Lovely Photos Surface as Ex-COAS Buratai Is Flown by Son from Sokoto to Abuja

Lovely Photos Surface as Ex-COAS Buratai Is Flown by Son from Sokoto to Abuja

  • Tukur Buratai, the immediate past COAS, felt really proud and happy to be flown by his son on an Arik Air aircraft o Thursday, December 8
  • Via his Facebook page, the former Nigerian Army boss said he was flown by his son from Sokoto to Abuja
  • Buratai said his son and one other captain, Ahmed Musa, were the crew members on board the flight

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Former Chief of Army Staff (COAS) and immediate-past Nigeria’s Ambassador to Benin Republic, Gen. Tukur Yusuf Buratai (rtd) was flown by his son, Tukur Buratai Jnr, on Arik Air flight from Sokoto to Abuja on Thursday, December 9.

Buratai, feeling really impressed and happy, said his son and the captain in charge, Ahmed Musa, were a perfect combination.

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Tukur Yusuf Buratai
Buratai is feeling really proud of his son (Photo: Tukur Yusuf Buratai)
Source: Facebook

The former Nigerian Army boss, according to Joe Igbokwe, wrote on Facebook:

"Felt very proud. A perfect combination with his Captain Ahmed Musa. Very courteous Cabin Crew. God bless you all."

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Buratai revealed that only the people could decide if he would contest for any political office in the near future.

He made this known on Tuesday, November 22, in Abuja at the launch of a book and animated movie titled "The Legend of Buratai", written by Dr Abubakar Mohammed Sani.

When asked if he still wants to be of service to Nigeria despite serving in the military for decades, Buratai said:

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"I don't know, it is the people that can decide, it is what you people want that will be done and I don't know when."

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