As the nation battles to stem the tide of Covid-19, Nigerian Air force has started the distribution of liquid oxygen from their Adamawa plant.
This was made known through statement released on social media by the force headquarters on Friday while reeling out measures adopted by Nigeria Airforce to sustain the fight against Covid-19.
In the statement signed by Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, revealed that they have been in involved in dual responsibility of safeguarding the Nigerian air space and also running humanitarian flight services.
These humanitarian activities were: airlifting of stranded NCDC officials in Congo Brazzaville, airlifting of medical supplies from Jack Ma foundation and more.
Meanwhile, in a related story, the Nigeria Airforce has announced the production of face masks.
According to their tweet that reads: “…as part of its contribution towards curbing the spread of #COVID-19, @NigAirForce Investment Limited (NAFIL) Tailoring Workshop Port Harcourt has begun the mass production of PPE & face masks for Armed Forces personnel & frontline healthcare workers. Thanks.”