Olusegun Agagu Is Dead: Former Governor Of Ondo State Dies On Returning From America

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Sept 13, 2013 – Ex-Ondo State Governor Is Dead:  Dr. Olusegun Agagu Dies On Returning From America

The immediate past governor of Ondo State Nigeria, Dr Olusegun Agagu is dead.
The ex-Governor who ruled the state from the 29th of May 2003 to Feb 2009 passed away this afternoon in Lagos State.

According to family sources, Agagu returned from America yesterday and headed to his residence in Ikoyi Lagos.

He reportedly dined with his wife, Mrs Olufunke Agagu last night.

Today he attended a political meeting that took place at Lagos Mainland.

Few minutes into the meeting, Agagu reportedly slumped. He was immediately rushed to a Yaba hospital. His condition because untreatable and he was transferred to the Military Hospital in Ikoyi, Lagos.

He passed away at the Ikoyi hospital while receiving treatment.

According to sources, the corpse of the late politician is still in Ikoyi Military hospital.

His death was confirmed this evening by his spokesperson, Yemi Owolabi.

Olusegun Agagu handed over to the present Ondo Governor Olusegun Mimiko after his re-election was voided in February 2009. He is married to Mrs Olufunke Agagu

The deceased who was born on the 16th of February 1948 passed away today at the age of 65.

May his soul rest in eternal peace.

22 thoughts on “Olusegun Agagu Is Dead: Former Governor Of Ondo State Dies On Returning From America

  1. Very sad news; likely died from a PE (clott in the lungs) vs MI ( heart attack)
    R.I.P.
    Please everyone, be very conscious when on a long distance travel. Get up and move around intermittently, or squeeze your toes or better still look , look for TED stockings.

    • thx Charles. U’ve said it all. Long distance travels especialy those that span between 8-15hrs/more require people particularly d old to walk around. God bless u for dat ingenious advice.

  2. Arise O Nigerian Youth And A Call To Obey
    In 1983, Bamanga Tukur was the Governor of the defunct Gongola State (now Adamawa & Taraba) and 30 years later, he is today the Chairman of the ruling Party, The PDP;
    Dr. Bello Halliru was commissioner in the Old Sokoto State (now Sokoto, Kebbi & Zamfara) and 33 years after he is today Minister of Defence;
    Major General David Mark(rtd) was the military governor of Niger State in 1984 and 28years later he is today the Senate President;
    Gov. Murtala Nyako was the governor of Niger State in 1976 and 36years later he is today the Governor of Adamawa State;
    Ogbonnaya Onu was governor of Abia State in 1992 and 20years after he is today the National Chairman of ANPP;
    Gov. David Jonah Jang was the governor of Benue State in 1985 and 27years after he is today the governor of plateau state; and
    Martins Elechi the Ebonyi State Governor is over 80 years old!
    Only in Nigeria is this possible, where the youth of today have no hope into the future!
    Where do we go from here? People Deceiving People (PDP), 1985, IBB was the president of Nigeria and our teachers told us that Buhari was the former Head of state..Our teacher also called us “the leaders of tomorrow”.. 27years later, IBB and Buhari are still contesting for Presidency..
    Its either our teacher lied to us about being the leaders of tomorrow..Or tomorrow is yet to come.. Who’s fooling who?
    Some of us ran out of the country,Obasanjo went abroad chasing them,telling all nations to deport Nigerian youths. Let’s stand and fight for our right cos we are the leaders of Today…
    From strike in health sector, to the labour, to judiciary, to Education and today our students are home lavishing!
    Pls let all youth come to an alliance and fight for the unborn. We can’t continue like this. Pass it to everyone if you believe in the NIGERIA DREAM. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH I signed it,will you do the same by sending to all your contacts? Then put me in the copy of your broadcasting. ……. .BOSS…rip

    • I am all for it…. It’s a shame, what happens in our country. Would have been better to have their children contesting for these positions.
      However, how do u go round getting your voice to be heard or for it to count in a place where corruption rules? Many people are afraid of untimely death.

  3. gone so soon,i could recollect back in 2003, when u came to my town,and was at my late father house to tell im abt ur political ambition,u gave my father posters and later the posters was given to me and my elder brother to paste them around the town of idogun in ose local government,it was a pity during ur second term campaing my father was no more,yet u came to our aouse,if truly their is a place in heaven i knw u shall see my beloved father and mentor cheif f.o ogundoro to discuss to politcs,rest in peace your execellency.agagu jooooo, agagu jareeeeee

  4. I did’t meet with you yet l heard of your good works from people of sincere heart . People you do not know served you as ordained by GOD. Everybody cannot like you,for there are people who even hates their creator. MAY YOUR GOOD WORKS ON EARTH APPEASE THE HEAVENS AND FIND THE GRACE AND MERCY OF THE ALMIGHTY. RIP,AS YOU LEAVE THE WORLD OF DARKNESS AND ENTER INTO THE LIGHT OF GOD. AGAGU,R .I.P, FOR YOU HAVE CONQUERED DEATH.

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