Minister of Power Adelabu Assures Safety Following Aircraft Crash
Minister of Power, Adebayo Adelabu, has moved to allay concerns regarding his safety in the wake of a recent aircraft incident. The incident involved a private jet, HS 125 aircraft, operated by Flint Aero, which crash-landed near the Samuel Ladoke Akintola Airport in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State.
The crash occurred on Friday night, prompting questions about the well-being of the minister and his aides.
Details of the Aircraft Incident
The HS 125 aircraft had taken off from Abuja Airport, en route to Ibadan, with the incident taking place during the landing procedure.
The aircraft crash-landed in the vicinity of the airport runway in Ibadan, and it was reported that the pilot had received clearance for landing prior to the incident.
Thankfully, all individuals on board, including the crew, were safely evacuated from the aircraft.
Extent of Damage
While the passengers and crew emerged unharmed, the aircraft sustained significant damage during the crash-landing.
It was a concerning situation, but the immediate focus was on ensuring the safety of everyone on board.
An anonymous aide of Minister Adebayo Adelabu emphasized that the incident had not perturbed the minister.
According to the aide, Minister Adelabu viewed the incident as a minor occurrence and had taken it in stride.
The fact that none of the passengers suffered injuries in the incident was a reassuring aspect for the minister and his team.
The aide further stated that there was no cause for concern as everyone on board the aircraft safely disembarked without any issues.
This optimistic outlook from the minister and his team underscores their confidence in the safety measures and response protocols during the incident.
Minister Adebayo Adelabu’s composure and the absence of injuries among the passengers are encouraging aspects of this aircraft incident.
The incident has prompted discussions about aviation safety and the importance of prompt response to ensure the well-being of passengers and crew.