‘Only God knows our paths’ Read the last letter of Ethiopian flight attendant

The family of  flight attendant Stella Osebe Konarska is still trying to come to terms with her death after Ethiopian jetliner 737  MAX 3 crashed on Sunday.

Stella and her son Adam Mbicha were among 157 people on board the ill fated plane.

Stella’s grief stricken husband, Pawel Konarski used her social media platform to let everyone know she is no more.

The late Stella enjoying a selfie moment with her colleagues

The last letter Tony Ngare’s daughter wrote before he died in the Ethiopian Airline plane crash will break your heart

He wrote

“To all my friends,” the letter began, “This will be my last message to all of you, it’s hard to say goodbye.

I still can’t believe I’m no longer with you in this world. Only God knows why this happened to me and my beloved son Adam Mbicha Konarski.

I was always trying through all my life to be a very honest person with positive spirit and smile every day I’m sure I made it.

I’m really greatfull to my familly for your support through all my life I would like to say thanks to all my friends from all over the world Kenya, Dubai, Qatar, Poland, Saudi Arabia.

Your friendship meant a lot to me and to my family too you were giving us smile and happiness every day.

Thanks for being there for us,We will always be there for you Me and my Son looking from the top.

We need to pray now, please stay strong because only God knows our paths and we shall meet again one day, I’m sure.

With all my love your true friend, sister and daughter 
Stella Mbicha Konarska.”

Below are photos and her son before their death




Ethiopian airline cabin crew the late Stella Adam
The late Stella Adam and her son Adam

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Photos of Kenyans who died in the ill-fated ET 302 Ethiopian plane crash

Yesterday the world was thrown into mourning after an Ethiopia airlines ET 301 crashed six minutes after take off en-route to Nairobi.

The Ethiopian Airlines Corporate Communications Director Asrat Begashaw said there were 33 nationalities on board.

The Boeing 737 passenger jet, which was new, is said to have had 149 passengers and eight crew on board.

Kenyan woman and son among those killed in Ethiopian Airlines plane crash

ethiopia airline pic

The airline, in a statement, said the plane left Addis Ababa before the accident at Bishoftu.

“The aircraft B-737-800MAX with registration number ET-AVJ, took off at 8.38am local time from Addis Ababa, Bole International Airport, and lost contact at 8.44am,” the airline said in a statement.

At this time, search and rescue operations are in progress and we have no confirmed information about survivors or any possible casualties.”

‘It is harrowing’ Kenyans mourn loved ones after Ethiopian airplane crash

Below are photos of those who have already been confirmed dead by their family /friends/ employees.

1. Stella Obese

Stella died alongside her son Adam.

woman and son in ethiopian airline 2


2. Hussein Swalleh

Swalleh was a Kenyan Football Administrator.

The late Swalleh
The late Hussein Swalleh

3. Tony Ngare

Tony was an employee of Standard Group, where he served as the sub editor for the Pulse magazine.

Anthony ngare

4. Jonathan Seex

He was the CEO of Tamarind Hotel.

Tamarind CEO Jonathan Seex

5. Brig.Gen (RTD) George G Kabugi

He was  the General Manager Security Services for Kenya Airports Authority.

George Kabugi

6. Ms Juliet Otieno

She was the acting General Manager Human Resource Development for Kenya Airports Authority (KAA).

Ms Juliet Otieno

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