The former General Officer Commanding 1 Division of the Nigerian Army, Major General Danjuma Ali-Keffi, has provided information regarding the circumstances leading up to the jet accident that killed General Ibrahim Attahiru, the former Chief of Army Staff. He emphasized the victims’ first absence from the debris and related the sad finding of the bodies some distance away, burned to ashes. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
According to his statement in an interview with Arise TV, ”There was no Corpses around, it was later that we saw the corpses some distance away aircraft. And unfortunately, they were on fire. Apparently, they were in flames. If there wasn’t a mid-air explosion, they would have been strapped to their seats. But that was not the case, they were flung out of the aircraft. He suggested that had there not been a mid-air explosion, the bodies of the victims and the general would have remained in their seats. Despite not being well-versed in aviation, he used common sense to suggest that a mid-air explosion took place, causing passengers to be expelled from the plane. Additionally, he mentioned that the wreckage and debris observed did not generate enough force to create an impact crater.
I’m not an expert in aviation but common sense shows that an explosion happened mid-air and that was why they were flown out. And that was why the aircraft did not come out in full form. It came out in debris, and wreckage and did not have that force to cause crater on the ground.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>