MH370 crash: Daughter of chief steward expresses grief on Twitter

MH370 crash: Daughter of chief steward expresses grief on Twitter
Maira (left), with her father, MH370 chief steward Andrew Nari, in a photo she posted on Twitter.

PETALING JAYA - Maira Elizabeth Nari, the daughter of Andrew Nari, the chief steward on Malaysia Airline flight MH370, has taken to Twitter after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak announced the Boeing 777 ended its flight in the southern Indian Ocean.

Maira, who tweets under the handle @Gorgxous_, tweeted: "I just don't know what to say about it. :'). God loves you more, daddy.... God loves them more. :')"

Her Twitter account had drawn considerable support ever since she took to Twitter to express her hope that MH370 would return with its passengers and crew ever since it disappeared 17 days ago, and how she missed her father.

Last Wednesday, Maira had tweeted that she would not be collecting her SPM results when they came out the following day.

She had said: "SPM results is coming out tomorrow, and was hoping that he'll be back by then. But, that's alright. He's with me through my heart, & faith."

Earlier tweets referring to her father's support for his favourite football club, Liverpool had been met with sympathy and support from the club itself.

She had tweeted on March 16 that "Daddy, Liverpool is winning the game. Come home, so you can watch the game! You never miss watching the game. It's your very first time," to which the club replied via Twitter that "Just to let you know that we are thinking of your father and all those still missing from flight #MH370 Be strong. YNWA."

At 10pm on Tuesday, Najib had announced that British investigators from its UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) have confirmed that the flight of Malaysian Airlines MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean.

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