We Are Not Dead. Three Dana Air Crash Hostesses Declares
The Guardian Newspaper this morning reported that Three Air Hostesses of Dana Airlines have clarified that they were not involved in the ill-fated plane that crashed on June 3, 2012 in Iju-Ishaga area of Lagos while coming from Abuja killing all 153 people onboard as well as residents around the crash scene.
Miss Blessing Umoh, Miss Grace Umoh and Miss Faith Okoru, identified as “Air Hostesses” of the company, explained that at the time of the accident they were working at the Calabar International Airport in Cross River State “and were not involved in the ill-fated plane.”
In a letter written on behalf of the hostesses by Samuel Okon & Co., a law chamber in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, they observed that they were “inundated with telephone calls within and outside from numerous people,” concerning a publication in The Guardian of June 5, 2012. The said publication showed photograph of many people, some of who were believed to be victims of the crash.
The lawyers stated that the pictures of their clients were also among those published in the newspaper and it wrongly caused people to troop “to their homes and commiserate with their parents and loved ones.” They emphasized that they “were at their duty post in Calabar, Cross River State when the crash occurred.”
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