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NAF Puts Up Presidential Aircraft For Sale, Invites Bidders

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The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has listed the Falcon 900B aircraft, which is a part of the presidential air fleet, for sale, calling on interested parties to submit their offers for the acquisition of the aircraft.

Information about the sale was posted late Monday in a flyer shared on the official social media page of the NAF.

According to the flier, the aircraft was listed for sale after receiving approval from the federal government.

The announcement partly reads: “The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved the sale of Falcon 900B aircraft owned by the Nigerian Air Force (NAF).

“In compliance with provisions of the public procurement Act 2007, the NAF hereby invites all interested parties to submit bids for purchase of the aircraft. The bids can be submitted by email or physically.

“If submitted by email, the bids are to be password protected and sent to dproc@airforce.mil.ng while the password is to be sent separately to d proc2@ http://airforce.miI.ng.

“For physical submission, the quotations are to be enclosed in an envelope and sealed while the envelope is to bear the name and address of the interested company/entity as well as the description and reference to the request.

“It should also bear the statement, ‘DO NOT OPEN BEFORE 24 DECEMBER 2023’.

“Please note that the bids would be processed immediately after expiration of the deadline for submission.”


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