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Senate Chief Whip and Former Governor of Abia State, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu has reacted to the army aircraft crash in Abuja on Sunday.

DAILY POST had reported {that a} army plane, King Air 350 crashed on Sunday morning on the runway of the Abuja airport.

Nonetheless, the Air Drive Director of Public Relations and Data, Air Vice Marshall Ibikunle Daramola has disclosed that investigations into circumstances surrounding the crash have commenced.

Senator Kalu whereas reacting on Monday, in an announcement, condoled with households of the Air drive personnel who misplaced their lives within the crash.

Lamenting the unlucky incident, Senator Kalu expressed unhappiness whereas calling for an in depth investigation into the incident to establish the trigger to forestall a recurrence.

The ex-Abia Governor prayed to God to grant the departed personnel everlasting relaxation and provides their households the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss.

“On behalf of the folks of Abia North Senatorial District, I convey my honest and heartfelt condolences to members of the family of the victims of the aircraft crash.

“It’s certainly a devastating incident.

“The reason for the tragic crash have to be duly investigated to forestall recurrence.

“The departed souls might be remembered for his or her service to the nation”.

In the identical vein, the Nationwide Chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Ozonkpu Dr Victor Ike Oye, has condoled with the management of the Nigeria Air drive over the deadly crash of its plane.

In a terse assertion signed by the Nationwide Publicity Secretary of the get together, Barrister Tex Okechukwu, Oye regretted the lack of lives within the crash and prayed for the repose of the souls of the useless personnel.

He referred to as on the Chief of Air drive to order a direct investigation to unravel the distant explanation for the unlucky crash.

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