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Plane Crash in Port Harcourt, Nigeria...

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Obariba

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gogetter said:
Yep, thats her...Very Inspirational..The lady that just lost her kids needs to surround herself with family and pple who have experienced such things...it helps to know u are not the only one who feels that kind of pain..
I even have the movie I had bought the book and movie together !
Tai Ikomi is now married and has more children. She has a lot of really nice books on grieving too !
I agree infact people that still have their children should just clear the way for people who have gone thru a similar experience becos ther is no way to bring comfort to such a person unless you have been thru a similar situation.

My college friend lost her daughter in the crash..when people went to see him he was crying bitterly.....now u know men rarely cry but this father is crying and wailing openly.
There is another family in PH that is very wealthy but after the Bellview crash they decided their kids wont fly again.So this father made the long drive to Abuja to pick up his children !!
 

Obariba

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bolanle said:
Exactly my point na! I mean sure she will live and everything happens for a reason but haba 3 at a time! As i have said before, we pray not to know the end of our kids, now that everything you labourd and worked for is gone withtin one day?? You really ask yaself what you did wrong? Where did it go wrong? Really....who do you wanna blame? Is it God or those that let the plane even take off?help: ..I just wonder what this world is turning to, seriously...

......... and that school is VERY VERY expensive !! So for families to invest such funds on their children's education tells you how precious the kids are to them !
 

Obariba

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Survivor in South Africa

Crash Survivor in S/African Hospital, Mother Speaks
'My God does not labour in vain, He will see my daughter through'
From Gbenga Oni-Olusola in Johannesburg, 12.14.2005

Kechi Okwuchi, 16, one of the survivors of the Sosoliso air crash Saturday, which claimed 103 lives at the Port Harcourt International Airport has been flown to the renowned Milpark Hospital, Johannes-burg, South Africa where she is receiving treatment.
Hospital sources told THISDAY last night that Kechi, a student of Loyola Jesuit College, Karu, Abuja, was still in a critical condition. When THISDAY visited the hospital and had a glimpse of the survivor, she laid unconcious on her hospital bed with several life support gadgets attached to her body.
Kechi who appeared to be in coma was covered up to her neck in a white sheet, her face and head, the only parts of the body visible to sight, were severely burnt.
THISDAY gathered that she was flown into Johannesburg and admitted into the hospital Monday.
Her mother, Mrs. Ijeoma Okwuchi, told THISDAY that she was thankful to God for sparing the life of her daughter.
She said although the girl was still in a critical condition, she believed and prayed that the good Lord who saved her in the crash will see her through the ordeal to full recovery.
"Our God does not labour in vain. Our God that saved her from the crash will see her through, I believe", she said.
Mrs. Okwuchi said her main focus was to continue to pray for Kechi's full recovery and that she was hopeful that in two weeks time, "my daughter will sit up and I will be able to speak with her again"

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Obariba

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j-hi said:
Imagine --- that u are the mother of the three children who died...http://www.thisdayonline.com/nview.php?id=35685
her picture...http://thisdayonline.com/


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A disclaimer has been posted ..that is not the mother of the children that was reported tohave fainted


"Yesterday, on the front page, there was a mix-up with the photograph of a woman who fainted at the Port Harcourt Interdenominational Service captioned as that of Mrs. Ilabor, who lost her three children in the crash. These, no doubt, are distressing moments for everyone. The mix-up is regretted as we join millions of Nigerians to pray God to grant the Ilabors and other parents the fortitude to bear the loss of their loved children."

Mistake
 
Obariba said:
I even have the movie I had bought the book and movie together !
Tai Ikomi is now married and has more children. She has a lot of really nice books on grieving too !
I agree infact people that still have their children should just clear the way for people who have gone thru a similar experience becos ther is no way to bring comfort to such a person unless you have been thru a similar situation.

My college friend lost her daughter in the crash..when people went to see him he was crying bitterly.....now u know men rarely cry but this father is crying and wailing openly.
There is another family in PH that is very wealthy but after the Bellview crash they decided their kids wont fly again.So this father made the long drive to Abuja to pick up his children !!
Please which family is that, I think I might know them if they were in Loyola. Some students in my school were saved by God. They were supposed to travel back to PH but they decided to stay in school for Kiaros Rertreat and it saved their lives. Thank God for them.
 
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