Nigeria – Attacks On ‘Air Peace’ Staff By Passengers In Abuja, Lagos, Calabar And Other Parts Of The Country

Air Peace, 5N-BQQ, Boeing 737-524 (29582379591)
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Air Peace has condemned the attacks on its staff by some passengers in Abuja, Lagos, Calabar and other parts of the country. The airline in a statement issued by its Corporate Communications Manager, Chris Iwarah, on Friday, warned that it would no longer condone members of the public endangering the lives of its workers. It regretted…


 




 



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