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Thursday, March 08, 2018

Federal Government Orders Full Audit of Dana Airline Over Recent Crashes

The federal government has ordered a full audit of the operations of Dana Air in the country. This followed mishaps involving the airline in recent times.





 On February 8, one of the emergency doors of an aircraft belonging to Dana off at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.


Two weeks after, another Dana flight overshot the runway of the Port Harcourt International Airport, Rivers state. Although no life was lost in the incidents, many have called on the government not to allow things get out of hand before taking action.


At the federal executive council meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari, council resolved that the airline should be audited. According to Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu; “A lot of quality time was spent discussing air safety. The government of Nigeria is very much concerned about safety and the life of Nigerians, this is following the recent air incidents minor as they were because they are no fatalities, the government did feel concern and the minister did the report to the council on steps that were taken following the last incident in Port Harcourt, Dana aircraft overshooting the runaway.


Consequently as announced by the aviation authorities, the engineer and Pilot of that particular aircraft got their licences both suspended and beyond that the government has ordered a complete audit of Dana airlines in terms of personnel, operations, technical capacity.
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10 comments:

  1. The Government suddenly become proactive because this one affects the rich okwaya?
    What are u doing about our unsafe roads?

    Just Krix!

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  2. They are just afraid that they may be affected or die in a crash in the process of they wanting to loot Nigerians' money. They are not ordering the audit because they care for Nigerians ..

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  3. That's a good move. Before what happened before will happen again.

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  4. Before they send like 120 to an unknown destination

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  5. Good one!Positive way forward

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  6. If they will really follow it up, it will be nice

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  7. I'm sure one powerful politician was aboard the plane hence they taking action.mtcheeew

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