Sosoliso Plane Crash Survivor, Kechi Okwuchi Pays Tribute To Victims On 15th Anniversary
Nigerian-American singer and motivational speaker, Kechi Okwuchi has rededicated her life to promises she made to those who lost their lives in the 2005 Sosoliso plane crash.
Naija News understands that the 31-year-old America Got Talent star took to her Instagram page on Thursday, December 10 to share a heartfelt tribute to mark the 15th year of her survival from the Sosoliso crash.
According to Kechi in her tribute, it is by the grace of God that she and everyone alife today are still breathing, noting that life is like the two sides of a coin, one if life while the other is death.
She reiterated that she will continue to live for herself, for the angels and for their loved ones. Adding that she will live with the intent to appreciate every new day as it comes, and to truly live in the present.
She wrote: “Today is the 15th anniversary of my accident, the Sosoliso plane crash of 2005. Every year on this day, I rededicate my life to the promise I made, to live for those who passed away that day, especially my school mates, the 60 Angels, and their loved ones they left behind so suddenly.”
“This year, many of us had plans that were derailed, hopes that were crushed… loved ones that were lost. This year, I am harshly reminded that life and death are 2 sides of the same coin, and that it is truly through God’s grace that we are on this side of the coin right now.
“Today, I am extremely humbled by the simple gift of life and health. As I continue to live for myself, for the angels and for their loved ones, I will also live with the intent to appreciate every new day as it comes, and to truly live in the present. Rest In Peace, angels.”
See Kechi’s touching tribute below;
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