HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AMAKA

Ndidiamaka

NAME: Florence Ndidiamaka Okeke

BORN: June 5

GRADUATED FROM: Federal School of Social Works, Enugu

FROM: Lokpanta, Imo State, Nigeria

EMAIL: ndidi4christ@yahoo.com

 

DANA AIR CRASH: List of Bodies Recovered So Far Released

By NCAA

Aircraft Type: MD-83, Reg. Mark: 5N-RAM, Route: ABV- LOS, Date: 3rd June, 2012, Time: 3:43pm, Location: Iju Ishaga, Lagos.

Dana Air

S/N     Flight #     Departure Date     Passenger’s Title     Passenger’s First Name     Passenger’s Last Name

1     992                     Jun 3, 2012           OTARU     SAKA

2     992                    Jun 3, 2012     MRS     ANJOLA     FATOKUN

3     992                    Jun 3, 2012     MSTR     OLAOLUWA     FATOKUN

4     992                    Jun 3, 2012     INF     IBUKUN     FATOKUN

5     992                    Jun 3, 2012     MSTR     UGABIO     OYOSORO

6     992                    Jun 3, 2012     MS     RAJULIE     OYOSORO

7     992                   Jun 3, 2012     MRS     ADENIKE     AJANI

8     992                   Jun 3, 2012     MS     AIMANEHI     ONEMOLEASE

9     992                   Jun 3, 2012     INF     EYINOJUOLUWA     DAVIDKOLAWOLE

10     992                 Jun 3, 2012     MRS     FORTUNE     DAVIDKOLAWOLE

11     992                 Jun 3, 2012     MR     OBIOLA     IKPOKI

12     992                Jun 3, 2012     MR     ABRAHAM     ADIJOLOLA

13     992                Jun 3, 2012     MS     INIOBONG     ASUQUO

14     992                Jun 3, 2012           UDOH     PATIENCE SUNDAY

15     992                Jun 3, 2012     MS     CHINERO     OKAFOR

16     992                Jun 3, 2012     MRS     ANTONIA     ATTUH

17     992                Jun 3, 2012           OLUWADAMILARE     ADELEKE

18     992                Jun 3, 2012     MS     JENNIFER     ONITA

19     992                Jun 3, 2012     MS     JOSEPHINE     ONITA

20     992                Jun 3, 2012           JONES     IFEKAWA

21     992                Jun 3, 2012     MR     KIM     NORRIS

22     992                Jun 3, 2012     MR     ROGER     AOUADE

23     992                Jun 3, 2012     MR     OLUSANMI     AWODOGAN

24     992                Jun 3, 2012     MS     ADEDUNNI     DOHERTY

25     992                Jun 3, 2012     MRS     TEMITOPE     ARIYIBI

26     992                 Jun 3, 2012     MRS     CHINWE     DIKE

27     992                Jun 3, 2012     MR     CHUKWUEZUGO     DIKE

28     992                 Jun 3, 2012           SHUTAO     ZHAI

29     992                Jun 3, 2012           IDRIS BUGAJE     AMINA

30     992                Jun 3, 2012           MAIKUDI     BUKHARI

31     992               Jun 3, 2012           HUIZHU     LI

32     992              Jun 3, 2012           YU     WANG

33     992               Jun 3, 2012           YI     KANG

34     992             Jun 3, 2012     MR     EMMANUEL     OBOT

35     992            Jun 3, 2012     MRS     FARIDA     KAIKAI

36     992             Jun 3, 2012     MR     IBRAHIM     NAGIDI

37     992             Jun 3, 2012     MS     OLUWAKEMI     SOMOLU

38     992             Jun 3, 2012           ONYEYIRI     OLUCHI

39     992             Jun 3, 2012           MYINDADI     BERKISU

40     992           Jun 3, 2012           ANYENE     ONYEKA

41     992            Jun 3, 2012           NJOKU     OGECHI

42     992            Jun 3, 2012           ANYENE     MAIMUNA

43     992            Jun 3, 2012           ANYENE     KAMSIYONNA

44     992            Jun 3, 2012           ANYENE     KAYIMARACHI

45     992           Jun 3, 2012            ANYENE     NOAH

46     992           Jun 3, 2012            ANYENE     KAYINETOCHI

47     992           Jun 3, 2012            IBRAHM     YUSUF

48     992           Jun 3, 2012     MR     BASSEY     EYO

49     992          Jun 3, 2012     MR     CHARLES     NTUKO

50     992         Jun 3, 2012     MRS     TOSIN     ANIBABA

51     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     FEMI     SHOBOWALE

52     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     CHRISTOPHER     OKOCHA

