Air Peace Boss Gets Support from Diaspora Chief amidst Call for Restraint


Chairman of Air Peace Airline Mr. Allen Onyema, accused of money laundering in the United States,  has received massive support from Network of Concerned Nigerians In Diaspora(NCND) and their Local counterparts Network of Concerned Nigerians for Good Governance. The popular groups called on the Federal Government to do all it can to ensure that the air peace boss is not unnecessarily implicated. The calls were made in statements signed by the chairman Comrade James Erebuoye and Secretary General Mr. Suleman Ahmed and released to our reporters. The duo believed that Mr. Onyema has done a lot to raise the bar for passengers travelling by air and also raised investors’ confidence in Nigeria. “Such a man who is concerned with safety and health standards of travelers as well as invest in the Nigerian Environment should not necessarily be victimized”, stated Comrade James. “The Federal Government should do a thorough investigation and ensure that this is not another case of Pull-Him-Down-Syndrome”, he suggested. Comrade James noted that Air peace Airline has made huge inroad into the Nigerian Aviation circles; ‘this is not the time begin negative things like this”, he added. The Secretary-general, in his own submission decried the high rate of attempts to drag down prominent business achievers from a particular section of the country and urges restraint from everyone concerned. “We should all support a viable causes and not just look for loopholes”, he lamented, although he praised the Federal Government for taking its time to study developments.  He also praised Mr. Allen Onyema for handling the matter with the utmost caution it deserves. Recall that an arrest warrant had been issued by Russell Vineyard, a magistrate at the Northern District Court of Georgia, United States.