There are strong indications that Captain Hosa Okunbo Wells gave his life to Christ shortly before his death ENigeria reports.
Captain Hosa Okunbor, a billionaire and philanthropist, died in London, as reported by ENigeria Newspaper initially. READ IT HERE
Hosa Okunbo, the 63-year-old founder of Ocean Marin Solutions Limited, a Nigerian offshore asset protection organization, is also the father-in-law of Tsola Emiko, the incoming Olu of Warri.
Meanwhile, a close friend of Captain Hosa revealed in an eulogy indicated that former commercial pilot gave his life to Christ moments before he died.
He wrote: “Adieu, Irrepressible Captain Hosa. When you stopped taking calls last week, I had an inkling it was probably time to call in time on your earthly journey.
If doctors gave you March and God pushed you through August, then, it was for a reason, which hopefully you fulfilled.
We still spoke upper week and there was no indication it was going to be our last.
This is why I believe you haven’t died but have only recorded victory over pain, anguish, losses, vanity and above all, frenemies.
You’ve done your bits and left, but we’d never forget your efforts at impacting lives – several of them.
Whatever your inadequacies, you were evidently a good man. You didn’t act being good; you were innately a good person.
And more importantly, which is the good news; you gave your life to Christ before breathing your last.
Congratulations, Captain. Not many had that grace before bidding the world goodbye.
Rest on, an illustrious and proud son of Benin.” The eulogy concluded
Captain Hosa, who died of pancreatic cancer following treatment in Germany and London, was planning to return to Nigeria to see his son-in-law Tsola Emiko’s coronation as the next Olu of Warri.
Captain Hosa had his new Lagos residence decked and even purchased a new Rolls Royce for the new monarch before the terrible incident, according to family insiders.
When Hosa died in London, he was surrounded by close family members.
He is survived by widow, Nosa, and 11 children.