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Just 24 hours after a Nigerian cargo plane crashed in Ghana, a plane belonging to Dana Airlines crashed at the Iju/Ishaga area of Lagos yesterday evening. 

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The plane was carrying 152 passengers from Abuja to Lagos. Eye witnesses say human beings are burning at the scene of the crash.

NigerianEye gathered that the plane crashed into a two-story building in the Iju-ishaga area of  Lagos.

Femi Oke-Osanyinpolu, Lagos state emergency state manager, said Sunday that casualty numbers are unknown.





LATEST UPDATES:
  • At 12am on Monday morning, rescue efforts still continued at the crash site in darkness in the absence of electricity
  • Minister of Information, Labaran Makun said the Federal Government has ordered a full-scale investigation into the Dana Air Crash that claimed the lives of over 150 people

  • Former NTA Sunday show host and Group General Manager,Corporate Affairs of Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, Levi Ajuonuma was among the passengers involved in the Dana airline crash as Confirmed by the NNPC.

  • The Dana plane is said to have collapsed on Four buildings including a church.

  • Minister of Aviation, Princess Stella Oduah is currently at the site of the crash and she has told reporters that full investigation is going on

  • Dana Airlines Flight: 0992 declared emergency at 11 nautical miles to Lima Alfa gulf before eventually crashing

  • Residents said thety saw the Plane coming Low with full speed, making a loud noise as it slammed into the residential area
  • 10 bodies have been recovered from the 2-storey building with 4 others unconscious...

  • Relatives of the Ill-fated Dana Air flight besiege Abuja Airport

  • Ehime Aikhomu, son of former Chief of General Staff, Admiral Augustus Aikhomu confirmed to be on the ill-fated Dana Air flight

  • Nigerian Musician Iyanya Mbuk revealed on his twitter page that he missed the flight
Update: A Dana Air representative has confirmed to NigerianEye that the plane carrying 153 passengers which crashed at the Iju area of Lagos State, indeed belonged to the airline.


Update:  Update: the DG of NCAA, Harold Demurin has sadly confirmed that none of the passengers on board the crashed Dana Airplane Survived

Update: Situation report at Muritala Mohammed Airport, where family and friends gather together waiting for the Passengers of the Dana Flight, they are wailing uncontrollably.

The affected building at Popoola street, off Toye Junction, Iju Lagos.
Crash Site in Iju, Lagos

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    1. U fucking asshole.U fucking,fucking asshole.I pray u die a death more miserable than dat of a dog.SOB.God.You fucking asshole.Worthless pig.You must be vry sadistic to think this tragedy is awesome.May a terrible misfortune visit you.

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    2. Amen and Amen. He is the devil himself. May u be visited with more horrible death.

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    3. Amen and Amen. He is the devil himself. May u be visited with more horrible death.

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    4. That first commenter is a minion of the antichrist

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    5. May satan himself visit u tonight commenter 1

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    6. Plese we all shuld always pray against disaster in nigeria. May there soul RIP in jesus name Amen

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  2. commenter above, are you mad?

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  3. very hard ;(

    i feel for the families of the fatalities

    best wishes for theire future

    A reader from Germany

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  4. dt 1st commenter is insane. He/she is heartless nd needs help. Hw cn say its awesome, people are dead dnt u feel bad?

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  5. No words today - only my prayers.

    From the USA!

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  6. What a shame...
    May souls RIP and families have the fortitude to bear so great a loss...

    Reader from Finland

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    I suspect "Anonymous 5:27" above meant to say "Awful"...

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    1. No.D sadistic SOB meant to say awesome.Dnt u see d winking smiley?

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  7. No tragedy is ever "awesome."
    You must be a sad soul.

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  8. A very sad day indeed. My prayers are with all of you! Rest in Peace

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  9. hahaahahahahaa is this where obama is from? hahahahahaha

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    1. What r u?Hahahaha?Seriously?Some pple r just void of any human emotions.U r pathetic n sadistic.I really pity u.I really,really pity u.Whn u die,i knw pple ll thank God dat one scum hs bn taken off d face of d earth.

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  10. [You fucking asshole.Worthless pig.You must be vry sadistic to think this tragedy is awesome.May a terrible misfortune visit you].
    yes i am thank you. i have a collection of dismemberment pic ya want to see

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  11. OMG!!! Wat a terrible loss!!! God save Nigerians!!!

