National carrier: Just rhetoric! | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

On this, the information given is that “several international companies and local investors have come together and are planning to run the airline and carry the national flag.” Certainly, that does not indicate that the project has been suspended.

~ The Guardian

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