MH370 Lost in Indian Ocean: "God loves you more daddy"

KUALA LUMPUR - "God loves you more daddy...God loves them more," said Maira Elizabeth Nari, daughter of flight MH370 chief steward Andrew Nari upon learning that the missing aircraft has ended in the southern Indian Ocean. She shared her sadness through her twitter account after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak made a special announcement on the fate of the Malaysian Airlines (MAS) tonight.

Maira Elizabeth through her twitter account @Gorgxous_ initially said: "I just don't know what to say about it," when the announcement was made.

"God loves you more daddy.... God loves them more. :')," was her message three minutes later.

In her 11.30 pm message, Maira Elizabeth mentioned "I will never forget the look on his face when he opened his birthday present the other day. He was so happy!"

The account has 57,162 followers and 62,474 tweets as of 11.30pm.

Fans of British Premier League side Liverpool FC have also expressed their support to the daughter of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370's chief steward, after she posted a heart-felt message to her father on Twitter on 16 March.

In PUTRAJAYA, "We accept it", said Zamani Zakaria, 56, father of Razahan, 23.

"After more than two weeks we don't have to wait any more. It is torture to just wait," he said when contacted here.

Zamani lost his son and daughter-in-law Norli Akmar Hamid, 33, who were on the way to Beijing for their honeymoon.

Another next-of-kin, Selamat Omar, 60, father of Mohd Khairul Amri, 29, said he has accepted the news with an open heart.

"As I said in the early stages, I was prepared to accept whatever the outcome," he said

In BANTING, grief enveloped the family of S. Pus panathan.

His home in Telok Panglima Garang, here, saw a stream of relatives arriving to offer their sympathies to his family right after Najib's press conference ended.

His father, G. Subramaniam, 60, said his wife A. Amirtham, 60, had been inconsolable after hearing the announce ment.

We hope everyone understand that we are grieving," he told reporters at his home.