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  12. our hopes and prayers are with you all
    From the USA

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  13. It's sad to note that many families are mourning right now. May the Lord comfort the family of the people lost in the plane crash

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  14. O God of the nations and the World,
    Please be merciful unto Nigeria and forgive our sins,save us from evil hands and restore hope to our Country,We pray thee.
    PEOA
    Cyprus

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  15. our thoughts and prayers are with the families on this tragic day. From the USA.....

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  16. Terrible...so sad to see the poor little child bleeding on the ground. Prayers from the USA

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  17. RIP to all... Prayers being sent. From NY

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  18. Te first commenter is a dumb person who thinks he or she gets attention by posting such crap. I wouldn't concentrate a minute longer on such idiotic remarks. The rest of us feel compassion and grief.

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  19. Terrible !!!!!! So So sad. I am deeply sadened. Our prayers are for the people and their families. From Turkey.

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  20. Sorry for the losses of those families. God be with their families.

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  21. O God of the nations and the World,
    Please be merciful unto Nigeria and forgive our sins,save us from evil hands and restore hope to our Country,We pray thee.
    PEOA
    Cyprus

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  22. So sad!! I pray for the families. May God be with them at this horrible time.

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  23. I dont even have a word to say. my heart bleeds. But for that idiot with the first comment, he shall die like a fowl

    Iyke HPEB

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  24. Prays go out to all lost and loved ones...

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  25. O God of the nations and the World,
    Please be merciful unto Nigeria and forgive our sins,save us from evil hands and restore hope to our Country,We pray thee.
    PEOA
    Cyprus

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  26. guys English is the problem, he probably meant "aweful"

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  27. So sorry for this tragedy. All our prayers for you. The USA

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  28. prayers and condolences are sent to those in this misfortune event...

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  29. There's a lot of evil and sick people in this world. How can this be awesome? This world is going down the drain because of people like you.

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  30. MOHAMD IS THE DEVIL

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  31. Pray for the families. Pray that God will love them and keep them.

    Ohio USA

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  32. First commenter, you must have an ID-10-T error
    IDIOT!!!!!!!

    From USA

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  33. May there souls rest in peace.

    From Ogbe Ahiazu Mbaise Imo State

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  34. So very sad. May God comfort the families of those who lost their life, as well as those who witnessed this horrible crash. Our thoughts and prayers are with each and every one of you.

    From the United States of America

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  35. May the gentle soul of victims rest in Peace. We pray the Almighty will grant the relatives of victim’s fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. K.Gaggar

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  36. oh my god........................it brutal

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  37. My sincerest condolences, how very unfortunate. So sad, so very sad. =(

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  38. May God keep and comfort you all. RIP

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  39. unfortunate!!! what a bad ugly day!!! first boko haram with more than 10 death , now 153 lives gone just like that. its really awful!!! May God save us and see us through ALL THIS. from UK

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  40. If my heart feels this heavy and almost dead, how will their families be feeling just now, june 3rd just after a happy new month wishes. GOD PLS HAVE MERCY.

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  41. A moment of silence for this tragedy... May their souls rest in peace

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  42. Enternal rest grant onto them o lord.

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  43. may the families who died rest in peace. And may God forgive the person who said this tragedy was awsome.I pray that your ignorance is no longer..

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  44. What is it with all the hypocrits commenting here? I think it's awesome too! and all of you S.O.B.s do too... c'mmon, deep down you know that any tragedy just grabs your attention and you can't stop looking at it... just like when you slow down to look at highway wrecks. I just wish they posted pics of the charred bodies!

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    1. Your name says it all.U r indeed depraved.It is awesome yeah.Really awesome.Here is what i wish for u:That u ll lose everyone u love in one day.Dat ll be great.I'm sure u ll derive great pleasure frm dat.
      U r one sadistic soul.

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  45. :( :( :( :( :( Sad. so SAD!

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  46. It's interesting that the building is still standing. A two-story building hit by a passenger jet stands but the twin towers fall....

    How interesting.

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  47. May their souls rest in peace

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  48. May the Lord bless their souls and keep their families close....sending prayers from the USA

    *Please do not give the attention seekers any more attention. It would be disgraceful to take any focus away from the many people who lost their lives in this tragedy. They are the focus.

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  49. They fly very old airplanes ... . No one survive on an Md-80 crash due the airplane structure is so narrow and the engines are on the back so the fire comes to you after crashing .
    This aircrafts are no longer made ,are old and the brand name maker doesnt make more airplanes for commercial aviation and there is reason for that.

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  50. This is very sad...may their families find solace...I feel so sad...

