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Complete List Of Nigeria Plane Crash Victims Released

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treatment geneva; font-size: small;”>Many of those who reacted last night said it was an irony that the crash happened at a time that it was believed that the problems that had for long bedeviled the aviation sector were about being overcome.

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drugs geneva; font-size: small;”>A picture taken with a photo camera shows residents of the Iju district of Lagos gathering at the site where a Dana company aircraft crashed into a two-storey building on June 3, 2012 in Lagos.

Thick smoke rose from the area near the Lagos airport and flames could be seen coming from the building. Residents said the plane had been coming in low, making a loud noise, when it slammed into the residential area.

President of the Senate, Senator David Mark, Speaker Aminu Tambuwal, Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, governors, Aviation Minister Stella Oduah and national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur were among those who reacted last night.

While commiserating with families of the victims, Senator Mark promised that the Senate would investigate the cause of the aircrash in a bid to ensure that there is no recurrence.

Mourning loss of lives

In a statement issued on his behalf by his Special Adviser on Media, Mr. Kola Ologbondinyan, Mark said: “I feel so sad and heartbroken hearing the news of this ugly incident. It is quite unfortunate and disheartening. We mourn the loss of lives and prayed God to put a stop to every form of evil in our land. The Senate will definitely investigate the cause of this ugly incident to checkmate any future occurrence.”

Speaker Tambuwal who said he received news of the crash with great shock and sadness, said the unfortunate incident came at a time Nigeria made giant strides in the area of aviation safety. In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media, Imam Imam, the Speaker encouraged Nigerians not to be deterred from using air travel on account of yesterday’s crash.

Ekweremadu described the incident as “shocking and emotionally devastating,” noting: “This is shocking beyond words, especially given the noticeable efforts at repositioning the nation’s aviation industry and when we thought we had put the air disasters of early 2000s behind us.”

Aviation Minister, Princess Stella Odua who was on her way to the scene yesterday said: “I am extremely saddened by the news of the crash and I assure the nation that investigations are underway.”

Her predecessor, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode on his part said: ”This is so sad. All that blood and life just wasted. We warned them about safety standards. Aviation is the sector I presided over. I know it inside out and now I am in pain. May the souls of those that died in that crash rest in peace.”

Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola said: “It is unfortunate that your expectations to welcome and embrace your loved ones after their journey could be cut short so abruptly and in such unexpected manner. There is no gainsaying the experience could be traumatic,” regretting that the incident would destabilize homes as well as cause disruption to the lives of the affected families.

Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has described the death of over 150 people in a plane crash at Iju, in Lagos as a great loss to the nation. In a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Peter Okhiria, the Governor said: “I received with great shock news of the plane crash at Iju, in Lagos, in which over 150 people lost their lives. I wish to convey the deepest condolence of the people and Government of Edo State as well as my personal commiseration to the families of the victims.”

Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara State described the crash as unfortunate and national disaster of monumental proportions. He advised aviation authorities to stop at nothing in finding out the caused of the Iju plane crash in order to avert future occurrence, prayed God to grant families of the victims of the two unfortunate incidents the fortitude to bear the loss.

Complete Manifest of Lagos Dana Air crash

Taiwo Lamidi, Awodogan Olusanmi, Obi Chinwe ,Shaibu Memuna, Maj. I D Mohammed, Nagidi Ibrahim, Attu Anthonia, Shaibu Sam, Ifeanyi Orakwe, Obinna Akubueze, Li Rui, Xie Zhengfen, Okoe Ese Oghene, Chukwuemeka Okere, Adekunmbi Adebiyi, Ibrahim Matunkari, Wasa Ruth, Wasa Awyetu, Ojukwu Alvana, Lawal Anakobe, Nabil Garba, Mohammed Falmata, Ibrahim Jangana,Okikiolu Olukayode, Komolafe Olugbenga, Dike Chinwe, Dike Chukwu Ezugo, Olusola Arokoyo, Adekola Ayoola, Akinola Olumodeji, Olukoya Banji , Saka Otaru, Adeleke Oluwadamila, Yusuf Ibrahin, Ikpoki Obiola, Aikhomu Ehime, Levy Ajuonuma, Mbong Eventus, Fatokun Olaoluwa, Oshunbade Aderoju, Fatokun Anjuola, Fatokun Ibukun, Buhari Maikudu, Amina Idris Bugaje, Ajani Adenike, Ike Abugu, Adijolola Abraham, Obot Emmanuel, Otegbeye Adiza, Ehioghae Sunny.

others are:

Onwuliri Celestine

Abikalio Otatoru

Norris Kim

Eyo Bassey

Ntuko Charles

Anibaba Tosin

Okocha Christopher

Shobowale femi

Phillip Chukwuebuka

Sparagano Lawrence

Shomolu Oluwakemi

Ariyibe Temitope

Mecha Eke

Ojugbana Amaka

Ojugbana Christopher

Hunna Walter

Coker Olumide

Lillian Last

Mutir Stephanus

Yusuf Alli

Lt. Chumba Ochigbo

Eribake Wale

Zhai Shutao

Wang Yu

D. Awani

O. Awani

N. Chidiac

Rejoel Dhose

Li Huizhu

Apochi Godwin

Kang Yi

Inusa Ahmed

Faysal Inusa

Mojekwu Adeobi

Ibrahim . D

Bamaiyi Adamu

Ifekawa Jones

Peter Nosike

Anthony Nwaokogbara

Mamudu Aliyu

Nnamdi John

Akwa Eze Elizabeth

Dorothy Adeduni

Echiedu Ibe

Maria Okuleri

Jennifer Ibe

Oloko Tunji

Sarah Mshelia

Ahmed Mbana

Okonji Patrick

Oyosore Rajulie

Oyosore Ugabio

Kaikai Farida

David Kolawole Fortune

David Kolawole Eyinlojuoluwa

Kaltun Abubakar

Dukawa Mammud

Pathience Sunday Udo

Asuquo Ini Obong

Onomelease Aimanehi

Onyeagosha Chidinma

Onyeagocha Ogechi

Ike Okoye

Amiaka Rapheal

Ijeoma Onyijuke

Garba Abdu

Abdu Aisha

Benson Oluwayomi

Anthoni Okaro

Onyeka Anyiene

Humra Lawal

Manuma. Ayune

Berki Sumyindadi

Ebuka Enuma

Oluchi Onyia

Sunday O

George Moses

Ogechi Njoku

Nsa Anyere

Kasmisgona Anyene

Stanford Obrutse

Kayinetochi Anyene

Okeke Hope

Kaimarachi Anyene

Rev. Ayodeji Cole

Ngozi

Noah Anyen

Ailendi Ehi

Oluwasegun Funmi Abiodun

Shehu Saad Usman

Aladi Martins

Auta Jennifer

Auta Josephine

Ike Achonogor

Joy Alison

John Ahmadu

Agu Rogers

Tatokin Anjola

Tatokin Idr

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