Ibikunle Daramola received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the Nigerian Defence Academy as a member of the 39 Regular Course.He was commissioned into the Nigerian Air Force as a Regular Combatant Officer in September 1991.
The ugly incident involving one of the Nigerian Air Force's aircraft has been generating many reactions from Nigerian since report of the incident emerged.Seven persons onboard the aircraft lost their lives after the crash that has thrown many people into mourning.
Do you remember Nigeria's first female combat pilot? Today makes it a year after her death. Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile was the first-ever female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian Air Force. She contributed significantly to combat operations against insecurity in the northern states of Nigeria.
It was a sad Sunday today in Nigeria as seven of its Air Force officers lost their lives in the King Air 350 plane crash close to the Abuja Airport enroute Niger state.
Here are today's trending news MILITARY AIRCRAFT CRASHES IN ABUJA Military Aircraft have been reported to have crashed in Abuja leaving no survivor.
We must have all heard the tragick news of the plane crash which happened yesterday near Abuja airport, killing all seven passengers on board the plane.
Photos Speaks: See What Was Spotted On The Casket Of NAF Officers Who Died In A Plan Crash On Sunday
At this point in time in Nigeria, many people have been forced to mourn the demise of our gallant Air Force officers who have sacrificed their lives in the course of peace and unity of the country.
Painful Exit: NAF Reveals The Mission Its Personnel Were Sent To Accomplish Before The Plane Crashed
According to report from Sahara Reporters, The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has finally broken silence about the mission its personnel were sent to accomplish before they met their untimely death.
A military aircraft has crashes near Nnamdi Azikiwe International airport.This is as confirmed by the Airport authorities.The report has it that one military aircraft King Air B350i crashed near Abuja airport today Sunday.
Few hours after the crashed of the aircraft, King Air 350, belonging to the Nigeria Air Force was confirmed, the Nigeria Air Force released the names of the seven gallant officers who perished in the military in the crashed in Abuja on Sunday morning, February 21. A statement from the Director
After a military aircraft crashed a few yards off the runway at Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport in Abuja, seven people lost their lives.
A military aircraft King Air 306 crashed in Abuja on Sunday, February 21, 2021.According to reports, the aircraft was said to have crashed in Abuja close to the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport runway following report of engine failure en route to Minna.
"The NAF Personnel Who Died In A Plane Crash Were On A Rescue Mission For The Abducted Student"- Ahmad... According to reports, the Military aircraft which crashed earlier yesterday was returning to Nnmadi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja, after reporting engine failure while on its way to Minna. The disclosure is contained
It was a sad day in Abuja yesterday after the plane crash that happened, seven people were reported to have died in that crash which was caused by an engine failure.The aircraft that crashed was a Beechcroft KingAir B350i.
The Nigerian government says it has launched an investigation after a Nigerian airliner crashed in the capital, Abuja.Air Vice Marshal Ibikunle Daramola, spokesman for the Nigerian Air Force, said all seven people on board died in the crash.
Nigerian Air Force(NAF) spokesman, Ibikunle Daramola has stated that the officers who died in Yesterday's aircraft crash were on a mission to rescue the abducted Kagara school children.
On Sunday was black Sunday in Nigeria, as military aircraft that was fully loaded with officers, who have been protecting Nigeria for a long crashed in Abuja on their way to a special mission.
On Sunday February 21, a tragic incident befell the Nation in what seem to be a black Sunday.It was reported that a Nigerian military aircraft crashed close to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja.
Today is no doubt a day Nigerians will forever remember as a Military aircraft crashed after reporting an engine failure enroute Minna.Air vice Marshall, Ibikunle Daramola took to his tweeter page to confirm the sad and heartbreaking news.
The wife of the Nigerian Air Force personal who was killed in February has married his older brother.Note that late Abubakar was among the NAF personnel killed during a gun duel with armed bandits at Ungwan Laya near Birnin Gwari on Saturday, February 13.