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  51. I sympathise with the families involved.

    From Srilanka

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  52. Two aircraft accidents in the last two days....what a tragic weekend for Nigeria. May God bless each of you and provide you peace during this terrible time. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
    Terry - USA

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  53. Very sad news...may god bless all of the families affected by this tragedy

    From San Diego Ca.

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  54. We are all from god and to him we shall return. All of us!!

    may the hearts of the families feel tranquility and may they be guided to the truth?

    From the Caribbean

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  55. My prayers and condolences to the families.

    United States of America

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  56. My heart goes out to the people who lost their life in this horrible event and also to the famlies of the victims.
    From the USA

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  57. Corruption led to this tragedy. The Nigerian government does a poor job to ensure air safety....as is the case with most of sub-Sahara Africa. If you are flying to the continent, suggest flying on Western or Asian air carriers. Two crashes in one day is no coincidence.

    This weekend's dead should not die in vain. The world should cry out for safe air service throughout Africa. Again, the Nigerian government is corrupt.

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  58. MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES GO TO THE FAMILIES OF THESE POOR SOULS MAY YOU ALL RIP, AND AS FOR THE FIRST POSTER YOU ARE A CRUEL AND HURTFUL PERSON WHO NEEDS TO LEARN A LESSON I HOPE YOU HAVE SOMEONE WATCHING YOUR BACK AT ALL TIMES, BANG

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  59. God accept their Gentle Souls

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  60. Our hearts and our prayers go out to the families of lost loved ones. From the United States.

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  61. My heart goes out to the victims and their famlies.
    From USA.

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  62. Hey Anonymous @ 5:27, u know what is awesome? Ur mom on her hands and knees taking my cock in her ass and screaming while my dog does the same to ur dad!

    Same goes to Depravado @ 6:19. I will finish this comment right after I finish in ur sister's mouth!

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  63. May God Save us from all this evil ooo

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  64. I am so sorry for your loss - our prayers are with you!

    To those that enjoy the pictures - pictures are not for enjoyment - they are so that people not there can see the magnitude of what someone else is going through. I agree with the others, you are a sick individual.

    From USA

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  65. Many years ago the word awesome referred to a terrible catastrophe, such as a hurricane or tornado or even the devastating destruction caused by an earth quake. Today it seems to mean the opposite.

    I must assume the first comment by Anonymous was referring to the words original definition.

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  66. the first commenter is maybe from boko haram? and its maybe boko haram behind this?
    its so sad anyway, first the church killing today and now this. I pray for you in nigeria

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  67. God bless the Family's and be with them and help them through this time, May all lost in this rest in peace. You will be in the Prayers of many.
    USA.Texas

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  68. ALMIGHTY GOD RECEIVE THEIR SOULS & COMFORT THEIR FAMILIES, AMEN!

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  69. FREAKIN SWEET!!!

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  70. To that 1 person who thought this was "awesome" to you, death should come slowly, but VERY painful.
    May God truly help our African nations specially Nigeria......AMEN!

    From Indianapolis, IN
    USA

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  71. i think 5:27 said it all in just one word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  72. Those commenting on how happy they are about the crash just think if it was one your relatives how would you feel?...or maybe you never had the love of a mother...probably you were abused as a child and that's why all the anger is coming out. Feel sorry for you both!!

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  73. the fisrt commenter is crazy.the next accident shall be u,be it any type of accident.may the soul of those who lost their lifes rest in peace

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  74. Very very sad :( this is a horrible tragedy...may god bless all of the families...my thoughts n prayers go out to all

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  75. May God Help Us Africans, Nigeria please learn 4rm dis and stop all de suicide bombings in churches also may all the lost souls R.I.P we always say God knows best we may all go one day but as at when and how we don't know let's love each other for we are all travelers on dis earth Prince Henry 4rm GHANA

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  76. i still think that the first one at 5:27 pm was the perfect word to cover it all.

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  77. All these negative comments are awesome - oh, I mean awful! People, get a grip. There is so much hate - all these lives lost - that's what this is about, not a play on words. San Diego, CA. My condolences to the families. Remember 9-1-1. We don't need more hate! These people were innocent...

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  78. may their soul rest in peace.and for the first commenter the next accident shall be u be it any type of accident. ademola profrich from ojodu

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  79. *Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord,and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls rest in peace.

    As for the poster that seemed to enjoy the tragic news - may God save your soul.

