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Thursday, 13 June 2013


The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has dismissed the report of a plane crash in Lagos describing it as a hoax .
In a statement by the Managing Director of the agency, Mazi Nnamdi Udoh said, ” the attention of (NAMA) has been drawn to a purported plane crash yesterday at Igando, a suburb in Lagos State.”

‘’ This morning, we were inundated with phone calls and enquiries over a crash involving a small aircraft but there is nothing like that ,it is a hoax because our system did not capture any missing plane’’,the managing director of the agency, Engr. Mazi Nnamdi Udoh affirmed in Lagos on Thursday while dispelling
the rumour.

NAMA boss said in a statement that the aircraft in question is actually a junk one belonging to Late Apostle Gabriel Oduyemi of Bethel Ministries and had long been parked at a NAMA facility up till Wednesday night when it was eventually removed. “The aircraft was actually released to Captain M.J.Ekehinde who will be using it for educational purposes in Badagry, Lagos.

A cross section of the wings was removed to ease transportation to
its new location. The aircraft at Sanya Bus stop along Oshodi – Apapa Expressway

“I affirm again that NAMA facilities are working at optimal level and this could have assisted in detecting any missing plane within the nation’s airspace. While we appreciate the concern of the public on sighting the plane at an unusual site, we urge that people should always contact police and local government officials for proper information before spreading the news on incident involving any aircraft.”

It will be recalled that the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, had earlier issued a week ultimatum to owners of abandoned airplanes in all airports in the country to evacuate them immediately, saying it constituted security threat to the country.

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