Nigerian Govt. To Downgrade or Shut Down The Enugu Int'l Airport

So, I have seen and read the reason given by the minister of state for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika on why the Enugu International Airport should be downgraded or completely shut down and they sound plausible enough. But I have very troubling concerns. 

The minister claimed that he told the Enugu State governor what to do a long time ago and he failed to do anything and now things have deteriorated badly. 

Okay. I remember about two years ago when I visited home and went through that airport. I was so angry at the deplorable state of the airport that I began taking pictures. Afterwards, I wrote an article with those pictures and had it published on Vanguard Newspaper. About an hour after it was published online, it was pulled down. I inquired of the Vanguard editor and he claimed they were ordered by the powers from above to pull the article. I knew where that came from. 

Much later in time, people from Ugwuanyi’s government started

  telling me that it wasn’t the governor’s responsibility - that it was that of the Federal Government, because of Course, Aviation is one of the 65-68 items on the Exclusive List in the fraudulent Nigerian Constitution. 

So my question is, why is the minister telling Ugwuanyi what to do and why is Ugwuanyi failing to take responsibility, assuming there was some type of arrangement between States and FG to take care of projects like that?

Nearly every airport in the North has been upgraded to International status with no incident! Not one in the entire Eastern Region (South East/South South) is fit for even local operations, let alone international. International Airlines have been taxed out of the Eastern routes, especially Enugu, leaving only Ethiopian Airlines with the burden of integrity to continue still. Now they're about to be kicked out in the guise of so called "upgrade." Question is: after the upgrade, will international airlines be allowed to use the airport? You already know the answer to that.

Recently, the Nigerian government launched some type of partnership with the Chinese government to build a dry port in Ibadan to enable ease the pressure on Lagos seaports. About 75-80% of these port users are from the Eastern Region. Many of them who haven't been forced to relocate their businesses to Lagos still operate from the East. 

In the East - From Imo to Rivers to Akwa Ibom to Delta to Anambra, there are naturally deep waters - deep enough to take any size of ship, especially the Rivers port. But the channels that lead to these deep waters from the ocean are very narrow. Rather than spend money to dredge them and encourage ships to use those ports, the FG has chosen to spend even more money to establish dry ports in places like Kaduna, etc. where Easterners who do business in the East and parts of the South will find it extremely difficult to do business from. This is WAR! 

As at 2016, Lagos ports complex claimed about 97% of all containers berthed in Nigeria, whilst Rivers ports had lost nearly 75% of the ships that usually patronized it due to heavy taxation and lack of incentives from the Federal Government. In the same 2016, Lagos Int’l Airport accounted for 69.1% of all international passengers and about 90.5% of all cargos. Imagine what the situation is now. And they say we are “one Nigeria?” Bloody lie! It’s all part of the new Biafran War! 

For those who may not know, the Nigerian government and their colonial collaborators have since started another Biafran war - only this time, it’s not with conventional weapons, so many aren’t able to see it. 

Brothers and sisters, jump down from your high horses and get ready for war - it a different kind of war. It’s called economic emasculation. We can beat them to it and take back our motherland from the rusting shackles of colonial bondage. These bloodsuckers won’t stop until they get a taste of our resolve. Join the movement. The time is now!

 

 

Enugu Airport Runway...

There is nothing wrong with temporarily closing Enugu Airport to fix the runway, if you are convinced safety is compromised. Such closure shouldn’t take more than 6 weeks.

But you need to first fix Owerri Airport to handle Enugu and Owerri traffic as was done with Kaduna Airport before closure of Abuja Airport.

Otherwise, you can validity be accused of applying double standards in running national facilities or even maliciousness.

If the challenge is just proximal untoward activities around the airport, I am sure the government of Enugu State can handle that very well. 

Happy weekend.

Written by John Okiyi Kalu

 

 

FG to close down Enugu Airport over deplorable runway

Minister of State, Aviation, Hadi Sirika said Enugu Airport will be closed down over the state of the runway. He said the airport will be degraded for international operations because the runway length is not ideal for such operations.

