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Nigerian refutes claim of being on downed Ukrainian flight

By TVC News Nigeria
16 January 2020   |   3:11 pm
Mr. Olayinka Bernard Adeleye, whose picture was recently used as a Nigerian who was involved in the the Ukranian flight that was shot down by an Iranian missile on January 7, 2020 killing all 176 passengers and crew members, has denied being one of the victims, saying he is alive and kicking. He said the news of his death has left him and his family with scars which would take a long time to heal.

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