53     992        Jun 3, 2012     MRS     FALMATA     MOHAMMED

54     992        Jun 3, 2012              ADEBIYI     ADEKUNBI

55     992        Jun 3, 2012               NOSIKE     PETER

56     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     SONNY     EHIOGHAE

57     992        Jun 3, 2012     MRS     CHINWE     OBI

58     992         Jun 3, 2012     MRS     MEMUNA     SHAIBU

59     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     MAHMUD     DUKAWA

60     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     EHIME     AIKHOMU

61     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     ABIODUN     OLUWASEGUNFUNMI

62     992       Jun 3, 2012                ABIODUN     JONATHAN

63     992       Jun 3, 2012     MRS     AROKOYU     OLUSOLA

64     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     AYOOLA     ADEKOLA

65     992       Jun 3, 2012     MS     OBIANUJU     EROKWU

66     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     OCHIGBO     LT COL CHUMBO

67     992       Jun 3, 2012              ALI     YUSUF

68     992       Jun 3, 2012              JANGANA     IBRAHIM

69     992       Jun 3, 2012           NWAOKOAGBARA     ANTHONY

70     992       Jun 3, 2012           EVENTUS     MBONG

71     992       Jun 3, 2012     MS     BANJI     OLUKOYA

72     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     ADAMU     BAMAIYI

73     992       Jun 3, 2012                TATORU     ABIKALIO

74     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     WALE     ERIBAKE

75     992       Jun 3, 2012               ALIYU     MAHMUD

76     992       Jun 3, 2012               LAMIDI     TAIWO

77     992       Jun 3, 2012               CHUKWU-BUKA     PHILIP

78     992       Jun 3, 2012                OLUWAYOMI     BENSON

79     992       Jun 3, 2012                OKARA     ANTHONY

80     992       Jun 3, 2012     MRS     HADIZA     OTEGBEYE

81     992       Jun 3, 2012                 OKERE     CHUKWUEMEKA

82     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     OLUGBENGA     KOMOLAFE

83     992       Jun 3, 2012     MRS     AMAKA     OJUGBANA

84     992       Jun 3, 2012     INF     CHRISTOPHER     OJUGBANA

85     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     OLUMIDE     COKER

86     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     WALTER     HUNNA

87     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     ISTIFANUS     MUTIHIR

88     992       Jun 3, 2012                GARBA     NABILA

89     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     JOHN     NNADI

90     992       Jun 3, 2012               ABDU     GARBA

91     992       Jun 3, 2012              AISHA     ABDU

92     992       Jun 3, 2012    MR     GODWIN     APOCHI

93     992        Jun 3, 2012                 LAS     LILIAN

94     992        Jun 3, 2012     MISS     CHIMDINMA     ONYEAGOCHA

95     992        Jun 3, 2012                  OGECHI     ONYEGOCHA

96     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     CELESTINE     ONWULIRI

