Report has it that the chief of Army Staff Ibrahim Attahiru have been killed in a Plane Crash. The Airforce plane conveying the Chief of Army Staff and his entourage reportedly crashed in Kaduna State.
Death is something inevitable.When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country.Service to one's country that ends so tragically is the highest form of patriotism.
Nigerian Military plane carrying the Chief of Army Staff, Ibrahim Attahiru, and other top military personnel has reportedly crashed.
According to sources, the aircraft crashed at the Kaduna international airport at about 6 pm.
Although the report of the incident is sketchy, information reaching Newsmen indicated that there is no survivor in the crash.
Barely four months into his appointment, Nigeria Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen Attahiru Ibrahim died in a plane crash in Kaduna alongside other senior military officers. May their souls Rest In Peace!.
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