Nigerian Twitter Reacts to New Nigerian Airline, Nigeria Air

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Yesterday, the Federal Government unveiled the name and logo of a new Nigerian Airline which is called Nigeria air at an airshow in the United Kingdom.

The airline was said to be more of a private sector initiative with the Government owning not more than 5 percent of the shares of the company.

Since the announcement was made yesterday, Nigerians have come out to give their thoughts on the matter with some praying for its survival and others mocking it.

A cross section of reactions can be found below

Yinka Ogunnubi said: My Prayer is that you will succeed In Jesus Name.

Victor Ehikhamenor said: Old: Nigeria Airways
New: Nigeria Air

His Excellency has done an amazing job by nipping and tucking away the old “Ways”, because in this new dispensation we must be frugal and prudent with national nomenclature.
#Nigeria Air

Another Twitter user by the name of Beinghumanaintenough argued that he had a better design which he had 5 years before, “My design 5 years ago vs #Nigeria Air design unveiled today … I think I’ll choose mine ten times over .:: just saying saying sha ..”

Bukola Ogunyemi meanwhile hoped that it would truly be a private sector driven project saying, “#NigeriaAir is Private sector led and driven. It is a business, not a social service. Government will not be involved in running it or deciding who runs it. The investors will have full responsibility for this. – @hadisirika

“I’d love to see this work.”

Deezer 234, meanwhile, told haters to take a back seat saying: “Oh..the logo is ugly Oh…will it reduce the price of garri Oh…have they rescued the chibok girls and Leah Oh….why are they doing this when Fulani herdsmen killing people Yen yen yen Go and find something to help with your unhappiness! is here and we love it”

https://twitter.com/ziniex/status/1019634246355431424

The airline is said to be ready for full operations by the end of the year.

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