97     992        Jun 3, 2012                GARBA     NABIL

98     992        Jun 3, 2012     MR     RAPHAEL     AMIAKA

99     992       Jun 3, 2012     MR     SAM     SHAIBU

100     992     Jun 3, 2012               ABUBAKAR     KALTUM

101     992     Jun 3, 2012   MRS     PRISCILLA     ELEJE

102     992     Jun 3, 2012     MRS     RUTH     WASA

103     992     Jun 3, 2012     MS     AWYETU     WASA

104     992     Jun 3, 2012             JONATHAN     EKELEDO

105     992     Jun 3, 2012              AHMADU     JOHN

106     992     Jun 3, 2012     MSTR     MOYOSORE     AKISANYA

107     992     Jun 3, 2012     MS        ESEOGHENE     OKOR

108     992     Jun 3, 2012     MRS     OMONIGHO     AKISANYA

109     992     Jun 3, 2012                ONYIJUKE     IJEOMA

110     992     Jun 3, 2012                SAAD USMAN     SHEHU

111     992     Jun 3, 2012                ABUGU     IKE

112     992     Jun 3, 2012               EKE     MECHA

113     992     Jun 3, 2012               ESEOGHENE     OKOR

114     992     Jun 3, 2012               ALLISON     JOY

115     992     Jun 3, 2012               OCHONOGOR     IKE

116     992     Jun 3, 2012                MOYO     AKINSANYA

117     992     Jun 3, 2012               OMONIGHO     AKINSANYA

118     992     Jun 3, 2012     MR     TUNJI     OLOKO

119     992     Jun 3, 2012     MR     LAWAL     ANAKOBE

120     992     Jun 3, 2012               U. ANAKOBE     LAWAL

121     992     Jun 3, 2012               ALVANA     OJUKWU

122     992     Jun 3, 2012               OKWULEHIE     MARIA

123     992     Jun 3, 2012               IBE     ECHEIDU

124     992     Jun 3, 2012               IBE     JENNIFER

125     992     Jun 3, 2012               UMAR     MAJ GEN TAHIR

126     992     Jun 3, 2012     MR     OLUMODEJI     AKINOLA

127     992     Jun 3, 2012     MR     TIBIEBIOWEI     ZUOFA

128     992     Jun 3, 2012     MRS     PRISCILLA     YINUSA

129     992     Jun 3, 2012                  LAWAL     HURRIYA

130     992     Jun 3, 2012     MRS     ELIZABETH     AKWAEZE

131     992     Jun 3, 2012     MR     PATRICK     OKONJI

132     992     Jun 3, 2012     MR     OLUKAYODE     OKIKIOLU

133     992     Jun 3, 2012     MR     ADEROJU     OSUNBADE

DANA AIR CRASH VICTIMS: Roll Call

DANA AIR CRASH VICTIMS: Roll Call.

DANA AIR CRASH VICTIMS: Roll Call

Ifekowa Jones

These are some of the victims of the ill-fated crash on Sunday in Lagos involving Dana Air. The list is not exhaustive.

Redeemed pastors’ daughters killed in Dana air crash

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Josephine

It will be a very sad loss for the family of the Onitas, who lost two of their daughters on Sunday to the ill-fated Dana aircrash.

The young ladies, Josephine Anita and Jennifer, were probably paying a visit home before the unfortunate incident.

Two duo, who lived in Houston, Missouri City until their death, were the daughters of Pastor Solomon and Oyinlola Onita, pastors of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Stafford, Texas.

Jennifer was into church support services and outreach, and combined her dedication to faith task with her degree programme of Engineering at Texas Tech University.

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Jennifer

On her part, Josephine studied accounting at University of North Texas, and works as a financial and tax accountant at the Financial and Tax office, Houston. 

PRESIDENT JONATHAN WEEPS

President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday shed tears during his visit to the site where a Dana plane crashed on Sunday evening, killing everyone on board in Lagos.

The president promised a thorough investigation into the incidence that led to the crash.

This particular incident is a major setback for us … I will make sure that this will not repeat itself in the country.”

‘The plane killed my sister, family while plaiting hair in her house’

More casualties are still being recorded from the Dana Air crash that took place in Lagos on Sunday. When Jungle Journalist arrived the scene, NAMA officials, the Red Cross, Police, Army, Naval and Airforce, as well as Civil Defence were seen at the scene helping to remove the bodies of the dead. With a caterpillar, a two-storey building housing affected was being carefully torn. One young man who walked about dejectedly said that his sister was one of those killed in the crash. The young man, who identified himself as Emmanuel Otu, who said he is form Cross River State, said his sister and her family, who has been married for some year was one of the victims. He said he had been called as the only relative to her aro0und to go quickly to her house, as their house is burning. “I did not know this place before but I was able to locate it. By the time I got here, the whole place was burning and there were fumes everywhere. I had been hoping that my sister escaped, but when I saw her two kids, they told me their parents died in the crash. They had gone out to buy something. My sister was playing a neighbor’s hair while her husband was carrying the baby in the bedroom when the boys went out. They did not return to the house as it was burning when they got back. Everyone in the flat died. Odika Daniel, an engineer also said that he might have survived the crash juts because he was away at work “I was there in my work place when I got a call that my house is burning. I had to rush home but by the time I got here, the fire has escalated. I could neither go in there or do anything. There was so much crowd too, and confusion. We lost everything, but am happy my younger brother, Emeka was able to escape”. Another neighbor said that the major reason the fire killed everybody on board was because of the bad roads, as well as lack of water. Initially, when the plane fell, we heard people screaming for help, they were trapped in the aircraft and could have escaped. But the fire was too much. The smoke was too much. We could not do anything, and because of the bad road, the Fire Service could not come in on time. Everything was burning, the houses, the plane, everything, but we could not do anything. We were helpless. Bodies of the dead were falling out every five minutes. 11 bodies in all were removed, bagged and taken to an ambulance while Jungle Journalist was there. Speaking to Jungle Journalist, Red Cross Information Adviser for Lagos State, Godwin Johnson said that no one survived in the crash. He also said that 137 bodies have been removed so far. “Look at that ambulance, it’s full of bodies. At the last count, 68 have been placed in it. The only people who escaped were those who were able to run out yesterday. We could not rescue any injured people. They all died.” he informed.

