Gordons,Tekno, Flavour escape plane crash

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Comedian, Gordons

A TRAGEDY was on Saturday, August 25 averted as popular Nigerian singers Flavour and Tekno and  comedian, Gordons survived a plane crash.

The singers: Tekno and Flavour, alongside comedian Godwin Komone popularly known as Gordons were said to have escaped the crash on their way to Ghana.

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This was disclosed in a video shared by Gordons on his Instagram page @Gordonsdberlusconi narrating how they survived the accident.

In the video, Gordons said the flight to Accra from Lagos developed a fault eight minutes into the trip.

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My heart is overwhelmed with gratitude for what God did for me and my colleagues today.help me praise him

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Alongside the video, Gordons wrote: “My heart is overwhelmed with gratitude for what God did for me and my colleagues today. Help me praise Him.

“Please help me praise God and thank him today. God delivered me, Flavour, Tekno and their band boys together with some other people who flew with us from Lagos to Accra today. God delivered us from air accident.

“At that moment reality hit me that today might be the end. We were hopeful and prayerful and to God be the glory, we landed safely and we were able to come back to Accra. Please for the love of God just thank Him with me today

“We were hopeful and prayerful and we landed safely, help us thank God Nigerians.”

The three were enrolee to Ghana to be part of the Glo Mega Music Show which came off on Saturday, August 25 at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair in Accra.

The event featured acts from both Ghana and Nigeria such as Sarkodie, Davido, Patapeezy, Yemi Alade, Kuami Eugene among others.