Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Kechi Okwuchi airs January 26th-February 1st.
Not my time to Die…..
When her plane went down killing 107 out of 109 passengers, Kachi did not know they journey to recovery would be so tough, but a woman of resilience and gratitude for life, she gets on with life and living in her purpose.
My name is Kechi Okwuchi and I am a 26 years old, born in Nigeria.
On December 10th 2005, I was headed home from boarding school for the Christmas holidays aboard a local airplane which crashed and killed 107 out of 109 passengers, 60 of whom were fellow students. I suffered third-degree burns over 65% of my body, and I have had to undergo multiple intensive surgical procedures ever since.
Two years into my treatments in America, I decided I wanted to finish high school and enter into a good university by my own merit. I had a strong support system- my family, my friends and my faith- who believed that I would be able to overcome my physical and mental obstacles and achieve my goal. In 2015, I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of St. Thomas with an Economics and Marketing BBA. I am currently a market analyst for African League Of Legends bubble, helping with the development of a marketing campaign for an African art show to be hosted by the non-profit organization in 2016.
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A little about my support, since then I have graduated, thank you to all my supporters.
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