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Moment Military aircraft crash-lands in Abuja, six feared dead (Video)
In Nigeria, the day breaks in hoping to usher anything either to keep people keep nursing pains regards insecurity issues or contribute to relieving them from itching suffering, in whichever, Nigerians moves on.
Hence, according to reports, a military aircraft, King Air 350 said to have crashed, near the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja runway after to had passed in a report of engine failure as it heads Minna.
B350 aircraft confirmed to be owned by Nigerian Air Force (NAF201), left Abuja at 1033UTC carrying six persons on board both two crew.
The Aircraft crashed landed on the final approach path of Abuja Runway 22 at time 10:48UTC having reported troubling engine as at 1039.
Retrieved video clip by Scannews24 indicates En of the Fire services on scene of the unfortunate accident battling to put off escalating fire as all persons on board were confirmed dead.
The Director, Press and Public Affairs, Ministry of Aviation, James Odaudu, revealed to newsmen.
The appropriate agency are expected to further look into what continues to cause sudden aircraft in the country.