Ndubisi Kanu, former Lagos, Imo military administrator dies in Lagos

REAR Admiral Ndubisi Kanu retired, a former military governor of Lagos State and old Imo State is dead.

Ndubisi Kanu was reported to have been ill for a long time but it is not clear yet what ailment killed him.

He died this morning in a hospital in Lagos.

Admiral Ndubisi Kanu was born November 3, 1943, and would have clocked 78 this year.

In his military service, Kanu was a first-class graduate of Sandhurst Military Institute in UK.

In 1975, he was the only Igbo that was part of the Supreme Military Council, before it was dissolved by General Olusegun Obasanjo when he assumed office in 1976 as the head of state.

Kanu ran a shipping and maritime company called RAGNK Ltd, with headquartered in Victoria Island, Lagos.

He was also a director in Fidelity Bank Plc.

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