Not long after Vice President Yemi Osinbajo escaped injury when his helicopter crash-landed in Kogi State, he continued with his campaigns in the state.
However, the incident did not deter the vice president from continuing with his engagements according to a statement issued by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mr Laolu Akande.
"The NAF wishes to state categorically that the helicopter that crashed in Kabba does not belong to the NAF or 011 PAF".
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Fani-Kayode also noted that the circumstances surrounding the chopper's crash were similar to the one that killed former National Security Adviser Andrew Azazi and former Kaduna State Governor Patrick Yakowa.
The Vice President tweeted on his verified official handle @ProfOsinbajo: "We are safe and sound!" Everyone came out safely after the incident. We are also grateful for the tremendous expressions of concern and affection, as well as prayers from all.
"The relevant authorities have been duly informed and an investigation into the incident has commenced".
"God has kept us safe and alive, delivered us from death so we can do more for our people and country", he said. We are marching on for indeed we can do all things through Christ that strengthens us!"Aknade said. For me, sanctity of life goes beyond politics and I pray that God will continue to safeguard his life".