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  • Frits Westra
    Tue, 03 Feb 2004 04:19:46 GMT UFO Crash: FG Urged to Act Fast http://www.thisdayonline.com/news/20040203news42.html Executive Director of the Nigerian Aviation
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      Tue, 03 Feb 2004 04:19:46 GMT

      UFO Crash: FG Urged to Act Fast

      http://www.thisdayonline.com/news/20040203news42.html

      Executive Director of the Nigerian Aviation Safety Initiative (NASI),
      Capt. Jerry Agbeyegbe, has called on the Federal Government not to
      foreclose and treat as a non-issue, the reported sighting of the crash of
      an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) at Goshen Beach, Lagos.

      Agbeyegbe reviewed the reported sighting of the unidentified aircraft
      crashing into the ocean, against a background that no Nigerian operator
      had reported any missing aircraft and that inquiries with neighbouring
      countries yielded negative response. He said the search should not be
      called off until a more determined and comprehensive search of the ocean
      bed has being conducted.

      Agbeyegbe faulted the decision of the Ministry of Aviation to call off the
      search merely on account that no local or neighbouring operator had
      reported losing any aircraft. "We view as premature, any attempt to put
      the lid on the search at this time especially against the categorical
      statement of Jenin Bowen, a member of the search team from Critical Rescue
      Intemational who insists after preliminary search that there is an
      aircraft in the waters.

      "Indeed, unless the sighting can be rationally explained or the state of
      mind of eye witnesses called to question, NASI believes that the
      government has a responsibility in ensuring that the mystery surrounding
      the crashed UFO is unraveled. The fact that no aircraft is missing, even
      makes it more demanding for government to resolve the mystery, certainly,
      it should be viewed from the angle of National Security,its said

      The statement asked, 'where did the aircraft depart from? Who is the
      operator and who were the occupants? What was its mission? Why was there
      no flight plan filed as required by aviation regulations? We sincerely
      believe that these and many more questions are begging for answers which
      should keep the aviation authorities and our security services occupied",
      the statement said.

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