Air Peace boss should carry his cross alone,He is A private business man:-Presidential aide Lauretta Onochie


The Presidency, through an aide, has given an informal response to the US indictment of Air Peace CEO Allen Onyema on criminal fraud charges, suggesting that the airline mogul answer for the crimes of which he has been formally accused.


This was contained in a tweet storm by Lauretta Onochie, President Muhammadu Buhari’s aide on Social Media.
In her verified tweeter handle, Onochie said:

“I do not understand what Pres.@MBuhari has to do with Mr Onyema of AirPeace being indicted and charged in the USA.


“According to our Attorney General, the Fed. Govt has not been informed of the situation.


“American laws go after those who BREAK them. What a man sows….


“When the scales suddenly fall off their eyes, we must give it time because it’s either they are pursuing something or something is pursuing them.


“When AirPeace proprietor became a ‘hero,’ I was not fooled. Something was pursuing him. He knew America had him where they wanted him.”
Onochie’s tweet thread is attached below:
Lauretta Onochie
@Laurestar

  1. I do not understand what Pres.
    @MBuhari has to do with Mr. Onye of Airpeace being indicted and charged in the USA.
    According to our Attorney General, Fed. Govt. has not even been informed of the situation.
    American laws go after those who BREAK them.
  2. How much has Nigeria invested Delta Amnesty Programme, NDDC derivation funds?
    All, mostly in a black hole
    Do we know the extent of poverty, i disease in the Niger Delta?
    Please let America too help us see Delta underdeveloped Niger Delta
  3. I do not understa Pres. @MBuhari ha Mr. Onyema of Airp indicted and charge
    According to our At General, the Fed. G even been informed situation.
    American laws go af who BREAK them
    What a man sows…
    Lauretta Onochie
    @Laurestar
  4. Those of us from the Niger Delta direct beneficiaries of the suffering emanated from the looting of our tackle them.
    It’s our war that is being fought.
    Laws, Nigerian or American, go aft break them so we must mind our b QED!


The Presidency, through an aide, has given an informal response to the US indictment of Air Peace CEO Allen Onyema on criminal fraud charges, suggesting that the airline mogul answer for the crimes of which he has been formally accused.
This was contained in a tweet storm by Lauretta Onochie, President Muhammadu Buhari’s aide on Social Media.
In her verified tweeter handle, Onochie said: “I do not understand what Pres.@MBuhari has to do with Mr Onyema of AirPeace being indicted and charged in the USA.
“According to our Attorney General, the Fed. Govt has not been informed of the situation.
“American laws go after those who BREAK them. What a man sows….
“When the scales suddenly fall off their eyes, we must give it time because it’s either they are pursuing something or something is pursuing them.
“When AirPeace proprietor became a ‘hero,’ I was not fooled. Something was pursuing him. He knew America had him where they wanted him.”
Onochie’s tweet thread is attached below:
Lauretta Onochie
@Laurestar

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