Nigeria is launching a review of its civil aviation oversight system following the fatal June 3 crash of a Dana Air MD-83, with the country’s aviation minister, Stella Oduah, ordering a panel to convene next week to review “technical and administrative practices.” The announcement comes as Harold Demuren, the head of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), is facing calls for his resignation, and the Nigerian senate is demanding he be suspended. Nigeria historically has a poor ...
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