Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Mother Of Boy Who Flew From Benin To Lagos In Arik's Plane Tyre Speaks

Mrs Evelyn Oikhena, is the mother of 15-year-old Daniel Oikhena, who emerged from the wheel compartment of an Arik Air flight from Benin Airport to Lagos, last Saturday. She spoke to journalists yesterday in Benin. Her words;

“I was shocked when I came back Saturday morning, and they told me that Daniel has disappeared and when I asked my daughter she said she had a quarrel with him because the boy was watching movies late into the night.

“I had even gone to report the matter at Evbuotubu police station before my sister-in-law from Germany called me to say that the story of my son was in the internet.


“One of Daniel’s younger brothers said he saw him remove his school books from his bag. So I asked my neighbhours whether any of them saw him and they told me that around 5 to 6 am, they heard sounds that somebody was opening the gate but never thought it was my son. He doesn’t go out. What I know is that he is always watching movies in the house but he doesn’t have friends.
 
“I went to Oba Market police station, they referred me to Evbuotubu police station. When I got there, they said they would declare him missing after 24 hours and that I should come back the next day. I went to inform my pastor and other members, my friends and other relations.”

Punch

44 comments:

  1. Seee what foreign movies curse these days? That boy is a real stunner..commando and rambo things

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    1. The major prob is our security...by the way how can such small boy beat their security. abeg, those guys shd be querried
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  2. Seee what foreign movies curse these days? That boy is a real stunner..commando and rambo things

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  3. From where did she "come back" on Saturday morning?

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  4. Where did she go overnight?Clear case of lack of proper supervision.

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  5. Dis 15yr old needs a rehab. «UCHE FACE»

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  6. D boy na celeb now now o

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  7. American cia,will soon start lukn 4 dat guy soon o;to cm wrk 4 dem.watch out.

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  8. D boy na celeb now now o

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  9. dis boy na alakoba somebody ooo...thank God he's alive

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  10. Daniel aka nigerian James bond u hv jez broke d guiness book of record d 1st niger persn 2 try dat atleast u hv bin noticed even oyibos wil copy 4rm u i salute ur courage lol

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  11. "James Bond of Benin kingdom"

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  12. dats y I don't encourage my kids to watch movies. parents shld stop exposing thr kids to such. d boy actually practised wat he has bn watching in action movies.
    God save dat boy say d tyre no kill am.
    it is well

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  13. Disgraceful child

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  14. Thank God he didn't die

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  15. they should just give him some disciplinary community service and let him return back home.many of us were as naughty at least i was at his age.

    when i was around 9/10yrs old the driver left me in the car which was parked on a slight incline,i honestly dont know how i was able to release the hand brake and the car was rolling backwards to the main road luckily the door was unlocked and a total stranger passing by jumped in and applied the brakes.

    another incident this time me and my brother which i actually shared on another blog,i took a car key while my parents were away in hometown.me and my brother got in the car and used gear 1 and 2 all the way from mobolaji bank anthony(lagos country club area) all the way to adeniyi jones before i became scared and parked on the road.
    called my elder brother on the home phone and he sent a driver to pick us and the car up.

    he is just a boisterous and adventurous boy they should just reprimand and release him

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    1. We don't really care about your life story.
      The true intent behind your telling of these
      'stories' has been duly noted

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    2. *yawns* tales by moonlight!

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    3. since you have made it the centre of your world to highlight and comment on each of those stories i guess my intent is working out abi?lool

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  16. He needs to go back to school. Someone should sponsor him to go to the U.S for 3 wks so that he can be inspired to study hard and become an aeronautical Engineer. Ask Denrele Edun to sponsor him please. Help him realise his dreams

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    1. Y Deenrele?

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    2. Denrele said he's always willing to help people realise their dreams that's why. Well, someone must have read this blog because now. He's. Got a sponsor.