    Terri - Florida - USA

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  80. May there soul rest in peace, for u who did not no d meaning of awesome,better learn English & stop making fool of ur self,but if d word is spoken wit intention to make fun of bereaved families,u will surely die too.

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  81. I hope there were no empty seats on the plane.

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  82. Anonymous @ 6:32 PM At least I am not a rapist of mothers and sisters or a zoophiliac and I put a name down not like an "Anonymous" chicken s#!t bastard... by the way, my sister is your mother my dear nephew! You incestuous prick!

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  83. Depravdo is evn more pathetic than the first commentator.I knw u r just seeking for attention bt be careful of d curses pple r raining on u.May their souls rest in peace.

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  84. May god bless and keep the victims of the past couple of days. I hope the families find peace in GOD, regardless of what you call him/her. To those of you who have said hurtful and hateful thing, may GOD have mercy on your wretched souls, because I do not.

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  85. Try to ignore the idiots and just pray for the people who have lost family in this terrible tragedy. Nigerians have gone through so much already. My prayers are with you.

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  86. Prayers and thoughts to the families.

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  87. what a painful story! May God help us in this country TOFUNMI TALABI TIMOTHY

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  88. I PREY OUR LOVING AND GLORIOUS GOD WILL SHOW MERCY ON THE SOULS THAT WERE LOST IN THE 2 PLANE CRASHES TODAY. I PREY FOR THE LOVED ONES LEFT BEHIND TO ENDURE THE PAIN OF THEIR LOSS BUT MOSTLY , I PREY FOR GOD TO BE JUST WHEN THE EVIL OF THIS EARTH MUST STAND BEFOR HIM AS THEY ATONE FOR THEIS SINS.

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  89. My family and I are sitting in mouring and most importantly in prayer as we have lost family members today, I appreciate the thoughts and prayers noetd above. And I ask that no one regardless of their comment be insulted. When people have not experienced loss, they may not be able to comprehend other people's feelings. Educate them but please do not further darken the memory of my loved ones by insulting people. I pray that God enlightens us all and makes us human through compassion.

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  90. May there gentle soul rest in peace,for those who did not have sympathy for lost of life,u will die too some day.

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  91. Likewise, we shut our mouth! To them and to us, destruction comes! Never say, "I am no better than you or I am better than you". Only God know all. Silence! Selah. We know not what a day my bring us!

    Ex: Obadiah 1:12  But thou shouldest not have looked on the day of thy brother in the day that he became a stranger; neither shouldest thou have rejoiced over the children of Judah in the day of their destruction; neither shouldest thou have spoken proudly in the day of distress.

    Humility! Oh my God, you, you alone have numbered our days. Only in Christ Jesus we rise!

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  92. Thoughts and prayers to the families and my heart breaks for those who were lost and those who will mourn. God Bless you all...

    Lord keep these families and those who were lost embraced with your almighty love and grace.

    kansas, USA

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  93. No matter what county people come from, it's a tragedy when people lose their lives in such a horrible accident.. God be with all these people and wrap your loving arms around each person..bless their famlies and give them peace and strength. In the loving name of Jesus, Amen.. May they all rest in peace

    USA

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  94. Very sad to see this. What a horrible tragedy. My condolences to all the families in mourning for their loved ones.

    from Texas

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  95. MAY GOD BE WITH YOU ALL!

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  96. BOKO HARAM CORDINATED ATTACKS...2 BOMB BLASTS IN BAUCHI...I PLANE BLOWN INTO PIECES...THATS WHY ONE OF THEM SAID IN THE FIRST POST "AWESOME"...

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  97. God be with the grieving families of the lives lost in this tragic event. Help console and give comfort to them, give the realization that those lost are now living in your house and will forever be in their hearts. God, I also ask for you to grace your presence on the unkind souls of the people on here with such horrible comments. "Vengeance is mine says the Lord". You all are in my prayers. CB-TN in USA

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  98. Such terrible news, so so sad! I feel for these poor people and what they are enduring. Peace be with you during this time of much distress.

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  99. so sad to hear that tragedy god bless those families

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  100. I pray there is at least one survivor any way may there souls rest in peace

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  101. Praying for Souls to Be Saved. RIP

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  102. This is so painful, I felt tears in my eyes for seeing this,......they all deserve to live..we need to show love to one another nd pray for each other....I pray for these lost today, may their gentle soul rest in perfect peace.....amen.

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  103. my respect goes out to those in this tragic news.
    please report the website associated with the commenter "Depravado"
    it is a link to .thedirty.com (don't click on it and satisfy him)
    you can file an internet complaint at:
    https://complaint.ic3.gov/default.aspx
    it's a government site.

