Nine Months after, another Airforce aircraft crashes, two military Officers feared dead in Kaduna




…Daily killings, insecurity make Nigeria most unsafe place- Adamu

Barely Nine Months another Nigerian Air Force (NAF) aircraft has crashed, two pilots feared dead.

Newssphere gathered that on Tuesday night that the incident occurred “some hours ago”.

It is unclear the cause of the crash at the time of filing the report.

NAF Director of Public Relations, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet did not take phone calls for a reaction.

The spokesman’s number was off when called again before press time

Recall that on July 18 2021, a NAF fighter plane went down while on a mission in the North-West.

After initial denial, the military confirmed the mishap in a statement the next day.

NAF explained that Alpha aircraft was returning an air interdiction between the boundaries of Zamfara and Kaduna States.

Bandits opened fire which led to its crash in Zamfara. The pilot, Flight Lieutenant Abayomi Dairo survived.

Meanwhile in another development, no fewer than three persons have been confirmed killed following a bomb explosion that rocked a drinking joint at a cattle market in Iware Community, a suburb of Ardo-Kola Local Government Area of Taraba State.

At least 19 other persons have also been confirmed injured and receiving treatment at various health centres within the community and beyond.

The Police Public Relations Officer Abdullahi Usman confirmed the attack.

Daily killings, insecurity make Nigeria most unsafe place- Adamu

Reacting to the development in a chat with

Nigerian Newssphere on Tuesday night, a security expert, the Chief Executive Officer

Beacon Security Consult Dr. Kabiru Adamu, daily insecurity occurrences, make Nigeria one of the most unsafe place to live.

Commenting on the aircraft crash, he dismissed possible claim that it could be as a result of enemy attack.

He disclosed that the crash may be as a result of several other factors ranging from human error, mechanical fault of weather.

However, he noted that it is only through an investigation the actual  reason for the crash can be revealed.

“The two issues are unrelated. The crashed air force aircraft absolutely did not fall as a result of enemy action. It may be as a result of several other factors ranging from human error, mechanical fault of weather.

Only an investigation will reveal the true reason for the crash.

“The Taraba incident was as a result of explosion. At this stage it is not known of the explosion was caused by a malicious detonation or by a safety fault. Again only an investigation will reveal what was the cause.

“Irrespective, the two issues reflect the various security and safety as well hazard issues that affect day to day living in Nigeria. Making Nigeria one of the unsafest places to leave in the world.

“It calls for an enhanced approach to national safety and security issues to avoid the wanton killing of Nigerians and to address the safety issues in the country”, he said.