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Air Peace Airline In Messy Image Scandal, Gets 48 hrs Ultimatum



Thriving indigenous airline, Air Peace, is currently enmeshed in an image shattering scandal, which has earned it a 48 hours ultimatum to tender a public unreserved apology.


A passenger of the Airline, A M Kotoye, in a letter addressed to the company’s Managing director titled: Comlaint Of Delayed Flight and Maltreatment, complained about the hostile nature of the airline’s staffs as well as being subjected to inhuman condition after his flight schedule was changed without prior notice nor any apology tendered.


Amidst serious security concern, Kotoye said the airline exposed him to great danger in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja where he was dropped after midnight with no way to continue his journey from the Abuja airport, in a trip that ought to have ended by 8.00Pm.


Below is Kotoye’s letter unedited:



The Managing Director,
Air Peace.

Dear Sir,

My name is Adeyinka Moyosore kotoye. I purchased your return ticket, with booking reference: AP4L94 and E-ticket numbers 7102307422319/1 and 7102307422319/2, for Lagos/Abuja on Monday 12/07/2021, @ 7.20pm and Abuja/Lagos on Tuesday 13/07/2021 @ 9.10pm.

On Monday 12/07/2021, at about 1pm, I received a mail from you that, the flight earlier scheduled for 7.20pm, has been shifted to 8.50pm.


Relying on this and in accordance with the Covid protocol, I arrived at the old domestic terminal at around 6.30pm and checked in, only to notice on the boarding pass that, the flight with number P47126, was scheduled for boarding at 9.20pm, instead of 8.50pm earlier stated in your aforementioned mail.


At the waiting lounge, I also discovered that there had been, two earlier flights, which had been delayed and whose passengers had waited, for over three hours.


In any case, your airline kept me and other passengers waiting, at the airport, without any apology and/or explanations, for almost five (5) hours. There was no refreshment either and which is contrary to statutory stipulations. We didn’t board until 11.05pm. We got to Abuja, at 12.10am on Tuesday, 13/07/2021.


I had to sleep at the airport because it was too dangerous and risky for me, to proceed to my destination, at that time and at great risk to my health.


The above is in addition, to the fact that both the cabin crew and the pilot, were extremely rude and unprofessional.


I consider this situation, as untoward and a blemish, on your image, as a corporate entity and given the fact that, I am on your frequent flyer scheme.



1. A letter of apology, to be personally written, to all the passengers, on that flight and a copy to be published, in at least one [1] daily newspaper, within thirty (30) days of the receipt of this email.


2. Evidence of the email, mentioned above must be sent to me, by email within 48 hours.


3. The Letter must contain, an undertaking that, no such future occurrence, will be occasioned again, at your instance/behest, either directly or through any of your staff.

Please be assured of my highest regards.

Yours faithfully,

A. M. Kotoye, FCTI.

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Van Vicker Finally Bags Varsity Degree — 24 Years After Secondary Education



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Van Vicker, the multiple award-winning Ghanaian actor, has finally bagged a university degree — about 24 years after completing senior secondary school.


The 43-year-old movie director, who is a renowned face in Nollywood, took to his Instagram page to recount the touching tale of his educational journey.

He said while his secondary schoolmates were enrolling at the tertiary institution in 1997, his single mother couldn’t afford to send him to school.


He also accompanied the post with a photo in which he could be seen wearing a graduation robe of the African University College of Communication (AUCC).



Vicker said he bagged first-class honours in Strategic Communications and was named the overall best in his set.



“21 years later, here I stand before you with 3 achievements during my graduation; to God be the glory. 1. 1st class honors. 2. Best Student in Strategic communication. 3. Best Communication Student Award,” the actor wrote.


“The above is within the context of my 2021 post on social media and is in no way presumptuous but uprightly to inspire. I could not enroll at a tertiary institution in 1997 because my single mother did not have the funds.


“If free SHS was available back in the day, most likely I would have graduated in 2000/2001. My career took off and I have been blessed but as someone who relishes education getting that degree was just a matter of time.



“I complete my Masters program this December and I am sorely motivated and committed to going even beyond, God willing. I thank all those who supported me and are supporting me during this journey.”


Vicker has appeared in hundreds of films including ‘My Soul Mate’, ‘Heart of Fire’, ‘Popular King’, ‘Gambling with Marriage’, ‘Harvest of Love’, ‘Stolen Will’, ‘The Joy of a Prince’, ‘Discovered’, ‘The Kingdom’ and ‘Against The Law’.