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  104. god be with them from jamaica

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  105. This is to all you peoples that have moved to this country "THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and to all of you that want to and are going to and want us to respect and live by YOUR religion as you hate us, why don't you get the h*** out of here and let us live as we want to without the worry of being assinated by you in one of your long drawn out idiotic plots trying to kill us and taking our country. GET THE HELL OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  106. Condolences to the families.

    From Ghana

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  107. Well no more scams from that group :-}

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  108. I feel very bad for those affected by this tragedy. God Bless. Craig from the USA.

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  109. Please don't feed into 527's comment. They or the one person doing this is trying to get you up-roared. If you ignore them, they would stop and go to the next place to get them upset. Really not worth your time or the stress.


    Saying prayers for the family and friends of all that were taken in this tragedy. May it comfort you that they are now in heaven with our Father, peacefully out of pain forever.

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  110. Thursday- tankers inferno/blast.
    Saturday- 24 vehicles blast
    Less than 24hrs- a nigerian plane crashes in Ghana
    Sunday morning-church bomb blast
    Sunday afternoon-dana plane crash
    may their souls RIP.
    Nigeria, what have done against God and nature!

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  111. prayers to the family that lost love ones.

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  112. "awesome" "freakin sweet" ? Don't allow this disease to infect you as well through your anger! May God Bless all those affected, including the lost souls who strayed the wrong path in life knowing only ignorance ! Peace be with you Nigerians from the US of A !!

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  113. our sincere condolence to all suffering families with love regards and greif in hearts from INDIA............

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  114. my heartfelt goes out to lost souls. You only lose your flesh here on earth am sure real you is at the bossom of our Lord Jesus christ. May ur soul rest in perfect peace. Adesegun samson.

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  115. bless the families of this tragic accident..




    From USA, FL

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  116. RIP and may God take the families in His loving arms and give them peace and comfort..

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  117. its so sad that the average nigerians have to pay for the stupidity and negligence of the government. to that felow who laughed and said 'isnt that where obama is from' well you are full of ignorance. america is full of smart people but the stupid americans are the stupidest kind of people. btw he is from kenya not nigeria. may there beautiful souls rest in peace.

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  118. To 718, God made this world for all of us, no one person or persons own one piece of this world. I am sorry you are so upset and have such a hate for a nation. Their are good and bad everywhere, please don't join the ones that hate other people just because they live in the US, it is not fair to me and millions of people that are feeling the pain of your nation and are praying for them. Their may be many different religions out there but their is only one God, OUR FATHER, please try and remember that we are all his children and related. Though we don't know everyone in this world, we still grieve with you.

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  119. R.I.P TO ALL WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THIS TRAGIC ACCIDENT, AND MAY GOD COMFORT THE FAMILIES WHO ARE LEFT TO MOURNE...

    From, Abby Virginia-USA

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  120. That's why the Govt should never be in complete charge but should oversee businesses for the people.
    There will only be a couple of token govt people held accountable but the victims and their families will be forgotten.

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  121. Anonymous...

    For all of the comments that are negative, may God bless you in ways that will help you to see the trueth. I feel for the families that are going threw the loss of a loved one and pray that those around you will be able to comfort you all in your loss. We all go threw trial and God does not give us more than we can handle.

    Somewere in the United States of America

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  122. Nigeria airways are bad they received the emergency why cant they help them

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  123. Not all Americans are that ignorant, but I sure have seen a substancial rise in it lately. My heart goes out to Nigera and the losses they have suffered. People are people, we are all the same, all brothers and sisters. I send huge hugs and blessings to those who have to get through this. Those souls who have left us, may they ride the wings of Angels all the way to GODS Kingdom.
    PEACE

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  124. I worked for this company as a pilot in 2010.
    The maintenance was poor ,thats why I left.
    some of my friends still fly for them. This a horrible tragedy

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  125. Prayers and thoughts to the families and people of Nigeria. God be with each nd every one of you. Love from West Virginia

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  126. Our prayers be with you from The USA

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  127. I have to say, some places dont need planes...really..stick to the ground travel..looks like you gonna hit it soon enough anyway.

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  128. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of GOD, rest in peace (AMEN)

    Best wishes from Chicago, IL

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  129. Mr Jacky Hathiramani, this is from all the people you bought from India to work for you and looted them of their hard earned money. May you rot in hell. The pay back is divine bolt from the blue. Suffer you ass!!!

