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Ethiopian Airlines Crash: Kenyan Man Who Lost 5 Relatives Refuses To Bury Soil From Scene

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– Paul Njoroge lost his wife, daughter, and three two grandchildren in the ill-fated Ethiopian plane

A Kenyan man who lost five family members in the ill-fated Ethiopian plane has ruled out burying soil scooped from the scene of the accident and will instead hold a requiem mass for his lost kin. Paul Njoroge lost his wife, daughter, and three grandchildren who were all aboard the Boeng 737 Max-8 jet that crashed on Sunday, Mach 10, killing all the 149 passengers and eight crew members.

During a prayer service held in Bahati constituency, Nakuru county, on Wednesday, March 20, Njoroge, a Seventh Day Adventist, said he had accepted the painful loss and would only hold a requiem mass for his lost family members as he awaits DNA results. “The six months the government has requested so that it can receive results of the DNA analysis on the 5,000 pieces of human bodies collected from the scene is too long, and so we will just hold a prayer mass and wait for DNA results,” he said. Screenshot_1-3 Ethiopian Airlines Crash: Kenyan Man Who Lost 5 Relatives Refuses To Bury Soil From Scene

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