ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES CRASH: PIUS ADESANMI’S FAMILY AND OTHERS TO GET 52MILLION NAIRA EACH

The families of over 300 victims of Boeing 737 Max plane crashes will receive $50 million in financial assistance, the company said on Monday. Nigerian writer, Professor Pius Adesanmi, was part of 157 persons on board an ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on March 10, 2019. The Boeing Financial Assistance Fund set aside for the victims’ relatives is half of a $100 million pledge “to address family and community needs of those affected by the tragedies,” announced in July. Boeing said the other half of the fund will support education…

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MAN WHO LOST WIFE, 3 KIDS AND MOTHER IN-LAW IN BOEING 737, ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES REVEALS WHY HE CANNOT RETURN HOME, SEE PIX

“I lost my wife Carole, my three children Ryan, Kelly and Ruby and I also lost my mum-in-law. I feel so lonely. I look at people. I see them with their children playing outside and I cannot have my children – I’ll never be able to see their faces again or hear their voices.” Paul Njoroge lost his entire family when Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 crashed six minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa on 10 March. 157 people died. Paul is now living between friends’ houses, unable to return…

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