UAE suspension on airlift of Nigerian outbound passengers: Air Peace to operate flight from Sharjah – Lagos only

The management of Air Peace has informed the flying public that the United Arab Emirates, UAE Government has stopped the airlifting of Nigerians from Nigeria to UAE as part of its COVID-19 measures. The management of the airline explained in a statement that flights bringing Nigerians back from UAE are not affected. Air Peace stated that its flight from UAE (Sharjah-Dubai) to Lagos is not affected, adding that normal flights shall resume when the restriction is lifted from February 28, 2021. ‘Our esteemed customers whose flights are disrupted by this…

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Bizman charged over alleged N56m fraud

A businessman, Victor Ogiemwonyi and his firm, Partnership Investment Limited, are currently standing trial before a Lagos Federal High Court, over Alleged N56 million fraud. Victor and his firm were charged before the court presided over by Justice Rilwan Aikawa led-court on a three-count charge of alleged conspiracy to obtaining the said N56 million by false pretence and fraudulent by the men of Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU) Ikoyi-Lagos. He was alleged to have collected the money from Chukwunonso¬†Ayodele Obiah through a UBA manager cheque, sometimes in the month of…

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United Nigeria Airlines to conduct inaugural flight Friday

United Nigeria Airlines is set to conduct its inaugural flight on Friday, February 12, 2021. A statement signed by Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu, head, Corporate Communications of United Nigeria Airlines said the inaugural flight will take off from the domestic wing of Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMA2) in Ikeja, Lagos state and terminate at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport Enugu, the operational base of United Nigeria. Achilleus stated that the flight will also visit Abuja from Enugu and finally return to Lagos. The inaugural flight will be conducted with an EMB145 aircraft…

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Cameroon jails notorious cross dresser, vindicate Runsewe’s stand against culture deviants

Cameroon, one of Africa’s francophone countries, set a bold judicial precedence on Tuesday in Douala, sending out of circulation one of its unrepentant and notorious Cross Dresser, known as Shakiro to jail for promotion of homosexuality. A Cameroonian court of first instance sitting in the district of Ndokotti, Douala, found Shakiro and two others guilty of practising homosexuality, stating that the promoters of deviant cultures must be kept away from the society and so be locked away. Just like in Nigeria where notorious homosexuals and cross dressers have been arrested…

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