IPOH (March 7): Tomorrow marks the seventh year Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 vanished without a trace leaving many questions on what actually happened to the ill-fated plane unanswered and passengers’ family members in limbo.
Some family members and next of kin of passengers on board the plane are still hoping for a miracle to happen while there are also who choose to leave everything in God’s hands besides praying that the authorities will eventually unravel one of aviation history’s greatest mysteries.
Maira Elizabeth Nari, the daughter of flight MH370 chief steward Andrew Nari said although many years have passed, there was nothing she could do and whatever the situation is, life must go on.
“I feel exactly like how it had been seven years ago when i was 17, but…things are pretty much the same but we are doing ok,” she told Bernama.
The brother-in-law of the flight chief stewardess Goh Sock Lay who declined to be identified, when met at his house in Kampung Tawas here recently, said that family members did not want to remember the incident anymore.
“It has long been forgotten by our family. Nothing else to talk about as it is a sad thing to remember,” he said.
He said Goh’s husband who is now working at a glove factory in Seremban had not returned to his hometown for quite a while now and only contacted family members through phone calls to say hello.
Family members of another MH370 passenger Tan Ah Meng in Kampung Kanthan, Chemor here also shared…