I Wept When Nigerians Sang The National Anthem On Their Return From South Africa - CEO Air Peace, Barr Allen Ifeanyichukwu Onyema




“I put together over N280 million in other to bring these people back, Air Peace decided to bring them free of charge, nobody paid us a dime, we decided to do it free of charge for our country and for our people.”

“When I stepped inside the aircraft to welcome them, they mobbed me and started singing the Nigerian national anthem, there was nobody there singing about separation, they felt proud to be Nigerian, they rose in unison, that drew tears from me.”

Mr. Allen Onyema is the Owner of Air Peace.

He's  an Igbo man
He’s not a politician
He’s not a pastor 
He’s not a celebrity musician/actor
He sent in his plane ✈️ to evacuate Nigerians from South Africa πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦ to escape being killed in the xenophobic attacks.

NOTE: Nigeria government did not help her citizens rather an individual from Igbo extraction volunteerd to help evacuate all Nigerians risk being killed in South Africa.

No tribe can render such help apart from Igbos yet they fed you that Igbos hate themselves and you foolishly believed them.

Mazi Onyema is not the richest man in Africa, he is just an Igbo man with a beautiful heart.
I Wept When Nigerians Sang The National Anthem On Their Return From South Africa - CEO Air Peace, Barr Allen Ifeanyichukwu Onyema I Wept When Nigerians Sang The National Anthem On Their Return From South Africa  - CEO Air Peace, Barr Allen Ifeanyichukwu Onyema Reviewed by EDITOR on Thursday, September 12, 2019 Rating: 5

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