- The management of Caverton helicopters say all passengers and crew on-board the Augusta helicopter which crashed in Kogi state suffered no injuries
- The company notes that it has informed the relevant authorities about the incident and that investigation into the crash had commenced
The management of Caverton helicopters has said unusual weather condition caused the helicopter conveying Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to crash in Kogi state on Saturday, February 2.
The company which owns the helicopter that crashed landed in Kogi in a statement on Saturday night, February 2, noted that the passengers and crew on-board the Augusta helicopter that crashed suffered no injuries. It said they were all safely evacuated.
The firm explained that it had informed the relevant authorities about the incident and that investigation into the crash had commenced.
The management of Caverton also reassured the public of its commitment to ensure that high standard of safety is carried out in all its operations.
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has thanked God for sparing the life of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and others on board a helicopter which crash-landed in Kogi state on Saturday, February 2.
Buhari in telephone call he made to the vice president on Saturday said he was impressed with the tenacious spirit displayed by Osinbajo which enabled him to continue on his campaign engagement after surviving the crash, presidential aide, Garba Shehu noted in a statement released on Sunday, February 3.
The president prayed for God continue to protect Osinbajo and all those on-board with him in the incident. He also asked God to grant Osinbajo more good health and long life to serve Nigeria.
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