The Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has hailed the Air Peace Chairman, Chief Allen Onyema, for responding to the distress call of stranded Nigerians in Sudan.
Obi, in a message to Onyema said, “My warmest felicitation and appreciation to the Chairman of Air Peace, @allenOyema, for his gracious act of altruism in helping with plans to airlift distressed and stranded Nigerians from war-torn Sudan.
The LP standard bearer thanked him “for your patriotism and for helping our nation in its time of difficulty. Your consistent efforts in promoting national interest and cohesion are exemplary. Such selflessness speaks to the need for our greater unity and being our brother’s keeper irrespective of tribe and religion and despite our diversity.”
The former Anambra State Governor stated that the various noble gestures of Chief Onyema will serve as instructive lessons to our people, and that acts of nation-building by patriotic citizens come in different strands.
“Those who can make meaningful contributions must be ready to do so selflessly. God bless you and God bless Nigeria,” Obi said.