The owner of ExecuJet, Dr. Sam Iwuajoku, has apologised for flying Naira Marley and KimOprah to Abuja, where they hosted the controversial show that stirred public anger.
In case you missed it all: over the weekend, many Abuja residents flouted the lock down rules to attend the Naira Marley Concert at the Jabi Mall Car Park.
Apparently, the event was initially planned to be a drive-in concert, but things went awry when Naira Marley came onto the stage: folks left their cars and flooded to the front stage, and the rapper didn’t help matters, too; he continued with the performance as though it did not matter, plus he had flown into with KimOprah, breaking even the inter-state lock down rules that had been set to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
This stirred heated conversation on social media, especially since this is not the first time Naira Marley would be flouting lock down rules.
And yesterday, the Federal Government banned ExecuJet indefinitely, while also shutting down the Jabi Mall.
Reacting to the punishment, the owner of ExecuJet, Iwuajoku, wrote a withering letter in which he apologised to the government, while also dismissing both Naira Marley and KimOprah as “a bunch of useless people.”
See his letter below: