Hours after the news making the rounds on the social media of an aircrash involving a Nigerian Air Force plane on Sunday, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), has dismissed the report that it lost another aircraft in Kaduna. According to NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, who responded to the […]
116 days after the ebullient Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt General Attahiru Ibrahim was appointed by the President, Mohammedu Buhari as the 25th indigenous COAS, he was killed in a plane crash in Kaduna on Friday evening.
The burial of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Late Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru and six other senior officers who lost their lives in an air mishap in Kaduna on Friday evening would be interred at the National Military Cemetery, Abuja today, 22nd May, 2021 by 1300hrs.
Plane Landed After Inclement Weather – Defence Headquarters …As Lt Gen Attahiru, 10 Others Officers Die In Plane Crash
The Defence Headquarters has said that the military plane that killed the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Attahiru Ibrahim on Friday evening crashed “due to inclement weather.”
The Nigerian Air Force has confirmed that an aircraft crashed near the Kaduna International Airport on Friday.
As Nigerians mourn the death of seven gallant Nigerian Airforce officers that died in Sunday plane crash, names of the victims have been released by the Airforce authorities.
The nation was thrown into mourning on Sunday as a Nigerian Airforce plane crashed close to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja killing seven on board.