Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

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The Minister of State for Aviation, Sen Hadi Sirika, has met and held a series of meetings with the proposed investors. In photos retweeted by the minister via his twitter handle @Hadisirika, it shows that the investors are not far from those that have been rumoured about.

It was reported earlier by the major news outlet that Qatar Airways and Ethiopian airlines are in talks to take over the 95% stake for the new Nigeria National Carrier.

Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

Sen. Hadi Sirika and team, meeting with CEO Ethiopian Air Mr Tewolde GebreMariam at the Farnborough Airshow

Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and other investors met the minister at the Farnborough International Airshow in London to further straighten their talk for the Nigeria Nationa Carrier Project, Nigeria Air.

Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

Hadi Sirika With HE Akbar Al-Baker the Group CEO of Qatar Airways

Earlier this month, Sen. Hadi Sirika met with African export-import bank (AFREXIM) team as they show interest to invest in the National Carrier Project. African export-import bank (AFREXIM) has supported Ethiopian, Rwandan, Kenyan and South African.

Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

AFREXIM meeting with HMSA Hadi Sirika in the early hours of today, eager to invest in the National Carrier Project.

When Sagetravels.com contacted one of the team members of Minister of State for Aviation to inquire if any investor or investors have been selected for the National Carrier, he disclosed that none has been selected. However, he noted that the selection process is in accordance with ICRC regulations.

No, it will be a competitive process in accordance with ICRC regulations. Qatar and Ethiopian alongside other prospective investors have indicated interest to participate in the procurement process. he said

Recall that the minister in Farnborough International Airshow, London, disclosed that the new Nigeria Air is strictly a private sector affair as the private sector will have upper hand more than the government.

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From the look of things, it seems that the battle is going to be between Qatar Airways and Ethiopian Airlines. Which among these two Airlines would you like to manage the Nigeria National Carrier, Nigeria Air?

Do you have any Investor in mind that you would like to recommend for the New Nigeria National Carrier, Nigeria Air?

More Photos

Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

Sen. Hadi Sirika and team, meeting with the potential investor, CEO Ethiopian Air Mr Tewolde GebreMariam at the Farnborough Airshow

Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

HMSA Sen. Hadi Sirika seating with potential investors at the Farnborough Airshow.

Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

CEO Ethiopian Air Mr Tewolde GebreMariam and his team discussing with Hadi Sirika at the Farnborough Airshow

Nigeria Air: Aviation Minister Meets With Potential Investors

AFREXIM meeting with HMSA Hadi Sirika in the early hours of today, eager to invest in the National Carrier Project.

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