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VIDEO: VP Osinbajo testifies in church after surviving helicopter crash

VIDEO: VP Osinbajo Testifies In Church After Surviving Helicopter Crash

Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has in a new video taken to RCCG church to testify for surviving the Helicopter Crash in Kogi state yesterday.

Watch the video below; (press play)

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Recall we brought you reports about the Vice President escaped death after the helicopter conveying him crash-landed in Kabba, Kogi State.

According to an aide of the Vice-President, Laolu Akande, who confirmed the incident he wrote; “VP Osinbajo’s Chopper crash lands in Kabba, but he and the entire crew safe,” Akande tweeted. “He is continuing with his engagements and plans for the day in Kogi State.”

Meanwhile, Babafemi Ojudu, a political adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari, on Sunday thanked safety measures and quick response of security personnel for saving himself and 11 others who were in the helicopter that crashed on Saturday.

Mr Ojudu was on the delegation of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo when the accident occurred as their chopper was landing in Kabba, Kogi State.

The incident occurred around 3:00 p.m. Messrs Osinbajo and Ojudu escaped unhurt with 10 other persons on the helicopter. The minister of state for labour and productivity, Stephen Ocheni, was also onboard.

Osinbajo testifies in church

Caverton Group, an air charter service which operated the Augusta A139 helicopter, blamed “unusual weather conditions” for the crash in a preliminary statement. Further investigations are expected.

The vice president spoke shortly after the incident, saying he was alive and well and that campaign activities for the upcoming presidential elections would continue as scheduled.

Nigerians of divergent political and religious affiliations have congratulated Mr Osinbajo and all others in the fated helicopter.

Osinbajo testifies in church

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