Two days video’s of Naira Marley and Kim Oprah coming off a private Jet at Abuja surfaced online.

Executive Jet apologize for flying Naira Marley

Before we knew it , they landed at a drive in concert at Jabal mall in Abuja despite the zero rules over social gathering.

The Federal Government has of Yesterday had sealed the Mall and also suspended a few

number high profile personals involved including the Airline company that transported them

to Abuja which was Executive Jets.

This morning the company has released an official press release calling out Naira Marley

and Kim oprah has useless people while claiming they thought the person needing the

flight was minister for housing and work babtunde Raji Fashola.

Read the full press release below:

Executive Jet Services Limited, an aviation company, has tendered an apology for flying

Naira Marley, a singer, to Abuja for a concert.

Criticisms trailed the event, with many Nigerians calling for disciplinary measures against

the singer and the organizers.

The federal capital territory administration (FCTA) had sealed off the Jabi Lake mall, which

hosted the singer, for violating restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Speaking during the briefing of the presidential task force on COVID-19, Hadi Sirika,

minister for aviation, said the Executive Jet flight that conveyed Naira Marley for the

concert was approved for a different purpose.

He announced that the flight company had been suspended indefinitely, adding that the flight captain would be sanctioned for providing false information.

But in a letter addressed to Sirika on Monday, Sam Iwu, the company’s chief executive

officer, apologised over the incident.

Executive Jet apologize for flying Naira Marley

He admitted that the flight was approved to convey a judge to Abuja but said the intended

passenger had found his way to Abuja with the help of another flight.

Iwu said his team later got an offer to convey another set of passengers to Abuja but

added that he was confused when he saw the name Fashola Babatunde.

The company’s chairman said he thought it was the minister of works and housing not

knowing that “it was a bunch of useless people”.

Stay Connected , follow us on: Facebook: @thesleakdotcom, Twitter: @Thesleakdotcom, Instagram: @the_sleak

To place an advert/sponsored post on our site, contact us via [email protected]