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More details have emerged on the death of Tola Ogundipe, Deputy Senior Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).

The Nation reports that Tola Ogundipe was found dead on Monday morning, two days after he went missing while riding his private boat around Ishai in Irewe area of the state. Also, four of his aides have been arrested for interrogation in an ongoing investigation by the police.

The aides are believed to have seen him last before he went for the cruise on Saturday, it was gathered.

The Nation adds that Ogundipe’s boat, which was discovered by the local police during a search for him, might have upturned while he was cruising.

Police spokesman, Muyiwa Adejobi, confirmed the suspects were in custody and the investigation ongoing.

Managing Director, Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) Oluwadamilola Emmanuel said Ogundipe’s body was found by the marine police on Monday.

PwC Nigeria had announced the death of its Deputy Senior Partner, Tola Ogundipe in a statement signed by the company’s Country Senior Partner, Uyi Akpata. The statement described Ogundipe as a thoroughbred professional, a very astute leader, and a consummate gentleman before his demise.

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