Kechi Okwuchi's Tribute To The Sosoliso Plane Crash Victims

Kechi Okwuchi's Tribute To The Sosoliso Plane Crash Victims

Kechi Okwuchi shared a touching tribute in honour of the Sosoliso plane crash victims.

On the 10th of December, Kechi Okwuchi, one of the three Sosoliso plane crash survivors, remembers the day her life almost ended 14 years ago.

14 years: The Sosoliso plane crash survivors

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Kechi Okwuchi, who's now 30 years old, took to Twitter to remember the day she would have died fourteen years ago. She was one of the sixty-one secondary school students from Loyola Jesuit College going home for the Christmas holiday. There were 110 people on board the ill-fated Sosoliso Airlines Flight 1145 on December 10, 2005. In Kechi's tweet, she remembers those who perished in the crash, thanking God for letting her live for the precious souls who lost their lives that day.

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She wrote: “On this day 14 yrs ago, my life almost ended at 16. Today I am 30 yrs old & so grateful to God for allowing me to live for the precious souls that were lost on December 10 2005. I am also grateful to you all for your support as I live my dream. RIP angels #NeverForgotten.”

Kechi Okwuchi's Tribute To The Sosoliso Plane Crash Victims

However, there's another survivor known as Bunmi Amusan at the time of the plane crash. Bunmi was the personal assistant to the late woman of God Pastor Bimbo Odukoya, who died from her injuries a few days after the crash. Bunmi got married two months later to Jide Adams, a staff of Cornerstone Insurance and fellow usher at the Fountain of Life Church. At the time, details of the wedding arrangements remained so private that the few reporters who wanted to gather more information about Bunmi left with empty hands. She has remained private since the incident, and not much is known about her.

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Lydia Ume