Air Peace offers to evacuate Nigerians from Sudan

Air Peace, a private airline in Nigeria, has stated its willingness to free-of-charge evacuate stranded Nigerians in Sudan, North-East Africa, if the Federal Government can transfer them to a safe and secure airport in any of Sudan's neighboring nations.

Allen Onyema, the airline's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, announced this in a statement on Monday. He stated that he is obligated to assist since Nigeria cannot afford to lose its citizens in that country, adding that it is his personal responsibility to ensure the safety of the stranded Nigerians in the war-torn country.

"Again, Air Peace is willing to evacuate Nigerians stranded in Sudan free of charge if the government can get them to a safe and secure airport in any of the neighbouring countries bordering Sudan. Everything must not be left to the government and the government alone.

"We are very ready to do it immediately. No time wasting. Any action that would promote national pride, national cohesion, peace and unity, we are for it.

"Again, we have no apologies for believing in our nation and loving the nation despite certain national challenges. If they are moved to Kenya or Uganda or any other country, we will move in to get them out. Some parents have started calling on us to help. We are ready to do this again and again," he said.


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