The Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) today said it had recovered the bodies of two female victims involved in a boat mishap on Saturday at Ojo.
We gathered that the incident occurred on Saturday in the creeks in Ojo Local Government Area of the state.
The motorised boat was reported to have been conveying 10 passengers who were said to be returning from a party.
Mr Yinka Marinho, the Managing Director of LASWA identified the victims as Temitope Bolarin-Ajayi and Princess Cythia John.
Marinho said that the two ladies were the only causalities.
``On the 20th July 2015 about 0830hrs, LASWA patrol team resumed to the point of incident.
``The dead bodies of the two missing ladies were found floating and pulled out of the water.
``The family members of the deceased were on ground with Mr Olukayode Are, Investigating Police Officer of Irewe Police Command, to identify the bodies,'' Marinho said.
He further said that police command informed the agency that the case had been transferred to the Marine Police at Onikan.
Marinho further disclosed that the mishap was caused by ``reckless driving, lack of life jackets, night travel and coupled with the fact that the captain of the motorized boat was under the influence of alcohol.
``The Captain of the boat (Ola Ayodele), the celebrant (Temitope Omidele) and an invitee/ survivor (Grace Bidoye) are currently in the custody of the Marine Police Head Office Onikan,'' he said.
Marinho added that the ill-fated boat had been impounded by the agency.