Photos: Several Feared Dead As Helicopter Crashed In Kaduna State


An Air Force helicopter, was reported to have crashed at the site of the old National Defence Academy in Kaduna state. According to Daily Post, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA)  has confirmed that all seven passengers on board did not survive the crash. The flight was said to have crashed 10

Seven Dead in Helicopter Crash in Kaduna


Seven died in a helicopter crash at the old site of the Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna , Northwest Nigeria. The aircraft was a chopper belonging to the Nigerian Air Force and the casualties include all four crew members and three passengers.

Nigeria Air Force Chief sets up panel to probe copter crash

Chief of Air Staff, AVM Sadiq Abubakar Nigeria Chief of Air Staff, CAS Air Marshall Sadique Abubakar has set up an investigation panel headed by an Air Vice Marshal to unravel the cause of the crash of Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Dornier-228 aircraft, with call sign NAF030 into a house

Seven Die In Kaduna Helicopter Crash

Seven people have been killed after an aircraft belonging to the Nigerian Air Force  crashed at the old site of the Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna , Northwest Nigeria.The casualties include all four crew members and three passengers.

Photos from Peter Bello’s Memorial Service with Friends, Family & Colleagues in Attendance


A memorial service was held in honour of Peter Bello, one of the two pilots who passed in the Bristow Helicopter crash. As friends and family of Peter Kayode Bello mourn his passing away, a service of songs was held on Monday, August 17 at the Catholic Church of Divine Mercy in Lekki,

NNPC commiserates with victims of copter crash

Remains of the crashed Bristow helicopterPhoto: Idowu Ogunleye Dr Ibe Kachikwu, the Group Managing Director (GMD) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), has commiserated with victims of the helicopter crash at Oworosonki, Lagos, on Wednesday.

Lagos Helicopter Crash: Bristow Helicopters Releases Official Statement


On August 12, Wednesday, a helicopter flying in from Port-Harcourt crashed into the Oworosoki end of the Lagos lagoon. On the next day the management of Bristow Helicopters Limited, owners of the helicopter, released a statement in which they promised to assist survivors and families of the dead victims.

3 Reported Dead in Lagos Lagoon Helicopter Crash


A helicopter belonging to Bristow Helicopters crashed into the lagoon near the Oworonshoki end of the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos. The National Emergency Management Agency and the Nigerian Police carried out rescue operations and it was learnt that 3 out of the 12 people onboard died in the lagoon