In Mike's quest for a picture of the Okada Air Dornier 228-100 5N-AOR I did some research about this plane and there are 2 stories:
1 - On 20 December 1983 Okada Air took delivery of a Dornier 228-100 5N-AOR c/n 7015 and at the end of it's delivery flight, trying to land somewhere in Nigeria it was damaged beyond repair! So if this is true, it was only a few hours in the air and a picture of this plane will be very very very rare! Sources: rzjets.net and airport-data.com (search D-IDOC).
2 - In data often found on the internet it states that the plane was damaged beyond repair 'sometime, somewhere' in 1992. And I've got a TAHS Airlines book of the year 1989 and in that year the dornier was still registered as 5N-AOR. Also the plane had different registration numbers: 5N-ARO, 5N-OAR and 5N-AQW!?
So which one is true?
I'll to stick to the first story, because there are no photo's to be found.
Small note: Okada Air did also order a 228-200 (5N-AOH) c/n 8013 in 1983, but it was not taken up and leased to Aero Contractors of Nigeria / PMAS Regional as 5N-ARP.
Do228-100 5N-AQW was destined for delivery to Jambo Airlines but was not picked up by that airline. instead it was registered 5N-AOR and flew for Okada Air. At Aviation Safety Network the aircraft is listed as damaged beyond repair some time, some where in 1992! By the way PMAS Regional Airline is the predecesor of Dana (Dornier Aviation Nigeria)
Since Okada Air's Shorts was also known as "Niger Express" maybe someone can find some pictures. Other than that I guess finding out what really happened to this aircraft is pure speculation.