Against All Odds (Feat. Kechi Okwuchi)
Kechi Okwuchi made First Class in University of Saint Thomas, Houston Texas in 2015.
Critically-acclaimed Nigerian-American singer and motivational speaker, Kechi Okwuchi was born on October 29 1989 … proud member of a family of four (Kechi’s parents, younger sister and Kechi) and former student of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja Nigeria. She graduated from the University of Saint Thomas, Houston, Texas, US.
She was one of the two survivors of the ill-fated Sosoliso Airlines which crashed on December 10, 2005 and pathetically claimed 107 lives. She lost 60 school mates all from Loyola Jesuit College in the accident. They were going home to their families and loved ones to celebrate Christmas ….
In 2005 she survived Sosoliso air mishap with third-degree burns; in 2015 she bagged First Class. ‘#10yearchallenge’.
The motivational speaker is a breathing inspiration, motivation an she’s got loads of reasons to inspire and motivate humanity.
She survived a fatal air-crash, escaped with Third-Degree Burns which is very challenging; made First Class in college which is highly challenging … and had been through over hundred reconstructive surgeries.
“She was a speaker at TedxEuston where she gave a talk titled Girls- know thyself … Kechi later went on to take part in the twelfth season of America’s Got Talent in 2017 as a singer, and finished the competition as a finalist. She later participated in America’s Got Talent: The Champions in 2019, where Simon Cowell gave her the golden buzzer, sending her straight to the final.” – Wikipedia.
Kechi before and after the air-crash.
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Don’t give up. Setback can’t stop you so don’t stop yourself.
You can. If you believe you can!
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