Bimbo Odukoya’s hair stylist falls apart
Late Pastor Bimbo Odukoya
Hair stylist to the late Pastor Bimbo Odukoya, Mr Bobby Eke of Bobbys Signatures Salon is still in shock over news of Pastor Bimbo’s death in the Sosoliso plane crash last Saturday.
Speaking in an emotion laden voice in his Allen Avenue office, Eke, popularly called (Bobby) told Daily Sun he has not yet recovered from the shock.
Clad in a black top and black trousers his eyes welled with tears as he politely told this reporter to come back for an interview after the burial of Pastor Bimbo.
"She was so close to me. I’m very close to her and her husband, Pastor Taiwo. I cannot say anything about her for now. I’ve still not recovered from the shock, ask my members of staff. Today is my first day at work. I’m still mourning her, I have my own way of mourning her.
"I have been close to her for the past seven years and she was the one that led me to Christ. Please, please, you have to come back again, I’m not composed to talk now, after her burial, we can talk, he said mournfully.
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Relatives of some of the 103 people killed in a plane crash in Nigeria on Saturday have crowded hospital mortuaries seeking the bodies of their loved ones.
- Casualty figure in Nigerian plane crash increases to 107... Pastor Bimbo Odukoya among the dead (Sunday, December 11, 2005)
The number of people killed in Saturday's plane crash in Port Harcourt in Nigeria's Niger river delta increased to 107 as four of the seven survivors died Sunday.
- Passenger List of ill-fated flight (Sunday, December 11, 2005)
Sosoliso Airline has released the manifest of the passengers and crew members on board its ill-fated flight that claimed 107 lives in Port Harcourt yesterday.
- I Lost Two of My Relatives - Education Minister (Monday, December 12, 2005)
Minister of Education, Mrs. Chinwe Nora Obaji, yesterday said she lost two of her relatives in the ill-fated Sosoliso Airline plane that crashed in Port Harcourt over the weekend.
- A Nation Counts Its losses: The Sosoliso Crash (Monday, December 12, 2005)
Aviation authorities, Loyola Jesuit Collge, abuja and other concerned citizens began counting their losses when the manifest of passengers aboard the ill-fated Sosoliso Airline flight 1145 that crashed Saturday at the Port Harcourt International Airport was released yesterday.
- Mortuary, Cemetery Attendants Make Brisk Business (Monday, December 12, 2005)
For mortuary and cemetery attendants in Port Harcourt, the grief that has enveloped the nation is nothing but a lucrative avenue to make money as relatives and families of victims of ill-fated Sosoliso Airline Flight 1145 that crashed Saturday paid through their noses yesterday to give their deceased loved ones a decent burial.
- I was a fearful person, always thinking of death - Late Bimbo Odukoya (Tuesday, December 13, 2005)
She lived in mortal fear of death. In fact, she confessed in a frank interview that she was always thinking of that eventuality, till she gave her life to Jesus Christ in 1978.
- Pastors besiege Odukoya’s home (Wednesday, December 14, 2005)
The Ikeja GRA home of Pastor (Mrs) Bimbo Odukoya who died in the Sosoliso air crash in Port Harcourt has virtually turned to a holy site as hundreds of eminent pastors across the world troop into the house to pay their respect to the departed soul.
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