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  130. May God save the souls lost in this accident. May they rest in the peace of the Lord. To their families, friends, well wishers and Nigeria, may He grant the fortitude to bear this immense loss.

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  131. Oh! Only God know the secret behind this. May the person who did this never leave in sin anymore. May God grant him or them heart of repentanc. Also those whose people are involve, may God grant you a strong heart to bear the lost and gratitude of your lost ones. Please, Nigeria aviation do something about the old aircraft to prevent this in futur , please. Enough is enough.

    Innocent, from Ghaziabad City, India.

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  132. This is really sad and depressing. I'm just scared at what the manifest will reveal. I have just found that Levi Ajuonuma and a couple other people i know were on that plane and I shudder to think that they are really dead. Lord have mercy on us all and grant all bereaved families the fortitude to bear the losses.

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  133. to 750 THERE IS NO ONE GOD FOR ALL, EVERYONE HAS THERE OWN GOD AND IT SEEMS TO BE AIMED AT THERE OWN DIFFERENT BELIEFS. I, myself do not believe in the one god, but I don't try to step on what other people believe. I just don't like the people that come into our country and hate us and go against us. i have been to other countries and deep down they do hate us.

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  134. This is so terrible. I pray that the people who were killed in this terrible tragedy are resting in the arms of our almighty God right now. My true condolances to out to the loved ones they have left behind. I pray for peace and grace for the people of Nigeria as they deal with this tragedy. God bless....
    A reader from Arizona, United States

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  135. its a sad year for Nigeria...all i can say is..may God have mercy..and grant their soul eternal rest..AMEN

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  136. WHY DO THE HEATHENS RAGE AND THE PEOPLE IMAGINE A VAIN THING, THE KINGS OF WICKEDNESS TAKE COUNSEL AGAINST THE LORD'S CHILDREN AND EVIL MANIFEST IT'S CLAWS ON INNOCENT SPIRIT AND IGNORANT MISCREANT HIDE BEHIND ANONYMITY TO EXPUNGE THEIR DEPRAVED MINDS TO THE CHAGRIN OF CAREFUL AND PEACEFUL CREATIONS OF GOD. MAY ALL THE FAMILIES WHO HAVE SUFFERED THIS IRRETRIEVABLE LOSS FIND GRACE TO CARRY ON, FORTITUDE TO BEAR THE LOSS AND STRENGTH TO CONTINUE TO THEIR PLACE OF DESTINY. MAY ALL THE SOULS LOST REST IN ABSOLUTE PEACE. IT IS WITH A BLEEDING HEART, I SEND MY CONDOLENCES TO ALL. GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU ALL.

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  137. Very Sad.
    We need to pray form their souls and the country.

    Ganja (Ibadan).

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  138. what a sad sad day for us. May God help us in Nigeria. My prayers to the families of the victims.

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  139. BBQ Niggerian style

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  140. Where beez de Lousiana sauce, cuzz? Dem steaks be kickin

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  141. May the souls of the departed, rest in peace with the Lord.

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  142. As I see and read this my eye's are filled with tears and my Heart is broken, I as you Dear Great Lord to comfort the People who need comfort and Forgive the One's who need to be Forgiven. I Pray to you Lord to watch over the survivors and gime them some understanding for such a masive accident. I ask you Lord to touch and heal all from this saddened pain. As a man and as I see there truly are no word's to say, So I ask the Lord to supply all the words and the healing that is needed here. Lord Bless us All in the name of Jesus :(

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  143. A horrible tragedy! My heart is heavy.

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  144. I pray for those who were in the plan and for those on the ground, may God comfort them...and for those who have made sadistic comments and laughed at this situation I pray you find GOD.

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  145. I first want to say: my condolences and peace be with the world.
    Second: to all the negative commentors... your words show all the world what has gone wrong in todays times. Where is the compassion and love for your brothers and sisters? If you feel anything other than sorrow from this news you are sick and please seek help!!

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  146. It's very sad, it's an accident, there is no other words then 'May God accept the soul of deceased people'

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  147. My prayers go out to the hurting families and my many friends in Nigeria.
    Mitch

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  148. Above all give God thanks 4 nothing hapens uknowingly 2 him l

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  149. May they rest in peace.

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  150. so sowie davinci_rhymez on twitter

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  151. what a terrible, painful and sad events overtaking Nigeria and Africa as a whole intermittently?if sin is the cause may the Almighty God in His infinite mercy blot it out and let us find solace.May their families be consoled.

    from presidentktk- Ifako Ijaiye.

