Nigeria Airforce Begins Investigation Over Emergency Landing

The Nigeria Airforce has launched investigations into an incident where its aircraft crash-landed at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos with six individuals on board.

Passengers on board the plane experienced a harrowing moment when a Cessna Citation CJ3, lost its tires during a touch-and-go flight in Ilorin and had to carry out a controlled belly landing in Lagos.

Air Commodore WAP Maigida, Spokesman of the Airforce, stated that the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal Oladayo Amao, has ordered the immediate formation of a Board of Inquiry to determine the cause of the accident.

The recent occurrences of deadly plane crashes in military operations have raised concerns over the safety of Nigeria’s airspace. The Nigerian Airforce has reached out to the public for their understanding and support as it strives to ensure the safety of Nigeria and its citizens.

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