The Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Ambassador, Ademola Onafowokan, has stated that the Federal Government will continue to support any Nigerian company doing business in Ghana and other countries in the West Coast.
He said this in Accra, Ghana during the inaugural flight of Med-View Airline into Kotoka International Airport.
He advised Nigerian companies operating either into Accra or any other countries within the West Coast to always abide strictly by the rules and regulations in the countries, where they do business.
Onafowokan said Nigerian government would not shy away from protecting any of its nationals that carry out business transactions in Ghana, but quickly added that for them to enjoy government’s supports, their books must be open.
The High Commissioner called on the management of Med-View Airline to offer seamless and quality services to passengers flying on the new route, stressing that with excellent services to passengers, nationals from Nigeria, Ghana and other countries would patronise the airline.
According to him, “Med-View Airline is a fantastic airline and that is why we are here today to be part of the history being created by the airline. The maiden flight was excellent and the landing of the aircraft by the pilot in Accra was equally flawless. One only hopes that they will continue to render qualitative services to Nigerians and other citizens on this route. We are here to support you in any way that you need us. We are here to support Nigerian companies to prosperity.
He continued, “Nigeria will continue to grow and we are waiting for the day when Med-View Airline will commence Abuja-Accra route. Safety is number one priority in air business and the High Commission will continue to support any airline that wants to promote safety in the aviation industry.”
On his part, the Managing Director, Med-View Airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole, commended the Nigeria High Commission in Ghana for its support towards the successful commencement of the Lagos-Accra route.
He promised that the airline would not renege in its continuous efforts at offering its passengers quality air services just as he also commended Nigerian financial institutions and technical partners for their supports over the years.
Bankole said that now that the airline has started the Lagos –Abuja, it would provide passengers with services that they cannot resist, adding that having being in the airlines business for a very long time, he knows what to do to remain in business.
Source : Independent