Another Igbo-Marginalization At The Very Best!

 

No Seaport, Now No International Airport Yet Some Idiots Find It Difficult To Understand Why We Agitate For Biafra

-the region where all the oil and gas comes from are left without a viable international airport or seaport while the parasites that contribute nothing gets everything

Joe Igbokwe, Churchill Okonkwo, Nnia Nwodo, Orji Uzor Kalu, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Rochas Okorocha, Osita Okechukwu, Dave Umahi, Willie Obiano, Rojenny, Return Your Investment to Igboland Brigade, Baby Sabotuers, Swamp Pig, Movement for Igbos in Nigeria, Coalition of Informants, ....oya! over to you. The little flight we are allowed via Ethiopia Airlines has been taken away because Fulani and their conniving Yoruba sidekick have decided to prove to you fools that you are all nothing in Nigeria.

These are the Efulefus asking us not to sit at home, see them being messed about by a Fulani girl. This was the same airport Dave Umahi said Jubril/Buhari promised to upgrade but instead of the upgrade Enugu airport is being downgraded. 

You idiots opposed to IPOB agitation never learn. What we saw from inside a bunker, you traitors can never see from atop a spacecraft. Fools!

 

 

 

UPDATED: NIGERIAN GOVT. TO DOWNGRADE OR SHUT DOWN THE ENUGU INT'L AIRPORT

So, I have seen and read the reason given by the minister of state for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika on why the Enugu International Airport should be downgraded or completely shut down and they sound plausible enough. But I have very troubling concerns. 

The minister claimed that he told the Enugu State governor what to do a long time ago and he failed to do anything and now things have deteriorated badly. 

Okay. I remember about two years ago when I visited home and went through that airport. I was so angry at the deplorable state of the airport that I began taking pictures. Afterwards, I wrote an article with those pictures and had it published on Vanguard Newspaper. About an hour after it was published online, it was pulled down. I inquired of the Vanguard editor and he claimed they were ordered by the powers from above to pull the article. I knew where that came from. 

Much later in time, people from Ugwuanyi’s government started sending me messages, telling me that it wasn’t the governor’s responsibility - that it was that of the Federal Government, because of Course, Aviation is one of the 65-68 items on the Exclusive List in the fraudulent Nigerian Constitution. 

So my question is, why is the minister telling Ugwuanyi what to do and why is Ugwuanyi failing to take responsibility, assuming there was some type of arrangement between States and FG to take care of projects like that?

Nearly every airport in the North has been upgraded to International status with no incident! Not one in the entire Eastern Region (South East/South South) is fit for even local operations, let alone international. International Airlines have been taxed out of the Eastern routes, especially Enugu, leaving only Ethiopian Airlines with the burden of integrity to continue still. Now they're about to be kicked out in the guise of so called "upgrade." Question is: after the upgrade, will international airlines be allowed to use the airport? You already know the answer to that.

Recently, the Nigerian government launched some type of partnership with the Chinese government to build a dry port in Ibadan to enable ease the pressure on Lagos seaports. About 75-80% of these port users are from the Eastern Region. Many of them who haven't been forced to relocate their businesses to Lagos still operate from the East. 

In the East - From Imo to Rivers to Akwa Ibom to Delta to Anambra, there are naturally deep waters - deep enough to take any size of ship, especially the Rivers port. But the channels that lead to these deep waters from the ocean are very narrow. Rather than spend money to dredge them and encourage ships to use those ports, the FG has chosen to spend even more money to establish dry ports in places like Kaduna, etc. where Easterners who do business in the East and parts of the South will find it extremely difficult to do business from. This is WAR! 

As at 2016, Lagos ports complex claimed about 97% of all containers berthed in Nigeria, whilst Rivers ports had lost nearly 75% of the ships that usually patronized it due to heavy taxation and lack of incentives from the Federal Government. In the same 2016, Lagos Int’l Airport accounted for 69.1% of all international passengers and about 90.5% of all cargos. Imagine what the situation is now. And they say we are “one Nigeria?” Bloody lie! It’s all part of the new Biafran War! 

