Execujets CEO, Sam Iwuajoku says he surprise Naira Marley has not been arrested

Execujets CEO, Sam Iwuajoku says he surprise Naira Marley has not been arrested

The Chief Executive Officer of Execujets Services Limited, Sam Iwuajoku has expressed surprise over the federal government’s failure to arrest controversial singer, Naira Marley his crew members for violating the interstate travel ban.

In an interview with Premium Times, the airline Sam Iwuajoku admitted writing the apology letter addressed to the Minister of Aviation Hadi Sirika.

He said he wrote the letter out of anger.

Also, Sam Iwuajoku condemned the indiscriminate movement of any form during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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He said;

“Why will anyone be moving around unnecessarily during a pandemic? Moving around for musical concert at this time is ‘unnecessary movement’. I am wondering why they were not even arrested.

“I have been abused by people who said I referred to them as ‘useless people’ but I don’t care. If you see the truth, say it. Although I said so in anger, that is still my position today.”

He reiterated his earlier position of mistaking Naira Marley for Minister of Works, ‘Babatunde Fashola’.

Naira Marley reacted to Execujets letter calling him and his crew “a bunch of useless people,”.

Furthermore, ExecuJets has been suspended by the Minister of Aviation Hadi Sirika for violating the ban on interstate travel.

Also, ExecuJet’s CEO,ExecuJet’s CEO, Sam Iwuajoku, wrote in an apology letter to the Aviation Minister.

Sam Iwuajoku in the apology letter dated Monday, June 15, said that the flight which conveyed the entertainers

originally scheduled to convey a judge to Abuja on Sunday, June 14.

He, however, noted that he realized that things took a different course after placing a call

to the judge who informed him that he arrived in Abuja via another aircraft.

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