Nigerian former senator, Shehu Sani, in a video which he shared via his social media handle, Twitter to be precise, has indirectly exposed an act of negligence in the Nigerian Aviation Industry after onboard passengers were forced to exit the plane's cabin because of heat, following a detected glitch in the aircraft's air conditioner.
In the released video, former senator Shehu Sani, not because he has gotten to his destination, could be seen coming down from a plane, while there were some other persons standing around in the staircase.
Photos: Screenshots from Shehu Sani's video.
What is the situation that necessitated it?
Shehu Sani revealed that all the onboard passengers of the aircraft owned by one of the top-flight companies in Nigeria, as could be seen in the video, were forced to exit the cabin because of heat.
The distinguished former senator, Shehu Sani, captioning the video to give a hint on what had happened, said, “today; no gas in the Aircraft AC,” and as such, “we rushed out of the heat in the cabin and waited by the steps for them to fill up.”
The question now is, was this plane screened and cleared for take-off? Possibly, yes! Else, passengers wouldn't have been allowed to board the aircraft before it was 'discovered' that the Air conditioner lacked gas. And as such, gives out that there may be some atoms of negligence in the Nigeria Aviation Industry.
What would have been the situation if the gas of the aircraft's Air conditioner gets exhausted midway in the air? The aviation industry needs to be more proactive.
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