A private aircraft belonging to one of the subsidiaries of Nigeria’s leading aircraft hire companies has crashed in a Central African country
An aircraft belonging to Caverton Aviation Cameroon has crashed in Douala, Gatekeepers News has authoritatively gathered.
The private aircraft is on Cameroonian registration and had on board eleven people. None of the passengers survived the crash.
The aircrat was flown by a female pilot, according to our sources.
The pilot, according to close sources, is the niece of a former Senate President from the North Central part of Nigeria.
Gatekeepers News also gathered that the lady pilot is believed to be in her 30s, while other information about identity of the passengers and manifest is yet to be known.
The crash has thrown the people close to the story in confusion as they await confirmation and identification of the people on board.
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Cameroon Civil Aviation, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and Accidents Investigation Bureau are being asked to investigate the crash and give more wholesome details of the situation.
Caverton Aviation Cameroon is a subsidiary of Caverton Offshore Support Group based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Local reports in Cameroon said a plane crash happened in the country with the aircraft believed to be flying from Yaounde Nsimalen Airport to Belabo. The mini aircraft was reported in Cameroon to have lost radio contact before it crashed.