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Sudan: Shehu Sani Reacts To Air Peace Owner Offering To Fly Muslim Students



Senator Shehu Sani has reacted to the news of Airline owner, Onyeama Allen, offering to fly Nigerian students stranded in Sudan back home.

In a post shared on his Facebook page today April 24, Sani pointed out that the many once opposed to the Christian Igbo man helping muslims fly to Saudi Arabia. He said that those who were against him preferred an airline owned by a Muslim to airlift them to Saudi Arabia.

Sani stated that it is the Christian Igbo man that is now offering to airlift the stranded students, most of them Muslims, from Sudan to Nigeria,

‘’Some people were not happy when Air Peace owned by a Christian Igbo man was considered to Air lift pilgrims to Saudi Arabia.They reasoned that the ones owned by Muslims should be.Today,most of those students stranded in the Sudan are Muslims;I have been to Sudan and I sponsored many students to study there.The Airline owned by the Christian Igbo is there to freely fly them out of danger.Eye glasses tinted with ethnicity or religion will never give you a clearer vision of any plain object.”


Other Nigerian Airlines are only generous when it comes to discounting passengers for Turbaning Ceremonies,Weddings and campaigns.Thank you Allen’s Air Peace for your patriotism and sacrifice.

The Airlines who were bitterly competing to fly people to Saudi Arabia and Jerusalem for religious purposes are not interested in helping to save lives of Nigerians in stranded Sudan.

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