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UK accountant feared dead in plane crash

Accountant was CFO for division of South African mobile phone group

Last weekend’s
Kenya
Airways
plane crash is feared to have claimed the life of Sarah Stewart, a
chartered accountant and member of the ICAEW since 1984.

Stewart, 50, is the chief financial officer for the Cameroon operation of
South African mobile phone giant
MTN
and is believed to be among the 114 people on board the plane
when
it crashed.

Three other Britons were also on board.

The wreckage of the craft was found in a mangrove swamp 12 miles south-east
of Douala, Cameroon. The plane had set off from Abidjan in the Ivory Coast, but
stopped in Douala where the British passengers boarded and where MTN’s Cameroon
operation is based.

The plane was headed for Nairobi, capital of Kenya

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