The sad incident that happened on Sunday is such that many Nigerians won't forget in a hurry.However, this unfortunate ordeal took my mind back to some Nigerian Pilots who had lost their lives in the past after they were involved in an Accident.
These Nigerian Heroesand Heroines Cannot Be Forgotten in Nigeria.Tolulope Arotile entered the list of heroes in Nigeria that the Nigerian people will always remember. There braveness and names will forever be remembered from our children, grandchildren, great grandchildren or from this generation to other generations. Here is a list of heroes in Nigeria. Squadron Leader Mohammed Bello Baba Ari was born on 2 September 1986 in Yobe state. He lost his life during a fatal crash in jet after he tested rehearsal during
For a pilot to be selected to participate in an air show on the celebration of his country’s independence anniversary must have been a dream come true, but for Squadron Leader Mohammed Bello Baba-Ari, that dream will never see the light of day. It was barely 26 days after his 32nd birthday , that Squadron Leader Mohammed Bello Baba-Ari, one of the most prolific fighter pilots in NAF and his fellow Nigerian Air Force (NAF) pilots took to the skies to rehearse their air display in preparation for the air parade
Remember A Pilot Who Died During Nigeria Independence Day 2 Years Ago From Air Plane Crash. (Photos)
Such is life. Nigeria as a country have lost future leaders who died as a result of celebrating their father's land. Today is Independence day and we need to remember one of the Nigerian Pilot identify as Squadron Leader Mohammed Bello Baba-Ari that died two years ago from a crash during Air Force rehearsal for an aerial display to commemorate the country’s 58th Independence anniversary. According to newsmen the Air Force confirmed the incident in a statement that, "three pilots had ejected from their aircrafts