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LASG Urges residents not to Panic as Nigerian Airforce Commences Night Flying Training In Lagos



Nigeria Air forceLagos State Government has advised Lagosians not to panic as the Nigerian Air Force commences night flying training exercise in the state tonight.

The exercise according to the State’s Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Steve Ayorinde, is to commence April 18th to 23rd between 7 PM and 11 PM daily.

This exercise will involve the usage of the C-130 Hercules Aircraft by the Nigerian Air Force and the 201 Heavy Airlift Group.

The Commissioner further explained that the C-130 Hercules Air craft will fly very low in some locations across the State, but assured that residents should not panic as all precautionary and safety measures have been put in place.

He assured that residents should go about their normal duties, as the exercise is to be conducted with a very insignificant discomfort.

He said that the only downside of the training “is the low flying nature of the air craft and the increase in noise level which will be noticed during the six days exercise, only along the training routes.”


  1. lettherebepeace

    April 18, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    i take it that LASG has gone MAD!!!! so after spending 3 hours in traffic, getting home to no light and the sound of my neighbors generator causing a ruckus, you will now add helicopter noise to it? una wan make i craze? Please go and practice in another state that needs the noise else i will sue for noise pollution. (i am not joking)

  2. creebhills

    April 18, 2016 at 5:44 pm

    oshey, nigeria’s Navy Seals about to be Unleashed, Brings me Sad memories of the late Nollywood actor JT tom West. am sure a few would know thats if you where born at that time

  3. ese

    April 18, 2016 at 11:00 pm

    If you want us not to panic,don’t tell us not to panic….of course we will panic

  4. nnenne

    April 19, 2016 at 3:07 am

    You can imagine what the other military heads of state stole.

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