by Rachel Ogbu
Nigeria has lost two of its thriving young leaders to the cold hands of death.
On Sunday May 26, the national president of the Nigerian chapter of Junior Chamber International, Oyebanjo Okunuga and his deputy, Agaptus Nnadiekwe, reportedly died in an auto crash.
According to reports, they were returning to Lagos after attending a collegiate conference at Federal University of Technology Akure, Ondo state.
Oyebanjo, 32 who was also the CEO of Kubacle Clothing, – a clothing company and also CEO of Business Craft Solution, – an entrepreneurship development organisation died on the spot with Agaptus while the executive secretary survived and is receiving treatment at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital.