According to his spokesperson Olawale Rasheed, Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke managed to escape a plane incident yesterday. Rasheed, who claimed sabotage, said there were clear signs that the plane’s two engines had been modified prior to takeoff. According to reports, Adeleke and a few of his assistants narrowly avoided an aeroplane catastrophe on September 5, 2023. According to other reports, Adedeji Adeleke, his older brother, and a millionaire businessman, was flying a private jet when it caught fire before takeoff from Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos. Adedeji Adeleke was also on board.
The highly technical aircraft was carefully kept, had the best technical personnel, and was never left empty so that birds could construct nests, according to Rasheed. In contrast to the hanger owner’s assertion that birds’ nests were to blame for the tragedy, birds’ nests are typically built of straw rather than wire in this instance. The near-fatal situation was prevented, in his words, “shortly after boarding and less than two minutes after beginning of taxiing on the tarmac.
The pilots quickly ordered the passengers to leave the aircraft after hearing an early warning noise from the engines. The entire event took place in five minutes.
“Early internal inquiry reports suggested sabotage. However, the incident is currently under investigation by local and international authorities. However, we want to reassure the general public that Governor Adeleke and his staff are secure and that neither an injury nor an external explosion occurred aboard the aircraft.
The governor conveyed his gratitude to the well-wishers and supporters who had called ever since the tragedy was reported, the author said. The governor is healthy and strong.