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Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Officialhorlah(m): 2:24pm On Feb 21
The Accident Investigation Bureau , on Sunday , said that it does not investigate military incidents or accidents except when invited .
General Manager, Public Affairs, AIB , Mr Tunji Oketunbi, made this known in a message sent to The PUNCH.
A jet operated by the Nigerian Air Force had crashed in Abuja earlier today. About six occupants of the military aircraft , King Air 350 , were feared killed in the accident .
The jet en route Minna in Niger State crashed close to the runway of the Abuja airport after reporting engine failure.
The Minister of Aviation , Hadi Sirika, in a tweet , described the accident as “ fatal ” and prayed for the “ departed souls ” .
Reacting , the AIB which is the investigating commission in charge of all aviation- related accidents and incidents in Nigeria , said it does not investigate military accidents except when invited .
“ There was an accident involving a military aircraft . By the power established AIB -N , we do not investigate military incidents or accident except where invited . Please direct all your enquiries to the appropriate authorities, ” AIB spokesman said.
Efforts to reach NAF Director of Public Relations and Information , Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola , proved abortive as of the time of filing this report as his phone rang out.

https://punchng.com/breaking-abuja-crash-we-dont-investigate-military-accidents-aib/

Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by tsephanyah(f): 2:26pm On Feb 21
Too bad. IPOB terrorist will argue otherwise

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by NwaNimo1(m): 2:27pm On Feb 21


A very

P athetic

C ountry

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by cchub: 2:35pm On Feb 21
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Mike213: 2:36pm On Feb 21
Then who is the appropriate authority we should direct our complaints to?? Everyone day run so that military no go out eye for their matter

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Officialhorlah(m): 2:46pm On Feb 21
NwaNimo1:


A

P athetic

C ountry

Exactly grin

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by slawormiir: 4:11pm On Feb 21
Damnnnnn niggarrr
May their soul rest peace

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Emeskhalifa(m): 4:11pm On Feb 21
Meaning no investigation will be carried out or what??

Hope this is not a case of trying to conceal something from the public with all due respect.

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by MANNABBQGRILLS: 4:11pm On Feb 21
The aircraft was said to have reported engine failure at 1039 and crashed landed on the final approach path of Abuja Runway 22 at time 1048UTC.
May the souls of the departed rest in perfect peace.

Flackoo:
Sending my condolences to the family of the bereaved!! May God grant them succour in these trying times.
Amen to your prayers.
God bless you for your kind words.

For the children of hate, frustrations and perdition that only have negative and vile words for our soldiers,
The below is for them

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by ForeThinker: 4:11pm On Feb 21
WAHALA be like hunger e no send anybody
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by MANNABBQGRILLS: 4:11pm On Feb 21
tsephanyah:
Too bad
Very sad incident

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Deathisfree: 4:12pm On Feb 21
You sure say no be the craft way iPOB bomb them dey try cover ?

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Eriokanmi: 4:12pm On Feb 21
Haaa. They've "carried" their inept spirit and sense of nonchalance enter aviation. Nigeria's maintenance culture is so bad. Only God knows when last they carried out TAM on that jet and its engine. RIP to the dead.

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Muhylonaire007: 4:12pm On Feb 21
Hmmm
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by globalresource: 4:12pm On Feb 21
Cover up
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by donprinyo: 4:12pm On Feb 21
JOKERS
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by imhotep: 4:13pm On Feb 21
NwaNimo1:


A very

P athetic

C ountry

Both Mannabbqgrills and bambambiglo love APC dearly.

Cc lzaa msallison

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by GOFRONT(m): 4:13pm On Feb 21
I blame the Bandits..

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by horlarlorwor(m): 4:13pm On Feb 21
Once upon a time, there was a corntree called Niger Area
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by GamalNasser: 4:13pm On Feb 21
Very true, even in the US it's the same the NTSB has no purview over them over military Aircraft accident except called in to assist with their experience in rare circumstances

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by kevweflex(m): 4:14pm On Feb 21
pity
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by SouthSouth1914: 4:14pm On Feb 21
I wonder for people whose neck are still deep in this government’s asss!!

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by seunlayi(m): 4:14pm On Feb 21
the wrist had happened already
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Paperworka: 4:14pm On Feb 21
MNK has warned all southerners to resign from this useless forces in Nigeria and they are still waiting to be killed
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by nairalee(m): 4:14pm On Feb 21
The heading is misleading. He said except invited. So they're awaiting invitation to investigate first
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Khaleepha5681: 4:16pm On Feb 21
NwaNimo1:


A very

P athetic

C ountry


How many definitions is APC going to have before 2023?
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by EndyEdesonNews(m): 4:17pm On Feb 21
who will investigate it now?
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Nairalandwizerd(m): 4:17pm On Feb 21
Fulls

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Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by Khaleepha5681: 4:18pm On Feb 21
horlarlorwor:
Once upon a time, there was a corntree called Niger Area

In very soon there shall be a country called the same

Things shall stand together

"Things fall apart" right now
Re: Abuja Crash: We Don’t Investigate Military Accidents – AIB by ena5four: 4:18pm On Feb 21
That's How Conspiracy Works, It's Conglomerate!

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