President Buhari Escapes Air Crash As Presidential Jet Develops Fault
Calamity was averted as the president miraculously escaped an air crash, SaharaReporters learned, the president plane developed a fault and lost control for many hours
despite the huge money allocated for the upkeep of the presidential air fleet, there is still a gap to be covered, the presidential planes is poorly maintained and serviced
According to SaharaReporters that the aircraft “a Boeing Business Jet (Boeing 737-800) developed a fault while the President and his entourage were returning to Abuja on Saturday, September 25
Sources said the aircraft was subsequently moved to Euro Airport in Germany on September 29 and arrived at 4.15 pm after leaving the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport at 9.48 am, with the Nigerian government paying €5,000 (Euros) (N2,385,000 at the official rate of N477 to €1) per night as parking fee.
This means by Thursday, October 28, the Muhammadu Buhari-led government has paid €145,000 (N69,165,000) as parking fee for the aircraft”
“The Presidential Boeing Business Jet registration number 5N-FGT developed a fault during his trip from New York. He traveled to Saudi Arabia with a smaller jet. A Falcon 7X jet with registration number 5N-FGV. No picture of his departure to Saudi Arabia was released to avoid the public knowing about the jet he traveled with,”
“The one that developed fault has been moved to EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg, Germany for repairs since September. It is registered and operated under another name AMACGND. They intentionally hid it and parked it under another name because it cost €5,000 (Euros) for parking per night.”