Ethiopia plane crash: 30-year-old PhD student among the dead
Phone callIn another post she said: “Life is for the living; invest in people, in friendships and in relationships.” Her mother and younger brother were to receive her on Sunday at the airport before they could proceed to their rural home in Mosisita village in Bonchari, Kisii County. The home remained quiet with a few relatives having been left behind as the family travelled to Nairobi. Mr Birundu said he got the information on the plane crash from his son who was at the airport. “They called me at around 11.30am saying the plane they were expecting to land from Ethiopia had crashed.” Before her departure from Ethiopia early on Sunday morning, Ann had a short phone conversation with her father. She told her father that she would be landing in Nairobi shortly before 11am, but the father insisted that she takes breakfast before boarding the next plane. “I spoke to her and was delighted that finally my daughter will be visiting home after being away for close to six months. Our conversation was short and she promised to call immediately she landed in Nairobi.”
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