A year after the death of 157 persons in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 on the 10th of March, 2019, the memories of those who lost their lives are still very fresh in mind.
The air mishap which took place minutes after take-off in the outskirts of Ethiopia, during the Boeing 737 aircraft departure to Kenya.
A year after, BBC Journalist, Emmanuel Igunze describe what it is like to be the first journalist to report the story.
In the interview, the emotional journalist describes the scene when he got there hours after the crash.
Station Magazine recalls that two Nigerians were victims of the crash, one of these victims was a Nigerian Professor
"You could just feel their pain as they mourned their loves ones."
This week marked 1 year since Ethiopian Airlines flight #ET302 crashed, killing everyone on board. @EmmanuelIgunza was one of the first journalists to arrive at the site & he reflects on what he saw. pic.twitter.com/tYbKINPvdB
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) March 14, 2020