- Recently, a chopper landed on a busy road in Ore and caused a fuss
- A popular actor who witnessed the incident shared a video from the scene and commented on it
- Tropical Arctic Logistics Ltd, the owners of the helicopter have reacted to the viral video
An actor named Deyemi Okanlawon recently shared a video on his Instagram page. The clip showed off a chopper that made a landing on a busy road in the Benin-Ore axis of the country.
According to the actor's caption, there had been a 5-hour traffic on Ore road and not wanting his woman to remain stuck in the congestion, a wealthy individual sent in a chopper to 'rescue' his lover from the peculiar Nigerian situation.
Okanlawon who was at the scene of the incident could not help but react. Although he considered the whole incident a romantic gesture, he still thought it was an act of lawlessness.
See his post below:
"Sigh... Father in heaven please let me be able to do this for wifey... there was a 5 hour traffic hold-up at Ore today and one “big boy” sent a chopper to pick up his chick! Though I joke about this please note that this is actually lawlessness!"
Many Nigerians also reacted to the incident. See reactions below:
pacyusherette: "Oluwa ooo , I know I’m still your real daughter ooo"
apparelsbystandard: "Angel Gabriel if you're not too busy, please come and see something on Instagram. When will I be able to do this for my children? Help me ask Baba God I'm here waiting for answers."
bsouza8: "That’s what stars do, Abeg God will punish suffering !!!!!!"
valisimofashions: "Please when you are big , Never be bigger than the laws of the land that made you big.its good to be big with road users safety in mind.this shouldn't be glorified in anyway."
audumaikori: "I'd rather pray the God gives you the ability to run for office so we can fix the roads on time so we don't need to hire choppers to save only one person."
Meanwhile, the company that owns the aircraft, Tropical Arctic Logistics Ltd, reacted in a statement made to Legit.ng by an official identified as Femi Adeniji.
Adeniji wondered why the video had caused so much fuss and expressed that contrary to what was being peddled around, the company had responded to an emergency call from a driver whose boss was suffering from high blood pressure.
He said a doctor who was also stuck in traffic was attending to the man when the chopper arrived.
Still on the chopper story, Legit.ng gathered that the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) have commenced investigations into the helicopter landing at the Benin-Ore Expressway. A public relations officer of the NCAA, Sam Adurogboye, confirmed the investigation and disclosed that the findings would be made available to members of the public.
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