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Indian govt clears 312 nationals from Nigeria with Air Peace

The Indian government on Sunday cleared 312 of its nationals from Nigeria.

The Head Working Official of Air Peace, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Olajide, who unveiled this in an announcement in Lagos, said the Indians left the nation in a B777 airplane through the Murtala Muhammed International Air terminal, Lagos.

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As indicated by her, the flight which was worked by 15 crew member would stop at Cochin International Airport in Kerala.

She expressed gratitude toward the Indian experts for connecting with Air Harmony for the clearing exercise.

Olajide likewise lauded the National Government for supporting the aircraft in the entirety of its uncommon trips during the lockdown.

The Air Peace boss included that the carrier close by other applicable government offices guaranteed that the Indians agreed to built up wellbeing conventions before loading onto the flight.



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