Nigeria Joins Search For Malaysian Airlines


approved geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The Daily Trust reports that the Nigeria’s National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) has made available several satellite imageries towards global efforts in the search for the missing Malaysian aircraft.

Mr. Felix Ale the Agency spokes person noted in a statement that this is part of the agency’s five percent mandatory contribution of its satellite imageries for peaceful uses, as a member of International Charter for Space and Major Disaster.

“The Space Agency in its efforts since the disappearance of Flight MH370 on March 8, has acquired several images which it made available to relevant Malaysian government department for further analyses,” he remarked.

The imageries are being analyzed to spot debris that may indicate the possible location of the missing plane, its crew and passengers.

According to him, the Director-General of the Agency Professor Seidu Mohammed described the current situation as challenging not only to the Malaysian government, but to global developmental efforts.

(Daily Trust)


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