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Narrating his experience via his facebook page, Akande attributed his being alive to the help of God and the quick action taken by the Lagos State Government during the incident. He gave kudos to the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu; the State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, the medical team at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) and the Orile-Agege General Hospital for the prompt and professional medical management provided him during his ordeal.

The babies delivered through cesarean section by Mrs Olufoye were a girl weighing 2.2 kilograms born at 12:07 a.m.; the second child, a boy weighed 2 kilograms was delivered at 12:08 a.m. while the third child a girl born at 12:09 a.m. weighed 2.1 kilograms.

I drove to UNILAG, carried out my activities and when I was driving back to the office in the afternoon, I slept off, holding the steering. The saving grace was that I was not on high speed. The car crash was horrible. My face was disfigured. Blood flowed freely. The crash finished the car. A sympathetic family brought me out of the wrecked car and rushed me to the Lagos State Teaching Hospital (LASUTH). Whenever you see the mark on my nose and mouth, they are the marks left there to remind me about the need to understand how far your body can carry you.