A spokesperson for the Air Power suggested PREMIUM TIMES all on board the airplane had been militia personnel.
There had been no survivors in a atomize intelligent a militia airplane Sunday in Abuja, the Nigerian Air Power has confirmed.
The spokesperson for the Air Power, Ibikunle Daramola, talked about all seven on board the sick-fated airplane died.
“Right here’s to substantiate that a Nigerian Air Power (NAF) Beechcraft KingAir B350i airplane crashed while returning to the Abuja Airport after reporting engine failure enroute Minna. First responders are at the scene. Sadly, all 7 personnel on board died within the atomize,” he tweeted.
Mr Daramola suggested PREMIUM TIMES all on board the airplane had been militia personnel.
The accident occured attempting the Abuja airport runway, after the airplane reported engine failure, aviation minister, Hadi Sirika, had earlier talked about.
“A militia airplane King Air 350 has correct crashed attempting our Abuja runway after reporting engine failure enroute Minna. It appears to be deadly. We might even merely mute remain mute & look forward to the tip results of investigation by the militia, while we pray for the departed soul/souls if any,” Mr Sirika tweeted.
The Air Power is investigating the accident, it talked about, while commiserating with the families of the victims.
“The Chief of the Air Group (CAS), @CAS_IOAmao, has ordered an instantaneous investigation into the incident. Whereas urging the usual public to stay mute & look forward to the tip results of investigation, the CAS, on behalf of all NAF personnel, commiserates with the families of the deceased,” Mr Daramola talked about.