by Stanley Azuakola
Questions are now being asked and fingers pointed. A YNaija editorial proposed that we “find those who are to blame, and we must punish them. We must stay on this issue and ensure it does not grow stale. We must reject placidity and choose no more to be content with merely existing.”
In the mean time, there are people – men, women, children – whose homes and livelihoods were snatched before their eyes when that plane crashed at Iju-Ishaga. Their lives were spared – thank God – but now they’ve been rendered destitute.
Some Nigerians are organizing themselves, providing help, and relief materials for these needy ones in our midst, determined to bring a little ray of hope and good news in a trying time.
You can support and join this aid vanguard. Start by clicking on the link below, where you’ll find the phone numbers and the closest drop-off point for items you might wish to contribute:
For effective tracking and record keeping, you would be required to fill 2 drop-off forms, one of which you would keep as a personal copy.