SHOCKING NEWS! Plane Boarding Nigerian Celebrities Gordons, Tekno, And Flavour From Lagos Develops Mechanical Fault 8minutes After Take-off!

SHOCKING NEWS! Plane Boarding Nigerian Celebrities Gordons, Tekno, And Flavour From Lagos Develops Mechanical Fault 8minutes After Take-off!

SHOCKING NEWS! Plane Boarding Nigerian Celebrities Gordons, Tekno, And Flavour From Lagos Develops Mechanical Fault 8minutes After Take-off!

Nigerian comedian, Gordons, took to Instagram to thank God after being saved from an airplane mishap today alongside Tekno, Flavour and their band boys.

Gordons who disclosed that they were on their way to Accra for an event, said 8 minutes into their flight, the plane’s pilot announced that the airplane had a fault and flew them back to Lagos.The video he shared on Instagram came with the caption;

My heart is overwhelmed with gratitude for what God did for me and my colleagues today.help me praise him

Recall also that in 2017, a Medview Airline flight from Lagos to Yola was aborted after the pilot observed a fault in the aircraft’s cooling system while preparing for take-off.

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Mr Obuke Oyibhota, a media consultant to Medview Airline, confirmed the incident in Lagos. Oyibhota said the aircraft, carrying over 100 persons, was still taxiing at the runway of the Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos, when the fault was observed.

“The incident happened around midday. The aircraft did not make an air return. The plane was taxiing when the Captain in charge noticed that the cabin was hot.

“If he had taken off, it could have stabilised the cooling system but as a precautionary measure, he taxied back to base.

“That was what happened and nobody was hurt. The said aircraft is on ground and our team of engineers are examining the aircraft to ascertain what led to it,” he said.

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According to him, the passengers disembarked and were transferred to another aircraft to continue their journey to Yola en route Abuja. He added that the action of the pilot was in accordance with the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).