I Felt Strange on Sunday Morning, I Sensed My Girl Had Died, Mother to KAA HR’s Boss Says

Mothers are our earthly guardian angels. Their instincts are sharper than double-edged swords.

The mother of Juliet Otieno, an Ethiopian Airlines crash victim, who was the acting general manager for human resource development at the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) says she sensed her daughter had died in the Sunday accident despite not knowing the flight Ms Otieno had booked.

Sellah Indimuli Murundu, 73, says upon receiving news of the plane crash from a neighbor, she immediately developed a strange feeling, which told her: “Juliet is dead”.

“On Sunday, I had gone to a neighbour’s house, where several people had gathered. One of them, a teacher, told me: ‘Mum, an Ethiopian Airlines plane [from Addis Ababa] has crashed’. I felt my blood stop and pump instantly, and, thereafter, exclaimed: ‘Oh, my Julie is dead!’ I do not know why those words came out of me,” Ms Murundu told journalists.

Juliet’s mom says her 51 year old daughetr, who had traveled to Egypt for personal reasons, had told her Saturday night that she would be traveling back to Kenya — via Ethiopia — the following day.

Juliet Otieno, however, did not inform her about the flight she would board.

The mother-and-daughter did not communicate with each other on Sunday morning, said Ms Murundu.

The late was married to Francis Otieno, a resident of Yala in Siaya County, with whom they share three children.

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