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  17. Indeed, this boy is not only d James Bond of Benin Kingdom but the James Bond of American nd d Nethelands..... Keep it up boy, @laredy u 're flying up nd high, we want more from you_......••¤¤||

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  18. Indeed, this boy is not only d James Bond of Benin Kingdom but also the James Bond of America nd d Nethelands, mother too should hear what she said about her son, that "he is @lways watching movies into d night", oh boy, don't relent on ur effort2be d James Bond of Africa, keep it up boy, @lready, u 're soaring high as well as flying up___....££•••¤¤||

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  19. All comments are great but nobody seems to be saying anything about security.
    Thank God it is not one of those guys with a bad motive of destruction

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  20. i don't think that boy should be treated in such harsh manner, the security in benin should take most of the blaim..how would you let a young boy skip through your view, run through the tarmac, and no one saw him. For me i just think its funny and embarrassing.

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  21. This benine boy i hail o,i wont blame him for real if d security was tyte,and dere was a proper check b4 d passengers went in,den dey wld ve seen him,dis is his opportunity of been naija yungest hero!Guiness book,lol

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  22. The boy's mother should honestly say were she was over night, do I blame him? He's just a curious young boy, nothing. But the mother has a case to answer for negligence of motherly duties.

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  23. Its indeeed sttunnin,he muustt ave practicd wat he saw in d movies,they sud warrn him nt tto attemmpt it again!sikenaa wonderr boy of benin

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  24. Where is she coming from on Saturday morning without proper care over her children...and she said what she knows is that his always watching movies...she caused it

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  25. Sme peeps re fools... You keep asking where d modr went to... Abeg fink of smfin better joor...

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  26. @ anon 28th aug 06:08. Why are u beefing Luca? Is it his fault that u didn't have a privileged upbringing like he did? Should he bcos of haters start saying he did conductor work as a little boy when he didn't? Abeg free him joor. These blogs are not for poor ppl, stop hating rich ppl so that money no go see u run o. That na my advice for you.

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    1. lol i tire o,wonder how relating snippets of my childhood experience can disturb or give a total stranger bellyache

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  27. Abi she no fit go church vigil nii... Na friday nite nah...

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  28. For that boy 2 escape d security at d airport, hmmm, its either he's too smart or d securities were inefficient.

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  29. So if ds was Boko Haram, we wld have heard another case of airplane bombing. Naija security, I hail ooo, na una check pass

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  30. The boy deserves a offer of employment in any of the serious security service department for his ingenuity, brilliance, bravery and determination. FAAN security failed, NAMA watch went blind along with the ground crew, Arik pilot was bent on making money for his employer @ the expense of human beings even after being informed of a strange object on the run way.

    The boy surely did not the consequence of the risk he took, he was driven by his desire to get out of his supposed unfavourable situation @ all cost.

    Thank God that the plane did not travel @ a dangerous altitude, he may not have lived to regret it. Let's thank God for his life and for his innocent intention.

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  31. I think what our government should do is to take proper care of that boy so that the boko harams will not hijack him.and my advice to parents watch the type of films your children watch.

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  32. It's quite a shame that in a country where security is a dream and safety cannot be expected from the government,that the people who should ensure the provision of these vital needs are talking about legalizing cradle snatching for marital nonsense. How sure are we this boy's tyre flight escapade is not Boko Haram's or other terrorists way of accessing the security of our airports? It could just be a test flight to know if they will succeed! Hmm,may we not wake up to a season of plane hijackers and bombers. Aviation minister and ministry please wake up! If you can allow Dana resume operations barely a year after that gruesome waste of precious lives and have a boy board a plane without your knowledge, you are really sleeping. WAKE UP FROM YOUR SLUMBER!

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  33. It's a real shame! With terrible security issues, some people at the helm of affairs are talking about legalizing cradle snatching for marital nonsense. This is not funny. How sure are we this stowaway boy is not an agent of Boko Haram or any other terrorist organization. It could have just been a test drive to see if they can penetrate our airports. Hmm, may we not wake up to a season of plane hijackers and airplane bombings.

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