Air Peace acquisition of Airbus 320s a milestone in Nigeria’s Aviation – UYI

The President General, Global Peace Movement International UK, Dr Mike Uyi, has described the acquisition of Airbus 320s as a milestone in Nigeria’s aviation industry.

Dr. Uyi gave this commendation on Wednesday in a press statement in London.

Commending the Air Peace Chairman, Allen Onyema, Uyi said that the beauty of the aircraft delivery was not just that the aircraft is new but that the airline Is always picking the right kind of aircraft in line with international aviation standard.

“What Allen Onyema is doing through his airline, Air Peace will boost domestic and regional operations and above all create more jobs for our youths”.

“Air Peace has changed the negative Nigerian aviation narratives to a more internationally accepted standard”.

The GPMI President General also thanked the CEO, Allen Onyema for the ‘Priority Boarding Policy,’ to honour Nigeria’s military personnel, both serving and retired. He described it as a gesture that Nigerians will not forget in a hurry.

It could be recalled that the Chief Executive Officer, Allen Onyema said Air Peace holds the contributions of the military in securing Nigeria and defending its territory from external aggression in high esteem.

According to him, the Priority Boarding Policy introduced is their own way of appreciating and recognising the noble and patriotic efforts of the officers and men of Nigeria’s Armed Forces, for the risks they take and all the sacrifices they make in defending the territorial integrity of this country.

“GPMI is warning those who are always in the habit of destroying the image of any Nigerian making a difference to make Nigeria proud, we will not take it henceforth. We are ready to enter any legal battle with anyone who is found guilty of character assassination of Allen Onyema or any good Nigerian making us proud at home and abroad”.

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