And just for your information:

 -Shipping from China to Nigeria costs N900,000 (Naira) for 40ft container.

-To move the same container from Lagos Seaport to Trade fair complex Lagos where Igbos do business costs N700,000 (Naira).

-To move the container from Lagos to Southeast of Nigeria costs N1.2 million (Naira).

-FG charges N18,000 (Naira) each day for 3 weeks a 40ft container is left at the seaport.

In other words, it is far more cheaper to import from China to Nigeria, than to move the goods from Lagos to Eastern Nigeria.

For those who may not know, the Nigerian government and their colonial collaborators have since started another Biafran war - only this time, it’s not with conventional weapons, so many aren’t able to see it. 

Brothers and sisters, jump down from your high horses and get ready for war - it a different kind of war. It’s called economic emasculation. We can beat them to it and take back our motherland from the rusting shackles of colonial bondage. These bloodsuckers won’t stop until they get a taste of our resolve. Join the movement. The time is now! | #EliteTeam | JOSEPH OKECHUKWU

 

 

Shut Down And Block Every Route That Would Link Them To The Outside World From Their Domain!

Besides the seemingly ploy to carry out what I called diplomatic blocaked against Biafrans, as suggested by the heading above, here are other major reasons why the Caliphate wants Akanu Ibiam international airport Enugu to be downgraded from international status to a domestic airport.

- To make sure that whatever we bring into the country will be properly scrutinized by their agents planted at every airport in the north and west, so that they would make sure that no weapon or whatsoever shall come into Biafra territory in order to be incapacitated when they strike because they have been preparing for Jihad for a very long time, so they wouldn't want any resistance.

- In few months ago, we must recall how Sam Mbakwe international cargo airport Owerri was burnt to ashes for reasons yet to be let known to the public. That airport is to them another seemingly international route through which aid or other stuff could come in and therefore enhanced resistance by Biafrans if pushing turns to shoving. Fulanis never wants you to resist them when they attacked, they would rather want you totally handicapped for total dominance!

- Also recall that Warri, Calabar, Onne (Igwe Ocha) sea ports were still under lock and keys for same purposes outlined above, while Kaduna, Ibadan, Katsina etc. are welcoming newly built dry ports yet our people are too docile to decifer the evil tendencies of the Caliphates and their Yoruba friends against our people who are busy with their trading while those in government were busy playing politics of failure. To the Caliphates, they have finished every preparation to move south and dip the Koran in the Ocean. And you understand what that means, (total islamization of Nigeria) yet, many of our people are still nursing the feelings that it is impossible. But I want those thinking in this line to remember that today's Turkey was once a Christian nation before it was totally Islamized.

- Their reason for the proposed degrading of Enugu international airport was not for security purposes as they put it, no, it is wasn't, there is something more sinister about that move. Because if any International airport should be closed down in Nigeria for security reasons, it should be the airport in Maiduguri Bornu state which is the terrorist's  hot bed, yet, flights are still coming in and going out of it till this very moment. 

The only problem with our people is that we do not think deep and interpret things prudently due to our mental laziness but we rather swallows everything thrown at us, hook, line and sinker!

- The leader of IPOB mazi Nnamdi Kanu mustn't be allowed to enter into Biafra directly from outside the shores of the country, he must pass through Murtala Mohammed airport Lagos or Aminu Kano or any other airport in the north or west in order to be stopped from getting into Biafra land, so with this, he will find it difficult to come back, they say!

- Lastly, looking at the attached picture, you will see clearly what the GPS radar detector reads when you are flying into the country via Akanu Ibiam international airport Enugu, it registered BIAFRA boldly on the radar, which is a development  the Caliphate were not comfortable with. 

It is therefore very important for our people to understand what danger we are into and start making heys while the sun shines.

BIAFRA is now or never, or we die out of ignorant.

Princewill Akubumma

 

 

 

 

 

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