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Nigeria Lady Woke Up This Morning To Find Her Picture Among The Missing In The Nice Attack

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Amara Ajuzie, a Nigeria girl who lives in Port Harcourt woke up this morning to find her photo among those missing following the terrorist attack in Nice, France on Thursday July 14th. She says she’s not missing, but hale and hearty.

She wrote;

I woke up this morning to this fake news with my photo among the missing people in Bastille attack. People have been calling and wailing and sympathizing with my family!!! This isn’t funny, get your sources and facts right before making it public. My covenant with God is that I leave this earth at 100years old and I cannot die by accident or any tragic incident So please stop wishing me death!!!!DAILYMAIL.CO.UK

According to them, “Friends and family members shared photos of their loved ones online in a desperate bid to locate them after 84 people were killed when a terrorist gunman drove a 25-tonne lorry through crowds on a mile-long killing spree on Thursday night. The images shared on social media include friends, brothers, sisters, mothers and numerous young people who have reportedly vanished since the attack carried out by 31-year-old French Tunisian man Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel.”

So the question is, how did the almighty Daily Mail come to make this kind of heinous error? Were they just copying random photos of purported victims on the internet without investigating?

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