Heartbreaking Photos From The Burial Of 7 Air force Officers Who Lost Their Lives In Abuja Plane Crash.
Few days ago, multiple reports made it known that seven Nigeria Airforce Officers lost their lives in a plane crash causes by engine failure.
It should be recall that the aircraft belonging to the Nigerian military crashed close to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport ABUJA while returning from Minna, capital of Niger state.
Hours after the incident, names and photos of the victims were released on social media.
Names of the victims in the above picture include, Sgt Ugochukwu Oluka, Aircraftman Adewale Johnson, Flight Lt Haruna Gadzama, Flight Lt. Henry Piyo, Flying Officer Michael Okpara, Warrant Officer Basset Etim and Flight Sgt. Olasunkanmi Olawunmi.
Burial of the seven Nigerian Air Force men that died in last Sunday's Beechcraft King Air B359i crash took place at the National Cemetery, Lugbe, Airport Road, Abuja where there families could not control their tears as you can see in the pictures below.
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