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Grief-stricken Ndako weds six days after loss of nine family members in Dana plane crash


Ndako Mijindadi yesterday went ahead with his marriage despite the fact that his sister and members of his family died in last Sunday’s Dana Air crash while heading for Lagos to attend the wedding.

Ndako, brother to Maimuna Anyene, who died with her four kids, husband, mother and other relatives got married, despite the ac-cident that claimed his sister last Sunday. The odd develop-ment is even stranger as the family which died had come to Nigeria to attend that wedding. Nine members of the family died in the Dana Air crash.
Ndako went ahead with his wedding to Halima at The Incubator, on Victoria Island, Lagos barely a week after their death.
The invitation message to the wedding read: “Please join us on Saturday, 9th June as we hold prayers for our family members who have been called back to God. The prayers would hold at the Incubator (near Four Points) Victoria Island, Lagos at 9am. The Fatiha for Halima and Ndako would hold by 11am at Number 10, Mayaki Usman Street, off Wole Ariyo Street, Lekki Phase 1 (re-freshments would be at the Incubator afterwards). May God reward you for your love and support. Thank you”.
Daughter of Professor Ndanusa Mijindadi of Ah-madu Bello University, Maimuna, attended primary school in Zaria and com-pleted secondary education at Queens College, Lagos. She proceeded to the University of Ibadan (UI) where she studied Economics, gradu-ating in 2001 with a second-class (upper) degree.
Despite being a Muslim, she married a Christian, Onyeka Anyene, a lawyer who has offices in Abuja and Lagos. The Anyenes had four children: Kamsi (two years old), twins Kayna and Kayne (one-year-old), and Kamal, also known as Noah (seven-month-old), who all died in the crash.
A source disclosed that they had travelled to Nigeria to visit with her husband, who lived mostly in Nigeria. “She also came to attend the wedding of her younger brother, Ndako, scheduled to take place in about a week’s time – on June 9,” (yesterday)
In a related development, the governor of Central Bank, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi whose organization lost eight senior members of staff including his Canadian special adviser was busy attending his coronation as high chief of Kano in a carnival-like event. Other prominent leaders at the event include Senator Bola Tinubu, General Buhari, Ogun and Ekiti state governors
Report by Mirror

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  1. Life must go on my deat that`s why every one should live in the fear of God cuz we might be called at any time. may their souls rest in perfect peace.

  2. Life must go on my dear, that`s why everyone should live in the fear of God cuz we might be called at anytime. May their souls rest in perfect peace.

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