Sosoliso plane crash survivor Kechi Okwuchi shares adorable new photos

Sosoliso plane crash survivor Kechi Okwuchi shares adorable new photos

- A Sosoliso plane crash survivor, Kechi Okwuchi, has been given a second chance at life

- The 29-year-old lady has decided not to live the rest of her life sulking about her past

- Kechi recently released lovely new photos on social media to the joy of her fans

Life is fickle and individuals often take the littlest things for granted until something life changing happens.

Nigerian lady, Kechi Okwuchi, was undoubtedly given a second chance at life after she survived the infamous Sosoliso plane crash in 2005.

Since the incident, the young lady has tried to live life positively despite the burns she sustained from the fatal crash.

The 29-year-old recently shared beautiful new photos on her Instagram page to the joy of fans.

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See some photos below:

Kechi who now lives in America got in touch with her African side in this drummer-girl themed photo shoot. She stunned in a monostrap ankara dress as she posed with talking drums.

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The pretty lady also impressed fans with this chic look. Her attire consisted of a simple tank top, a stripped jacket, a brown hat, a jean skirt, all paired with fringed heels.

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In this look, Kechi glammed up in a red dress paired with red court heels.

The young lady is no doubt an image of wearing one's scars boldly.

Meanwhile, previously reported that the Sosoliso crash survivor admitted that her voice got better after the incident.

According to Kechi, she had noticed the changes while she was on her hospital bed. She explained that her mother had put a music player by her bed and as she sang along to the songs, she realised her voice had gotten better.

She noted that she and her mother had taken the change in her voice as one of the positive things in the midst of all the negative ones.

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My life after the plane crash – Nigerian plane crash survivor Kechi Okwuchi speaks to Legit TV

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