Stella Dimoko Nigeria Urges Emirates Airline Not To Cut flights


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Friday, October 28, 2016

Nigeria Urges Emirates Airline Not To Cut flights


  1. They think it is sdk plea for help abi.
    They should better fix it atleast they have chosen to be wise and accept responsibility for the problems of nigeria.
    Atleast it was under gej these abj airport started having more traffic from intl airlines. If they cant add more least they can do is maintain the existing ones

  2. Well, they cant be running at a loss because we refused to fix our economy. They are here for business which the average Nigerian dont understand. We will only realise the effect of a bad economy when it starts pinching both the rich and poor. For now, its cutting across everyone. We have to deal with it. If they must use Emirates, they should fly to Lagos, shikena.

  3. Is this an SOS from our president.

  4. Emirates!!! If anything happens after this, you ve yourselves to blame. This place we are staying right now doesn't look like a country, it looks like a wild life park.

  5. This is not a matter of urging. They have a business to run.

  6. Nigeria government is aware of all the challenges and claims working on it yet none has been resolved.
    Airlines should quit, we will be boarding from Ghana, Cotonou, SA!!!!
    It's a shame on the government.


  7. A bv once said she works in an 'airline company'....hahahhaha

    Is Emirates the airline company?????


  8. No wahala, Turkish Airlines ti take over. They even currently have very cheap fares to Dubai

  9. The side affect of Jonathan government and the igbos, Hiv distributors. Full stop!!


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