The greatest wish and unfulfilled dream of Captain Hosa Okunbo Wells have been revealed.
According to ENigeria sources, the rich business magnate who died of pancreatic cancer was in excruciating pain in the final hours of his life.
Following a deterioration of his health, the former commercial pilot and founder of Ocean Marine Services Ltd died surrounded by family.
Captain Hosa – greatest pain and unfulfilled dream
Captain Hosa’s daughter, Ivie, is the bride of Tsola Emiko, the incoming Olu of Warri, whose coronation is just a few days away.
Inside sources told ENigeria Newspaper that the 63-year-old captain Wells had a dream of witnessing his son in-law’s coronation and that he had finalized arrangements to add his typical touch of style and affluence to the ceremony.
According to family insiders, Captain Hosa had his new Lagos mansion decked out and even acquired a new Rolls Royce for the new monarch before the tragic tragedy.
“Chief was full of anguish and tears,” family sources revealed moments before his death. One of the things he told us was that despite his best efforts, he couldn’t make it to the big day of his daughter Ivie and her husband.
One of the things he told us was that despite his best efforts, he couldn’t make it to the big day of his daughter Ivie and her husband.
According to Enigeria Newspaper sources, doctors in the United Kingdom had previously predicted that captain Wells would only live for a year; in fact, they had given him an exact date of March 2021, but he managed to live until August.
On January 7, 1958, late Okunbo, well known as Cappy, was born. He went to the Government Primary School in Benin City, Edo State; the Federal Government College in Warri, Delta State; the Nigerian Civil Aviation Training Centre in Zaria, Kaduna State; and the ACME School of Aeronautics in Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
Okunbo retired and moved into private business at the age of 30 in 1988, after logging over 7,000 hours of flight experience.
His commercial interests include agriculture, associated industries, petroleum, telecommunications, power, real estate, and banking.
He is survived by widow, Nosa, and 11 children.