MH370: Daughter expressed loss through heartbreaking tweets

Andrew Nari, the chief steward on board Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.

PETALING JAYA - Maira Elizabeth Nari, the daughter of Andrew Nari, the chief steward on board Malaysia Airline flight MH370, has taken to Twitter after hearing the news that the Boeing 777 has "ended its flight" in the southern Indian Ocean, presumably killing her father and 238 others.

Maira took to Twitter under the handle @Gorgxous_ to express her agony of the tragic loss: "I just don't know what to say about it. God loves you more, daddy. God loves them more."

Her tweets echoed the loss of hundreds of families whose loved ones was on board MH370: "I don't know what to say, what to think. I feel so lost, so blank. I'm just so tired. Goodnight, daddy."

"I will never forget the looked on his face when he opened his birthday present the other day. He was so happy," she tweeted.

Maira had previously mentioned in her tweets about how her father was an avid Liverpool fan and never missed a game.

Liverpool Football Club's official Twitter account sent Maira their condolences and support: "We prayed your father would come home @Gorgxous_. Tonight our thoughts are with you & families of all those lost. You won't walk alone."

Maira also thanked her friends and complete strangers for the huge outpour of support she received since news of the MH370 disappearance broke.

"I don't know what to say to all of you, but thank you so much for the support. To my closest friends, thank you. God bless all of you," she tweeted.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced on Monday night that based on new analysis by satellite company Inmarsat and the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) on the satellite data provided, it was concluded that MH370 flew along the southern corridor to its last position in the middle of the Indian Ocean west of Perth.

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