Nigerian Air Force says it was an incident, not a crash
Barely two months after the presidency handed over two aircraft in the Presidential fleet to the Nigerian Air Force, an investigation has revealed that one of the ballistics defence capable aircraft has been seemingly, poorly managed and crashed at the Nigerian Air Force base, Makurdi.
It was gathered from a top, reliable source that one of the aircraft, Agusta AW 101, a medium-lift helicopter specially designed for military operations, got crashed less than a month after the Nigerian Air Force took delivery of it from the presidency, due to poor training of crew members saddled to man the operations of the aircraft.
When contacted, the Nigerian Air Force, P.R.O., Group Captain Dele Famuyiwa, denied the report that one of the aircraft crashed.
“It was not a crash. I wouldn’t call it a crash because it just fell on the ground in Makurdi.”