Genevieve Nnaji thanks Airpeace CEO Allen Onyema for his contribution

Genevieve Nnaji thanks Airpeace CEO Allen Onyema for his contribution

Nollywood actress and film maker, Genevieve Nnaji, has taken to social media to appreciate the Air Peace boss, Allen Onyema, for helping in conveying Nigerians back into the country from South Africa.

Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how Allen Onyema, the chief executive officer of Air Peace, contributed towards the evacuation of Nigerians from South Africa, a gesture which cost him over N280 million.

Reacting to Onyema's kind gesture, Nollywood actress and film maker, Genevieve Nnaji, took to her Twitter account to appreciate Air Peace boss.

Sharing the emotional video of the Nigerians showing appreciation to Onyema, she wrote: "Thank you so much for taking action Barr. Allen Onyema. God bless your kind heart ❤️. A toast to one of the few good men . #AllenOyema."

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Genevieve Nnaji thanks Airpeace CEO for transporting Nigerians back home from SA

Nigerians on their arrival from South Africa
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Legit.ng previously reported that barely twenty four hours after the Air Peace airline started free evacuation of Nigerians from South Africa over xenophobic attacks, another Nigerian signaled interest to offer free flight tickets for evacuation of more Nigerians from the country.

The gesture was made by the presiding pastor, Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, on Thursday, as he said he was ready to airlift more Nigerians willing to return home.

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Genevieve Nnaji thanks Airpeace CEO for transporting Nigerians back home from SA

Onyema revealed it cost N280m to transport Nigerians back home
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Following the outrage trailing the xenophobic attacks in South Africa in which many Nigerians reportedly lost their business and some, their lives, many people have taken to social media to react to the issue, mostly condemning the act.

Just recently, a video of a lady claiming to be South African, went viral on the internet after she stated some reasons why South African men don't like Nigerians.

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