Manifest of crashed Dana Air passengers

Onyeka Anyene; Hurria Lawal; Maimuna Anyene; Bakisumiadi Yindadi; Ebuka Enuma; Oluchi Onyeyiri; Sunday Enuma; George Moses; Ogechi Njoku; Noah Anyene; Kamsiyona Anyene; Stanford Obrutse; Kaiyenotochi Anyene; Okeke Hope; Rev. Ayodeji Cole; NgoziCole; Noah Anyene; Ailende Ehi; Oluwasegun Funmi Abiodun; and Shehu Sahad Usman, Alade Martins; Onita Jennifer (Mrs); Onita Josephine;Ike Ochonogo; Joy Alison; John Ahmadu; Akowe Fatokun Anjola; Fatokun Olaoluwa; Fatokun Ibukun; Buhari Maikudi; Amina Idris Bugaje; Ajani Adenle; IkeAbugu; Adijolola Abraham; Obot Emmanuel; OtegbeyeHadiza; Ehioghae Sunny; Onwuriri Celestine; Abikalio Otatoru; Noris Kim; Eyo Bassey; Njoku Charles; Anibaba Tosin; Okocha Christopher; Sobowale Femi; and Phillip Chukwu Ebuka, Sparagano Lawrence; Somolu Oluwakemi; Ariyibi Temitope; MecheEke; Ojugbana Amaka; Ojugbana Christopher; Buna Walter; Coker Olumide; Lilian Lass; Mutittir Itsifanus; Yusuf Alli; Lt. Col. Jumbo Ochigbo; Eribake Wale; Zhai Shuta; Wang Yu; P. Awani; O. Awani; N. Chidiac; Rijoel Dhose; Li Hizha; Apochi Godwin; Lang Yi; Yinusa Ahmed; Faysal Inusa; Mojekwu Adaobi; Ibrahim D; Bamaiyi Adamu; Ifekowa Jones; Peter Nosike; Anthony Nwaokocha; Mahmud Aliyu;Nnadi John; Akweze Elizabeth; Dorothy Adedunni; Echeidu Ibe; Maria Okulehi; Jennifer Ibe; Okoko junjip; Sarah Mshelia; Ahmed Mbana;Okonji Patrick; Oyosoro Rajuli; Oyosoro Ugbabio; Kaikai Farida; David Kolawole Fortune; Eyinoluwa David Kolawole; Kaltum Abubakar; and Dakawa Mahmud. Patience Sunday Udoh; Asuquo Iniebong; Onemonelese Aimeihi; Onyeagocha Chidinma; Onyeagocha Ogechi; Ike Okoye; Amaka Raphael; Ijeoma Onyinjuke; Garba Abdul; Aisha Abdul;Benson Oluwayomi; Anthony7 Opara;Taiwo Lamidi; Awodogan Olusanmi; Obi Chinwe; Shaibu Memuna; Major I.G Mohammed; Nagidi Ibrahim; Attah Anthonia; Shaibu Sam; Ifeanyi Orakwe; Obinna Akubueze; Li Rui; Xie Zhenfeng; Oko Eseoghene; Chukwuemeka Okere; Adetunbi Adebiyi; Ibrahim Mantakari; Was Ruth; Wasa Awiyetu; Ojukwu Alvana;Lawal Anakobe; Nabil Garba; Mohammed Falmata; Ibrahim Jangana; Okikiolu Olukayode; Komolafe Olugbenga; Dike Chinwe; Dike Chike Ezugo; Olusola Arokoyo; Adetola Ayoola; Akinola Olumodeji; Olukoya Banji Saka Otaru; Adeleke Oluwadamilare; Yusuf Ibrahim; Ikpohi Obiola; Aikhomu Ehimen; Levi Ajuonuma; Mbong Eventus.

Laughter please…

These are trying times. What about a little laughter for a change-

Two little boys stole a bag of orange from their neighbor & decided to go to a calm place to share the loot” one of them suggested the nearby cemetery .As they were jumping the big gate to enter the cemetery, two oranges fell out of the bag behind the gate’ but they didn’t bother to pick them since they had enough in d bag .Few mins later A drunk(beer man)on his way from a local bar passes near the cemetery gate and heard a voice:“One for me, one for you. “One for me, one for you”He immediately sobers up and runs as fast as he can to the local priest.”Father please come with me,come and witness God & Satan sharing corpse at the cemetery.”They both ran back to the cemetery gate and the voice continued:”One for me, one for you, one for me, one for you..Suddenly the voice stop counting and says:“What about the two at the gate?”Omo come see marathon ….even the priest almost pass church gate !!!shouting we are not dead yet…. Enjoy the rest of ur weekend —

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