XENOPHOBIA: Other Nigerians In The Aviation Industry Join Air Peace To Evacuate Nigerians From SA.

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“When It Rains It Pours “

Having visited the Nigerian Consulate in Johannesburg a day before the first evacuation by Air Peace, and having witnessed first hand the plight of Nigerians living in South Africa, I deemed myself as hopeless and helpless as what I could read on their faces.

I immediately was inspired by my Alter Ego to approached other private airliners in Nigeria to join in the evacuation exercise.

My alter ego is the Lion of Judah; Jesus Christ the Son of God.

By The Special Grace of God the following ensued:

MR. NOGIE MEGGISON THE CEO OF JEDIDIAH AIR NIGERIA LTD, willingly and happily volunteered to assist Nigerian evacuees with their cargo FREE OF CHARGE.

He didn’t even let me finish saying all I had to say to him, before he said, YES I WILL.

He further expressed his understanding that some of the evacuees may want to take their furniture back home, but Air Peace graciously doesn’t have enough allowance for them.

The necessary arrangements with the Nigerian Consulate in South Africa have been escalated for his arrival and participation.

Furthermore, another Nigerian MR DOTUN OGUNYEMI, CEO OF ONE DOT AVIATION, has indicated keen interest to join in the evacuation of Nigerians from South Africa; he is now working out the modalities for passengers only flight.

He has now reached out to most of his colleagues in the Nigeria Aviation industry to come on board; this is in order for him to make the “CIRCLE BIGGER “

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This is how large his heart is.

When I started out, I heartily thought I must participate, one way or another, in the rescue efforts, so to help reduce the population of Nigerians that have long been stranded in South Africa.

In fact, I didn’t anticipate such amount of the out-pouring of the HOLY SPIRIT and as overwhelmingly as this.

Again, I never knew I would be sent back to my childhood era in Lagos when we all from different tribes of Nigeria would form a circle, held our hands while we sang “FORM A CIRCLE, A BIG CIRCLE”

I am the South African Legal Adviser to both private airliners in Nigeria.

To God Be The Glory.

14 September 2019.

Barrister Austin Okeke Okeke,Attorneys in South Africa
austin@okekeattorneys.com
okekeaustin@gmail.com


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