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  152. Good Lord, may God watch over the families of this disaster and pray for the man/woman who put this was "awesome". You too shall meet your maker and I doubt that he will have mercy on your soul.

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  153. Dana air CEO must feel very proud tonight to sleep along with the blood of all these innocent people, in order just to save few banknotes instead of spending for a proper airplane maintainance and quilified pilots. Yes man you did it!

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  154. This is a sad day for us all in Nigeria.. D 1st person who posted a comment is a sick bastard... And the person who compared d 2 story building with d twin towers, common! Evn a kindergarton can figure out why I collapsed and d other didn't... My prayers go out to the families who lost their loved ones. God be with you through this difficult time.

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  155. May God have mercy on the people of Nigeria in a time like this may He heal all the hearts that are crying now for there love one.

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  156. Its a pity i leave and belong to a constantly mourning country. May the soul of the lost RIP. and i ahve sat in front of my screen and watche how the aviation ministry has been pool of curruption and the total failure of all its regulatory bodies,and wish for total overhal of the ministry,from the minister to all its head of agencies,and recommend the grounding of the said airline and all not meeting air standard.This i must sau it a BLACK SUNDAY to the nation. I deeply suggest that our leaders awaken to all its responsibilities.

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  157. The ill-fated Dana plane had been under repair for several weeks and the airline's station manager protested its use but the Indian mgt insisted it should fly!>:O.
    The German stations are reporting that the plane which just crashed should never have taken off becos of its write off state and that its a wonder the plane even made it to lagos!>:O >:O keep forwarding the message until it gets to the Minister of Aviation

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  158. To 826. Your right, I have no right to step on any beliefs and I am sorry if you took it that way. I do not hate you or anyone else for that matter and the people that have put hated comments are few compared to the other 100s of comments. Please try to see the good in people, not all of us feel that way. The American people need to realize that color is only skin deep. There is hatred and bigotry in every race. In this day and age you would think this would be over with. I am very disappointed that people feel we are not all equal because we are.

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  159. Very very saaaad so sorry for the family it' s like a flash peace.

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  160. If it is true that the Station Manager advised against flying the plane that crashed, and the Indian Management insited that it should fly, I believe their license should be withdrawn immediately. I know our corrupted leaders will never withdraw their license. SHAME ON NIGERIA

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  161. guys even as we reflect on what have happen,let bear in mind, we cant change that it did happen how do we prevent the future reoccurance.that could be more or less than what we experience to day

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  162. Live in the big cities in the USA then you will understand why most white people in America enjoy the death of blacks. Did you know slavery is still alive in africa and managed by their own people.

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  163. please let face the fact,let the indian leave our country they out source staff care lot about money and not the people that work in such organisation.use you and you would get value for your warth

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  164. No more nigerian scams coming from them....

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  165. Had just woken from a nap I decided to take on returning from church due to a phone call that came in on my phone. Finding it hard to continue after the call, I decided to log on to facebook and the very first thing I saw was this sad news. I'm short of words.

    May the innocent souls of the casualties on/off board rest in perfect peace.

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  166. Eternal rest grant to them,Oh Lord! and let perpetual light shine upon them. AMEN!!!

    My country needs our prayers now more than ever.pls lets join in prayers for the tragedy in Nigeria.

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  167. My heart breaks for the families of the victims!! I lived in Lagos for several years and have experienced (many times over) the incredible generosity of the Nigerian citizens. While I no longer live there, there will always be a special place in my heart for Nigeria!! I pray that none of the victims suffered and that their families are able to find peace. Sending many prayers (as are many others here!!) from Houston, TX!!

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  168. U're such a dumb bootlicker commentor 1 and as for the rest of you low life BASTARDS riding along with him should go fuck yo momma behind.

    May their soul rest in perfect peace

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  169. Debbie from Irving, TXJune 3, 2012 at 11:22 PM

    May God have mercy on the people of Nigeria in a time like this, may He heal all the hearts that are crying now for there love ones and god bless those who lost their lives in such a tragedy including my deceased husband who was from Nigeria. R.I.P!!!!

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  170. You are right about Nigerian scams. I manage a/store business with thousands of outlets in america. This business has been hit hard over the year's. 7-Eleven Inc. Nigeria has computers/phones but no compassion for their own people. This is a country that has no laws by the people for the people. Thousdands die every day from Aids,starvation and curroption.

