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Rufai Oladimeji
Lagos State University
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An aircraft belonging to the Nigerian Air
Force (NAF) has crash-landed, Igbere TV
reports.

Igbere TV gathered that the incident
happened today, Wednesday, June 12 at the
Katsina Airport, at about 3.30pm.

Reacting to the incident, the NAF said its
helicopter crashed in the process of landing
while returning from an anti-banditry
combat mission in the Northwest.

In a statement issued to Igbere TV by NAF’s
spokesman, Air Commodore Ibikunle
Daramola, he said that details of the cause
of the incident were still scanty.

“However, there was no loss of life, either of
persons on board the helicopter or on the
ground,” he added.

The NAF’s spokesman said the Chief of Air
Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, had
directed the constitution of a Board of
Inquiry to determine the exact cause of the
incident.

“NAF continues to solicit the understanding
and support of the general public as it daily
strives to ensure the security of Nigeria and
Nigerians,” Daramola said.



igberetvnews.com/771783/breaking-air-force-helicopter-crash-lands-in-katsina/

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