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NAF MI-35P HELICOPTER SUFFERS MISHAP  IN PORTHARCOURT                                                                            01-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     The Nigerian Airforce-NAF says its MI-35P helicopter has crashed at Port Harcourt, Rivers State today, 1st December.

According to a statement by Director of Public Relations and Information of NAF, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet says the unfortunate incident occurred at about 7.45 this morning shortly after the aircraft took off for an operation against economic saboteurs in Rivers State.

The statement noted with delight that the entire crew of 5 survived the crash with very minor injuries, and are currently being attended to at NAF medical center, Port Harcourt.

The statement notes that incident of this nature is yet again a grim reminder of the dangers associated with military flying and the risks NAF pilots and technicians experience in their onerous tasks of defending our nation and deterring criminal elements from their nefarious activities.

The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal Hasan Abubakar is currently in Port Harcourt to access the situation for himself, see to the well-being of the crew and give further directives.

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