You left me, our 2 sons just like that; thank you, wife of late Flight Sgt Olawunmi laments
As victims of NAF jet crash are buried *NAF still in palpable shock over loss of gallant officers —CAS *Says their death’ll spur military to expose, fight agents of destabilisation, extremism By Kingsley Omonobi Mrs Omolola Olawunmi, mother of two boys and spouse of late Flight Sergeant Olasunkanmi Olawunmi, the electronics and radar maintenance expert attached to the ill-fated Beechcraft King Air 350i, described her deceased husband as a teacher, very loving and very caring. On his demise, Omolola said: “It is so painful that I have missed a loving husband.
He is a loving and caring husband. He is a nice man, very quiet, and intelligent. He is a brilliant man.” Noting that the last discussion she had with him was on that Sunday morning, she said: “We spoke on phone. He said to me, okay, before saying he was going to Minna on that day. I will never forget him. Earlier at the graveside, Mrs Omolola Olawunmi was seen weeping uncontrollably and shouting Olasunkanmi’s name: “Sunkanmi, so you left me and these our boys alone just like that. Well done, Thank you. But I promise you I will take care of them with the support of God. Thank you.”
Sgt. Olasunkanmi Olawunmi was one of the seven personnel of the Nigerian Air Force who died in a plane crash in Abuja last Sunday and was laid to rest, yesterday. The other late officers include Flight Lt Haruna Gadzama; Flight Lt. Henry Piyo; Flying Officer Michael Okpara; Warrant Officer Basset Etim; SGT Ugochukwu Oluka and Aircraftman Adewale Johnson. The personnel were on a surveillance mission to Niger State, over
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.