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Sunday, July 22, 2018

Nigeria Air: Don’t Give Free Tickets To Politicians, GovtOfficials


Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, Director-General, National Council for Arts and Culture, has called on the Federal
Government not to give free tickets to politicians and government officials that would patronize the services of the new national carrier.

Runsewe, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Abuja, said anybody that would patronize the
national carrier should be made to pay the complete airfare.
He added that it should not be business as usual, stressing that the former national carrier, Nigerian Airways, failed
because of free tickets to government officials and other unprofessional business practices.
“The name and logo of the new national carrier, `Nigeria Air’ was recently unveiled and would be inaugurated in
December 2018.
“I am appealing that there should be no free tickets; everybody should pay and get the right services like it is being done all over the world.
“What killed Nigeria Airways was the patronage of the “who is who’’ in the system, but the body language of the minister has shown that the new national career is going to be strictly for business.
“If the national career, `Nigerian Air’ begins operation, it will definitely increase our GDP; I pray it comes to stay in
December and this time, there will be no free tickets,’’ Runsewe stressed.
On insecurity, the NCAC boss said that there was no anywhere in the world that had a perfect security system, adding that we should focus on our safety zones to promote our tourism products.
“However, we must have a brand and that brand is culture; I am changing the narratives of that sector; every cultural
product has a life span for it to be rebranded; so after two years, we know what to do to rebrand it’’.
The Federal Government on Wednesday unveiled the branding and livery for the new national carrier, Nigeria Air, at a news conference during the Farnborough Air Show in London.

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