Ex-Chief of Naval Administration, Joe Aikhomu, dies from COVID 19 complications

By AdvocateNews on 25/02/2021

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Late former Chief of Naval Administration, Rear Admiral Joe Aikhomu
Late former Chief of Naval Administration, Rear Admiral Joe Aikhomu

A former Chief of Naval Administration, Rear Admiral Joe Aikhomu (rtd) is dead.

According to reports, Aikhomu, 65, passed on Thursday morning in Abuja allegedly from COVID-19 complications.

The deceased who was younger brother to former military Vice President, Admiral Augustus Aikhomu (rtd), was until his death, chairman of Ocean Marine Solutions (OMS), a company his late brother founded with businessman Captain Hosa Okunbo.

Aikhomu was also a member of the investigative panel on arms procurement between 2007 and 2015 which was set up by President Muhammadu Buhari during his first tenure.

According to sources, his death has thrown the navy community into mourning as he was considered a mobile encyclopedia on maritime operations and logistics in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) region.

 

Posted 25/02/2021 5:39:07 PM

 

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