What is happening in the Nigerian airways?

TWO near-crash incidents involving Kabo airplane at the Aminu Kano Airport, Kano on Friday and Arik air in Benin Saturday — barely 48 hours after the crash of an Embraer 120 aircraft conveying the remains of former Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Agagu to Akure for burial —put the Nigerian airspace in a state of fear.
A Kabo aircraft on Hajj operations to Saudi Arabia was involved in a near-crash incident at the Mallam Aminu Kano Airport, Kano on Friday night.
The aircraft, a Boeing 747-300, which departed from the same Airport, Kano was en route Saudi Arabia when it had a stop-over hit navigational aids on landing at the Sokoto airport for passenger pickup.
Just as the news was to settle down, unconfirmed reports of an Arik aircraft that could not land at the Benin Airport took the social media by the storm yesterday.
The two scary incidents, one of which was confirmed by regulatory authorities, strengthened concerns over the safety of the nation’s airspace. The Associated Airlines’ aircraft bearing Agagu’s corpse crashed at the Murtala Muhammed local airport two minutes after departure, killing 13 of the 20 passengers on board.