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Hushpuppi Pleads Guilty To Fraud




Nigerian scammer Ramon Olorunwa Abbas also known as Hushpuppi has pleaded guilty to fraud in an American court.



United States Department of Justice (DoJ) in a statement on Wednesday said court documents show that Abbas, a 37-year-old Nigerian national, pleaded guilty on April 20.



A version of Hushpuppi’s plea agreement filed late Tuesday outlines his role in a school finance scheme, as well as several other cyber and business email compromise schemes that cumulatively caused more than $24 million in losses.



Acting United States Attorney Tracy L. Wilkison said Hushpuppi allegedly faked the financing of a Qatari school by playing the roles of bank officials and creating a bogus website in a scheme that also bribed a foreign official to keep the elaborate pretense going after the victim was tipped off.



Wilkison stated that Hushpuppi played “a significant role in the scheme, funded his luxurious lifestyle by laundering illicit proceeds generated by con artists who use increasingly sophisticated means.”



Kristi K. Johnson, the Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office said Hushpuppi “among the most high-profile money launderers in the world, has admitted to his significant role in perpetrating global BEC fraud, a scheme currently plaguing Americans.



“His celebrity status and ability to make connections seeped into legitimate organizations and led to several spin-off schemes in the U.S. and abroad,” Johnson said in the DoJ statement.



Hushpuppi and members of his gang were arrested while sleeping at their Dubai residences in June 2020.



The Nigerian fraudster was arrested along with Olalekan Jacob Ponle, also known as Woodberry and 10 others.


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Mother Of 10 Loses 48 Years Marriage Over Denying Husband Sex





A mother of 10, Mrs Tolu Osho, has lost her 48-year-old marriage for allegedly denying her husband sex.



An Igando Customary Court in Lagos, on Wednesday, granted the request of her estranged husband, Mojidi, to dissolve the union.



The court president, Mr Adeniyi Koledoye, said that since the petitioner insisted on divorce after several interventions, the court was left with no option other than to grant him his prayer; and pronounced the union dissolved.



“The court hereby pronounces the marriage between Mr Mojidi Osho and Mrs Tolu Osho dissolved yesterday.



“Both of you henceforth cease to be husband and wife.




“Each of you should go his or her separate ways unmolested; the court wishes both of you well in your future endeavours,” Koledoye asserted.



The president ordered the petitioner to pay N250,000 to his wife as a severance fee and also pay another N250,000 for her to get a new accommodation.


The petitioner, a 72-year-old mechanic, Mr Mojidi Osho, had earlier told the court to nullify his marriage because his wife was denying him his conjugal right to sleep with her.


“The last time my wife allowed me to sleep with her was 10 years ago.



“I am starving seriously, but whenever I come home with my girlfriends, she will chase them away,” Osho said.



The septuagenarian also accused his wife of threatening to kill him so that she can inherit his property.



“My wife wanted to kill me; she has been feeding me with poison.



“There was a day I fainted and was rushed to the hospital and it was detected that I ate poison.



“I thought I will not survive it, but God saved me and I stopped eating her food,” he said.



The embattled man said his wife was a witch who kept attacking him in the spiritual realm.




“On two occasions, she shot arrows at me in my sleep which led to sicknesses, but God healed me.



“She also buried charm in my workshop and customers stopped patronising me.



“My wife made me impotent, but I survived it after spending huge amounts on hospital and herbal treatment,” he claimed.



“Tolu makes my life miserable, I would have gone far in life if I have not married her.



“I regret the day I met her and I wish I can turn back the hand of the clock,’’ Osho said.



According to him, Tolu stopped washing his clothes 27 years ago; h,e therefore, begged the court to end the marriage to save him from committing murder.



Responding to the allegations, the 68-year-old trader, Tolu, said that she denied her husband sex for only four years not 10 years as he claimed.



“I stopped him from making love to me four years ago when he started bringing different girls home to sleep with, after which he will want to sleep with me; so I refused him,” she stated.




The mother of 10 children denied threatening her husband’s life or attempting to kill him through poisoning.


“I did not poison my husband’s food since 1973 when we got married, is it now that I will poison him?


“He is just looking for excuses to discard me; he came to this court to divorce his second wife, now he wants to also divorce me so that he can marry a new wife,” Tolu said.


According to her, Osho is fond of invoking curses on their children, which is affecting their lives now.


The respondent begged the court not to grant her husband’s wish for the dissolution of their marriage, saying she still loved him





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