How Agagu’s in-law Femi Akinsanya, jumped out of burning plane. (#agagu #femiakinsanya)

The picture of Femi Akinsanya walking after his involvment in the Agagu plane
crash stunned many.An eyewitness who works at the Murtala International Airport
has revealed to Nigerian Tribune that two of the survivors of the Thursday plane
crash in Lagos escaped death by jumping out of the plane minutes before it went
up in flames.
Pleading for anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the incident, the middle
age man, who works for Sahara Energy, said he was close by when the accident

"The company I work for is very close to the site of the crash. I saw the plane
tilt towards one side and I perceived the pilot was trying to avoid landing in a
depot full of fuel close by.
I think this was a great and timely decision because if the plane had landed on
the depot the ensuing disaster would definitely be more than what we saw.
"As I joined others to rush to the scene, I saw two people with varying degrees
of injuries, including wounds on their heads, jump out of the plane. It was later
I was able to identify one of them as the son-in-law of the late Agagu, while
the other was not known to me.
"The plane did not burst into flames immediately it crashed, because it gave
about 15-18 seconds moments of grace for help to come. But when help
eventually came, it was a little bit too late as the plane had already been
engulfed by fire,"
"It was 15 minutes after the depot operators made use of their JUHI that the
fire fighters from the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) got to the
scene, while those from the Lagos State government got arrived at about 45
minutes after this.
"It was like a scene in one of the Hollywood movies, as I watched in awe when
the plane veered to one side with one of its wings pointing downwards. It
eventually crashed just a few meters from a depot which had tanks, I believe
were full of aviation fuel. By the time we arrived at the scene, moments later,
it was difficult to see what was going on as everywhere was covered with a
thick smoke,"