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Details Emerge of Nigerian Woman’s Death on Egypt Air Flight

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Details Emerge of Nigerian Woman's Death on Egypt Air Flight

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The details of a tragic incident involving a young Nigerian lady who died aboard an Egypt Air flight have emerged.

The lady, identified as Remilekun Toyosi Meshioye, was traveling from Nigeria to London on a student visa. She boarded Egypt Air MS 876 flight to Cairo on Monday from the Murtala Muhammad International Airport (MMIA), Lagos. The following day, she boarded Egypt Air MS777 for a connecting flight to London via Cairo.

Unfortunately, Meshioye died aboard the flight, and her corpse was allegedly dropped off in Cairo. The family of the deceased, through a statement signed by Olufunmilola Olaniyi-Alabi, the elder sister of the deceased, demanded that the airline release their daughter’s body to them.

They were not informed by the airline about the incident but received a message from the consular office in Cairo.

Family’s Struggle for Information

The family reached out to EgyptAir customer care and other contact details provided on the airline’s website, but received no response.

They reported the incident to the UK Police Department, who confirmed that Meshioye was not in the UK. The family then contacted the agent who sold the ticket to her, who provided proof that she did not board the plane to Heathrow from Cairo.

The family continued their efforts to contact Egypt Air, ultimately traveling to London to meet with the airline’s regional manager.

They were informed that Meshioye fell sick on the plane and was rushed to a hospital in Cairo, where she later passed away.

The family expressed their frustration with EgyptAir for not contacting them as the next of kin and for withholding information about the incident.

Demand for Answers and Return of Remains

The family contacted the Nigerian Embassy, who stated that EgyptAir informed them of Meshioye’s death but did not provide any other information or contact details for her relatives.

EgyptAir informed the family that only the Nigerian Embassy could request information about the incident and retrieve Meshioye’s belongings and documents.

The family is demanding that EgyptAir return Meshioye’s body to Nigeria at their own expense, along with all her luggage.

They believe that the airline is hiding the truth of what happened and failing to take responsibility for the tragic incident.


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