Did you eventually agree with them because they eventually buried the man with another casket?
DH: No. I think they must have gotten the new casket in Ondo state or somewhere else. But for us here in Lagos, we refused to do it. They must have gotten those who did the burial in Ondo state or anywhere else but not from Lagos.
So those pallbearers were not from M.I.C, who were already stationed in Akure Ondo State?
DH: Not at all. We in Lagos state after the incident held a meeting and agreed among ourselves not to partake in the burial. We called an official of the Ondo state government who told us in confidence that they advised against the Family going ahead with the burial on that Friday October 4 2013, because of the people who lost their lives in the plane crash. He said since they were not the owners of the corpse, they couldn't stop them from burying it. Ondo state government lost a commissioner and four other officials in the plane crash. The Ondo State Government through the official also denied awarding the burial contract directly to Mr Tunji Okusanya. According to the official, the government dealt directly with the family through Mr Femi Agagu, late Gov Agagu's younger brother and former chief of staff in Ondo state when his late brother was the governor and Feyi Agagu, the first and only son of Late Olusegun Agagu.