Presidential aircraft handed over to Air Force allegedly crashes in Makurdi | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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The Agusta AW 101, one of the presidential jets recently handed over to the Nigerian Air Force, has reportedly crashed at the Nigerian Air Force base in Makurdi.

The plane, which is a medium-lift helicopter specially designed for military operations, reportedly crashed due to poor training of crew members who manned its operation, according to a report by TheNewGuru.

After the handover, the aircraft was repainted from the initial white and green to camouflage.

A source told the website that damages to the jet were significant but no life was lost to the crash.

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  1. Scrap was given 2 dem 2 make cheap publicity and futher d hypocrisy.

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  2. Can you see what buhari is causing? We ask him to sell the planes and put the money into use but due to lack of leadership qualities he decided to do the other way. If not in Nigeria how can you give a taxi driver a truck to drive?

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  3. HAHA the air force have joint the change ,,how for goodness sake a presidential jet can be used for militry training,, pls some body should tell this gov and the old brains in the military to resign

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  4. Anything this clueless useless APC touches turns to disaster,pain, lamentation and grieve galore. Nigeria Air force sorry oooo! Na una own share of APC dividend of democracy.
    Chanji dole!
    Sai Baba!
    Sai Tinubu!
    Sai Amaechi!
    Sai Rochas!

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