Cause of Osinbajo Chopper Crash
The whirlybird that sent Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo from Nigerian capital to Kabba in Kogi state, crash-landed as a results of “unusual weather condition”.
This was contained in a very statement discharged on Sat by Caverton Helicopters, the owners of the chopper.
Nigeria Daily Times had reported that the chopper crashed in Kabba, whereas conveying the vp to a rally of the All progressives Congress (APC) within the state.
The vice-president came out unhurt and straightaway continued on the campaign path within the state.
Caverton’s manager, Josiah Choms, conjointly confirmed investigation into the incident has commenced.
“An Augusta AW139 chopper, below management by Caverton Helicopters was concerned in a very mishap on landing in Kabba, Kogi State around 3pm nowadays (2nd Gregorian calendar month 2019) as a results of uncommon atmospheric condition.
“There were no injuries to the passengers or crew on board and that they were all quickly and safely exhausted.
“The relevant authorities are punctually enlightened and an investigation into the incident has commenced. We will, of course, support the authorities as needed.
“We want to reassure the general public and our varied stakeholders of our unwavering commitment to safety in all of our operations,” Choms said.