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Nigerian military aircraft crashes
Months after A Nigerian military aircraft crashed killing Army Chief, another has reportedly burnt down.
Based on gathered reports the location, given by a source to Daily Post said to be “somewhere in Kaduna State”.
The eyewitness identified that the crashed aircraft is an Alpha jet.
The source statement, who was described as an informant, read “The fighter jet left Yola, the Adamawa capital, this morning to go clear bandits”
At the time of filing this news, contact of spokesman to the Nigerian Air Force, Air Commodore Edward Gabwet, appeared abortive.
Similarly, the Special Assistant to the Defence Minister, Mohammad Abdulkadri, could not take calls.
Recall the Nigerian military has suffered a huge blow since the beginning of the year, recorded a number of crashes in 2021 alone.
An air mishap, sometime in May 2021, took the lives of prominent Nigerians, both serving Army Chief, Lt. Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru and other notable officers.
A Minna-bound military jet, also in January this year, wrecked, all seven people on board were dead.
Alpha jet crashed, three months ago, suffered similar incident in Borno while conducting an operation.