Kechi Okwuchi, 2005 Sosoliso plane crash survivor inspired all at America’s Got Talent 2017 (video)

If I say I was not inspired listening to hear voice, that means I am a terrible liar.
Despite her ordeal, she embraced life, and thanks to her passion for music, according to her, it was what kept her going.

Kechi Okwuchi who is one of the 2 people who survived the 2005 Sosoliso Plane Crash that killed 60 young students of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja, inspired all with her amazing performance at America’s Got Talent 2017 edition.

The Nigerian who has got everyone talking about her performance, introduced herself and when asked why she fell in love with music, she told her story, narrating how the plane ferrying 109 people crashed, killing 107.

“I was in a plane crash when I was about 16 years old back in Nigeria. It took the lives of a 107 out of a 109 passengers, and I was one of the 2 survivors,” she said, adding that lying in the bed in the hospital and not being able to move, music was her escape.

In 2005, the ill-fated Sosoliso Airlines Flight 1145 carrying 109 people from Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport in Abuja crashed and erupted in flames at the Port Harcourt International Airport. 7 people were rescued from the burning plane, but only 2 survived the horror.

Kechi Okwuchi survived. For many years, she underwent various surgeries, endured pain and found solace in family and in music. Now, she wants to share her voice with the world, starting with America’s Got Talent.

Here’s her video below;


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