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Meet The Pilots That Flew The King Air 350 Aircraft That Crashed In Abuja

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Tragedy hit the Nigerian Air space yesterday as military aircraft King Air 350 crashed short short of the Abuja runway after reporting engine failure en-route Minna.

It was indeed a sad incident as 6 personnel were recorded dead during the crash.

The pilot who flew the aircraft is Flight lieutenant Gadzama .Flt Lt Gadzama was a proper child of NAF Base Kaduna. Child of a retired officer, attended Air Force Primary & Air Force Secondary schools on the base & ended up as a pilot in the Air Force.

The co-pilot, alongside Flt Lt Gadzama who drove the military aircraft King Air 350 that crashed short of the Abuja runway. May their souls rest in peace

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Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs

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Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs

The president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs in State House on Friday, March 5, 2021.

The new  Service Chiefs are relied upon to battle and win the war against terrorism, banditry, kidnapping and other insecurity issues affecting the growth of the country.

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Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs Photos: President Buhari decorates Newly appointed Service Chiefs

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Photos: President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building

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President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building

The president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari presides over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building which took place on Wednesday, March 4, 2021.

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President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building President Buhari Presides Over Virtual Commissioning of the Newly completed Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building

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Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients

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Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients

Nigeria launched the COVID-19 immunization, today, March 5, 2021, which occurred at the Trauma Center, National Hospital Abuja today.

Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients

Dr Cyprian Ngong, a Nigerian turned into the first recipient to get the shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients

Review that on Tuesday, March 2, the Federal government got 3.92 million dosages of the immunizations from India.

Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients Nigeria Starts COVID-19 Vaccination With Health Workers In Abuja As First Recipients

Health care workers were booked as the first to get the antibodies. President Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, have been scheduled to take the antibodies on Saturday, March 6, 2021.

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