why can’t Lagos have all these equipment and stanby operators. What are they doing with taxpayers money.
    am really pissed. RiP Egbon

    • That is to show how myopic we are. We always expect white people to do things for us while we are only good in running our mouth. We have money! We are rich! We have oil. We don’t have special emergency truck or Fire fighters in all of our states yet we are happy and always blame witches and wizards

      If white peoples helped us to build those bridges, are they going to help us maintain them? Building a road for Black people means the road should last forever. Don’t we think we suppose to set some money aside to properly maintain them?

      . There some incidents that happen naturally but we never pay attention to them. In Lagos alone, some shipping containers not properly secured to the truck fall on people and kill dozens of people, yet we attribute it to unseen forces instead of taking proper measures to prevent future occurrence. In the history of Nigeria there has been no Government that had adopt strong measures to prevent such accident. The only regime who tried to try this is Buhari/Idiagon but subsequently overthrown. We really need to change our one way behavior and adopt a new method of solving our own problem ourselves.

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