NSIB Partners with AAAU to Advance Aviation Safety in Africa

NSIB and AAAU aim to improve accident prevention training in Nigeria's transport sector.
Director-General/Chief Executive Officer of NSIB Captain Alex Badeh Jr. and representative of the registrar, African Aviation and Aerospace University (AAAU), Director of Physical Planning and Works, Engineer Masud Aliyu Yerima signing an MoU at the NSIB Training School

The Nigerian Safety Investigation Bureau (NSIB) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the African Aviation and Aerospace University (AAAU) to boost aviation safety in Africa.

NSIB and AAAU aim to enhance training and skills development for accident prevention in Nigeria’s transport sector.

A statement signed by Director, Public Affairs and Consumer Protection, Nigerian Safety Investigation Bureau, Mrs. Bimbo Olawumi Oladeji gave details of the MOU.

The statement says AAAU aims at addressing critical research gaps and fostering a skilled workforce.

NSIB grants AAAU access to its facilities, enabling resource exchange and capacity building.

Captain Alex Badeh Jr., NSIB’s Director-General, emphasizes the MoU’s importance in promoting safer skies and operational excellence.

“I’m confident this MoU will boost our collaboration, promoting safer skies and operational excellence in Nigeria’s aviation industry and beyond.” He said.

Registrar of AAAU, represented by Director of Physical Planning, Engineer Masud Aliyu Yerima, credits NASIB’s support for AAAU’s success. “The journey of AAAU’s establishment and progress would have faced considerable challenges without NASIB’s generous support.” He said.

AAAU expresses gratitude for NSIB’s crucial assistance in establishing and progressing the university.

Both NSIB and AAAU pledge to work together to achieve shared safety objectives in Nigeria’s aviation industry.

This partnership signifies a significant step towards promoting a safety-oriented aviation culture in Nigeria and beyond.




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