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Nigerian Aboard Ethiopian Airlines Allegedly Dies After Drug Burst in His Stomach



A Nigerian man, Mr. Sylvanus Amachukwu Godwin with passport Number A06011089 reportedly died aboard an Ethiopian Airlines Flight 606 en-route Addis Ababa to Guangzhou, China after high grams of drug burst in his stomach.

Though the airline authority has not concluded its investigation to ascertain the real cause of his death, however Nigeria’s Consul General to China, Ambassador Wale Oloko, said Godwin’s death was announced to the consulate when the aircraft landed at the Baiyun International Airport in Guangzhou, China.

He was told that the Nigerian collapsed while in the flight and though first-aid measures were administered on him, he unfortunately died before the aircraft could reach China.

It was also learnt that the corpse has been taken to the Aviation Hospital’s mortuary within the Baiyun International Airport complex for expected post mortem to determine the cause of the sudden death.

Vanguard reports that Ambassador Oloko noted that the Mission is not restricting investigations on its part, and has gone ahead to advise the management of Ethiopian airlines to use the information on the reservation system, to reach the family of the deceased in Nigeria.

In light of the fresh development, Nigerians are urged to understand the dangers of

drug trafficking and the negative impact on the country’s image.

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