Gov. AbdulRazaq meets Chief of Air Marshal, acknowledge past misdeed of Ilorin Aviation Sch. Seeks for fresh partnership

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The Governor of Kwara State AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq was on Wednesday met with the Nigeria Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Abubakar Sadique on how the Military Institution would re-establish the relationship it once had with Ilorin International Aviation College (IAC)

The Governor, who was in the company of the former national lawmaker, Hon. Mashood Mustapha was received at the headquarters of the Nigerian Air Force by  Air Marshal Abubakar Sadique, and he began with apologising to the Air Force authorities over how its previous relationship with the Aviation College went sour.
Until recently, the Nigerian Air Force was training some of its officers at the Aviation College Ilorin. However, the agreement was terminated a few years ago following alleged mishandling of funds meant for training on the part of the state. The Air Force switched the training of its officers to South Africa following the soured relationship with the IAC.
“His Excellency was at the headquarters of the Nigerian Air Force on Tuesday for preliminary re-engagement meeting,” according to a statement by Chief Press Secretary to the Governor Rafiu Ajakaye.
“The Governor expressed his full commitment to a new beginning and sought a new partnership built on mutual trust.
“There was a sufficient show of goodwill on both sides. The two sides are to put together a team to discuss a new partnership on training of fixed wing and rotor pilots in Kwara State, among other things.”
The deal may also see the Nigerian Air Force deploying its engineers to Ilorin as part of the partnership.
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