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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Nigerians blame the collapse of Nigeria Airways on Obasanjo and Atiku

A few Nigerians are blaming the collapse of one time Nigerian most popular airline, Nigeria Airways on Obasanjo and Atiku's regime in the early 20s. The blame game started with a supporter of APC as usual - the party that loves blame game.



Taking to his Twitter page, a popular Buharist or APC supporter, Duke, says the Obasanjo and Atiku's regime should be blamed for the collapse of Nigeria Airways. He has forgotten so soon that airline was in a great debt of over $528M and the government at that time helped out with $200M.

The fall of Nigeria Airways could be as a result of high corruption and lack of management skills, accompanied with great debt. President Buhari once gave Nigerians hope that the Nigeria Airways will return after spending millions of naira on logo. Till date, Nigerians haven't seen the Nigeria Airways in the air. 

Reactions from Nigerians below:

Salman Duke tweeted: "Obasanjo & Atiku @atiku
 grounded this. We won't forget them. 

thelastdon
@messithelastdon:
Replying to 
@SalmanDuke
 and 
@atiku
E dey shock me say some human beings God create dey defend atiku and Obj for this 
Up pointing backhand index."

Coded MONK
@Coded_MONK:
Replying to 
@SalmanDuke
 and 
@atiku
Just like the refineries, no political will to do the needful because of studipity on the part of masses."

AG)
@skelly16th:
Replying to 
@SalmanDuke
 and 
@atiku
Honestly, it wasn't intentional, it happened by mistake. We don't have to worry about it anymore, the mistake will be corrected in two years time, when he become the President of Federal Republic of Jada La Cameroon."

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