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Missing NAF Alpha Jet 475 Found in Bama With Body Of One Of The Pilots

Nigerian Air Force fighter jet that went missing last week have been found in Bama, Borno State.

According to a source, the ops wreckage of the fighter jet was found with the body of one of the pilots intact.

The pilot was Flight Lieutenant Chapele Ebiakpo. He, however, said the body of the other pilot, Flight Lieutenant John Abolarinwa, is still being searched for, explaining that troops on the ground have been asked to intensify their search.

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It was gathered from a source that last night, the jet, which took off from Maiduguri Airport crashed five minutes after take-off at an estimated altitude of 15,000 feet, explaining that at that height no missile by Boko Haram could have hit and brought it down.

The source said:

“Given what we have seen, the jet could not have been hit by any missile. It must have been caused by a technical fault that would be revealed by ongoing investigations,”


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15 COMMENTS

  1. Technical fault can arise from two things; A faulty jet or bad weather condition. If its due to the former, then govt should really do something about it. Jets, planes etc should be in top working condition before they are allowed to fly

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