‘God loves you more, daddy.... God loves them more. :')’ 17 year-old Maira Elizabeth Nari tweeted yesterday evening, few minutes after the Malaysian government formally announced the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 was ‘lost’ with no survivors.
Maira’s father, Andrew Nari was the Chief Flight Attendant of the missing flight and she has been tweeting about him daily since the baffling disappearance of the 250-tonne aircraft on March 8.
Maira through her twitter account @Gorgxous_ initially tweeted on March 7 that the only thing she wants is her dad’s safe return.
- @Gorgxous_ Mar 7
“God.... The only thing I want is my father..... Nothing, but my father. I want my father back. :'(“
Since then she has been posting pictures of her dad and tweeting her 89.3k followers, heart wrenching messages about her wish for him to return home.
Tweeters from around the world has been writing to Maira expressing their support to her and her family and inquiring how they are coping with the situation. In response to the queries she had tweeted -
Another one of her tweets dedicated to her dad who had been an avid Liverpool fan, asked him to come home soon because he was missing a Soccer game for the first time.
When Liverpool beat their longtime rival, she tweeted
The British team that picked up the tweet few days later replied to Maira from their official Twitter account @LFC, expressing their support
Upon receiving the distressing news yesterday, when the families of all passengers and crew aboard were compelled to give up all possible hope of their loved ones surviving the disappearance, Maira initially tweeted that she doesn’t know what to say about the news.
Later in the night her account read
- A reflection of the state of mind, which most family members of the passengers and crew onboard the missing flight must be going through presently, without any physical evidence of their loved ones’ fate or what reasons or who led to this unfortunate disaster. (Lakna Paranamanna)