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Misappropriation: Group Condemns Media report against Air Peace CEO, Onyema


A group named Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) has condemned media report on alleged financial mismanagement against Chairman/CEO of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema, described it as a blackmail.

This was contained in a statement signed by the National President, AYCF, Alhaji Yerima Shettima on Tuesday.

According to him, It has come to our notice that an enemy of progress has come up with a fresh campaign of calumny designed to rubbish a major private employer of labour in the Aviation industry in Nigeria, Mr Allen Onyema. We have found out that this attacker has been a professional blackmailer.

The statement read, “In view of this false-flag attack on Air Peace CEO, a company that has employed thousands of Nigerians, made Nigeria proud during lockdown, sponsored the evacuation of stranded compatriots in South Africa free of charge and elsewhere as corporate social responsibility”.

The Group revealed that the Air Peace CEO, Chief Allen Onyema got his start-up capital for the business through legitimate bank loans, saying no Nigerian bank gives out loans without thorough paperwork.

Shettima added, “the blackmailer used an old news report about alleged financial mismanagement by a former chairman of the Presidential Amnesty Program, Mr. Kingsley Kuku and mixed up facts while trying in vain, to insert the Air Peace CEO’s name in the tirade. This blackmailer who is based in the United States is well-known for this dirty game and he is no other than Mr. Austin Ogannanah.

“Truth is that those of us at AYCF who ventured to investigate this matter thoroughly will not buy into cheap blackmail narratives. And those who know Mr. Allen Onyema would neither buy into this crap.

“We call on the men and women of good conscience in this country to rise to the occasion by exposing the cartel of blackmailers who specialize in picking out successful businessmen and women that are providing jobs for compatriots and committing hundreds of millions to helping the needy as a strategic corporate social responsibility”.

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