- A report on how the Kaduna air crash which killed 11 Nigerian Army senior officers has been released
- Officials of the Accident Investigation Bureau handed over to the findings to authorities of the Nigerian Air Force
- The inquest was conducted by NAF safety officers and the AIB following a directive from the Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Oladayo Amao
Abuja - The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) said the interim report on the crash of a military aircraft in which the late Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Ibrahim Attahiru, and 10 others died in Kaduna state is ready.
Nigerian Air Force (NAF) spokesman Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet and Tunji Oketunbi, AIB General Manager (Public Affairs) made this known in a joint statement.
In a statement made available to Legit.ng, the Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Oladayo Amao had called for a joint investigation surrounding the air crash.
Four months after the aircraft crash, the Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of AIB, Engr Akin Olateru FNSE, on Wednesday, September 15, submitted an interim report on the sad incident to the Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Amao, at the NAF Headquarters, Abuja.
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The submitted report includes a total of 27 initial findings and eight immediate safety recommendations, which were made to NAF as well as other aviation-related agencies for immediate implementation.
It is expected that the final report will contain the flight data recorder readout, the reviewed operator’s and service provider’s standard operating procedures as well as other detailed analysis.
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Recall that the AIB had announced that its officials recovered the black box of the crashed NAF plane which claimed the life of the COAS.
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The bureau disclosed that the Flight Data Recorder and the Cockpit Voice Recorder from the crashed aircraft had been recovered and investigation has commenced.
The federal agency also stated that the next step is for investigators to download and analyse the information contained in the recorders at its flight safety laboratory, in Abuja.