Flight operations in and out of ilorin international airport have resumed.
The air peace passenger aircraft filled to capacity had a burst tyre, which resulted in the blockage of the runway and a total shut down of operations on july 23 but was evacuated and moved to the hanger of the nigerian airforce, located within the airport,
Meanwhile, the passengers onboard who reportedly escaped death by the whiskers when the aircraft burst its tyre while landing and a bang affected the cabin which led to luggage falling on them have been advised to commenced their procedures as the situation is being checked.
Ondo state governor, oluwarotimi akeredolu, has decried the rate at which churches fail to adhere to the covid-19 protocols in the state.
Governor akeredolu, during the opening of the 3rd session of the 13th synod of owo diocese held in okeluse in ose local government area of the state observed with disappointment that delegates and clerics at the synod did not comply with the covid-19 protocols despite the population at the church.
The governor however admonished the people on the need to continue to adhere strictly to covid-19 protocols in order to prevent the delta variant of the disease from spreading into the state particularly since the recent vaccination had not covered the larger part of the population.
A group of niger delta militants has threatened to resume attacks on oil installations in the region due to the three per cent allocated to host communities in the recently passed petroleum industry bill, pib, by the national assembly.
The group, niger delta revolutionary crusaders, ndrc, vowed to resume attacks on oil installations due to the three per cent allocation, threatening that its commanders would fight until the bill is reviewed
In a statement issued to journalists, spokesperson of the group, izon-ebi, described the percentage allocation to host communities as unfavourable, stressing that the pib is a coup against people of niger delta.
It would be recalled that the national assembly had recently passed the pib, which allocates three percent to host communities, sparking criticism among nigerians.