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  171. Blessings to all involved... may God's peace be upon all of the families. As for the first commmenter, do NOT respond to him! He is just a troll trying to get a response! Ignore him and don't allow your negativity to poison the goodwill, hope and prayers for those involved in the crash. He's just in need of attention and the more that respond, the more he's satisfied. Just stay positive with your comments for the dead and their families.
    From Chicago, Il., USA.

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  172. Amen to the last comment. So good to see gracious people over-riding those who are not in these things. Blessings to all you who share kind condolences here.

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  173. The majority of people in the USA are deeply saddened by this tragic loss of life and our prayers go up for the families of the victims.

    It is disappointing to see so many offensive and disturbing comments on this post..! Many in our world have lost regard for the Sanctity of Life. Such a sad state this world is in with so many sick minds.

    As for me.. a white middle aged woman in little town USA.. I pray for the souls of those that lost their lives today. Let us ask God (whomever you believe him to be)to shine His white healing light, love and compassion to the families of all involved.

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  174. The pix with the dead little girl and an injured woman is from a bomb attack on a church early this morning in Bauchi, where are we heading to??? My friend was on this same plane yesterday what if it happened then( God Forbid) how would i be today, even with this news im the most depressed man in the whole world....(Sigh)

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  175. since i did not know these primates i don't care if the are now in hell.burn you devils.

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  176. To those who feed off of the individuals who think this misfortune for others is 'Awesome. They lack an obvious sense of 'Character and doesn't deserve your reaction.

    Simply ignore them. ...'Time has its way of balancing all things out in life to us all for better/worse.

    Better them to lack this quality of 'Character than you. The "Anonymous" from them speaks volume in this. Imagine that.


    myaidsjourney.blogspot.com to know more of me.

    Imagine that~.

    Aloha from Hawaii.

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  177. This is a wake up call for us all. We all may be saying that the should rest in peace, but what if the are not in right standing with God, which peace are they going to rest in.
    You may meet your own death in your sleep tonight, But canyou beat your chest to say that you are in right standing with your maker? Give your life to Jesus Christ today because not even your wealth can save you from death when it comes to your door step not to talk of Hell. Only Jesus can save you and your soul.
    He loves you !!!

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  178. I love all the righteously indignant folks wishing the most vile of things upon the ones
    who's comments they find offense with. No hypocrisy there. Bottom line? Shiit happens.

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  179. I wonder if any of you know what you are speaking about? Commentor 1 at the end of the day you are a human being just as vulnerable to death as any of us and trust me you will die as it is apart of life. When you talk about 153 ppl dead bear in mind you are speaking about babies as well. What are you all doing really? with all the violence going on in the world you are making awful remarks about hundreds of people who died in a tragic plane crash. There is nothing awesome about it and if you were there and saw the carnage first hand you would not think its so great. Babies dead on the ground who do any of you think you are? It takes a real sociopath to exercise no empathy and to do it with the precision and accuracy which you show in your comments. Nigerians have done nothing to anyone but try to make ends meet as they are sometimes led in the wrong direction due to desparation. I have known many NIGERIANS and most of them are doctors and extremely successful people. Maybe you should picture walking up to a scene like this only to see your mother laying on the floor dismembered. Stop the nonsense and go read a book you are ignorant and sick I am a psychologist and that is my professional opinion. Leave these people in this forum to mourn their loss what you are doing is no different from what the scam artists you complain about does. To those who have lost family members please accept my deepest condolence and please reach out to a mental health professionals in your area. God Bless mother Africa the craddle of civilization.

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  180. My heart felt wishes of speedy recovery go out to the injured in the buildings and surrounding area. My prays to the unfortunate souls lost in this tragedy.My you find peace and May your loved ones soon be able to live there lives again love and happiness.

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  181. Seriously... There are people making jokes about this? When did people really become this sick?

    I pray for those who have lost loved ones that God may comfort them.

    USA

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  182. OMG!!!
    so sad, so many accidents in the last time.
    My condoleances to the families. Let's pray about these families, the only we can do for them.

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  183. Much LOVE to our lost brothers and sisters in Nigeria. May we all bow our heads for them in silence and remember their families and loved ones.<<< Rest in Peace >>>

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  184. Cool! 153 souls now rest with the Lord Jesus just like they wished and he commanded, so, no reason to be sad people! Geeeeez! what's the big freaking deal...

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  185. Peace and comfort for the the people that died in this plane crash and prays for the love ones left behind, a very sad day.. God be with you..

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