Richmond C. Amadi is an independent journalist, Book Publisher, member of RSU Alumni, Researcher (currently researching with Researchgate.net), Writer, Motivational Speaker. He is a BSc Holder in Office and Information Management, and Diploma holder in Management all from Rivers State University. Currently doing his MSc with RSU. Contact him on Richmond.firstname.lastname@example.org or Amadirichmondc@gmail.com All Social Platforms: @amadirichmondc
EXPOSED! Two Assassins Jumped Off Crashed Military Plane With Parachute (video)
A surfaced video of an eyewitness has suggested that two suspected Assassins joined the Nigerian military plane which crashed on late Friday in Kaduna state leaving many dead.
The clip sighted by #Scannews24 recorded a statement of a believed prime witness at the scene of the razed plane, revealing that two persons supposed to had carried out the suspicious dangerous plot in the plane, flew off with a parachute as the plane touched ground ablaze.
Both believed suspects disappeared, according to the eyewitness, immediately after their parachute landed.
Eyewitness statement read, in pidgin “As the thing happen, na em the aeroplane turn, them gomot with on parachute, them holam, two of them. Then them come dey come down from up, na em the aeroplane mouth turn down, as fall, na em the fire blow. Those people (Assassins) come relax for up and we no know the particular place them go.
Hence, security agencies have not made any official statement on what specifically led to or caused the ugly incident but reports earlier pointedly noted that cloudy weather constituted the crash.
Eleven military officers including the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru, conveying for pass out ceremony, lost their lives yesterday close to Kaduna Airport, the air force stated in a statement, said an investigation is ongoing.
Based on religious rites of both Christian and Muslim, the deceased and bereaved families on Saturday gathered at the National Mosque and National Christian Centre, federal capital territory Abuja for the funeral procession.
Afterward, the burial proper commented at the National Military Cemetery, Abuja.
Names of those personnel affected include Flt.- Lt. Henry Piyo the Co-Pilot, Flt.-Lt. Haruna Gadzama, the Captain Flying Officer Micheal Okpara, the Airborne Tactical Observation System (ATOS Specialist)
Others confirmed in a military statement, are Flight Sergeant Olasunkanmi Olawunmi (ATOS Specialist), Warrant Officer Bassey Etim the ATOS Specialist, Sergeant Ugochukwu Oluka, the ATOS Specialist, and Aircraftman Adewale Johnson, the Onboard Technician.