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Cessna 208B Caravan Aircraft

Among the report was the accident involving former governor of Taraba state, late Danbaba Suntai, who flew a Cessna 208B Caravan aircraft which crashed on October 25, 2012, near Yola airport, Adamawa state capital, and left him in a critical state before his death in 2017.

AIB: Ex-Govenor Suntai wasn’t certified to fly ill-fated Cessna aircraft In 2012

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has released its final reports of investigation into four accidents and two serious incidents that occurred between 2012 and 2018.

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