When contacted on the latest discovery, confronted with the facts, Mr. Supo Atobatele, NAMA spokesman, denied the existence of the stretch limos and claimed that NAMA is a “professional agency” that provides navigational aid to aircrafts flying within Nigeria’s airspace.
A fresh investigation by Sahara Reporters reveals that the National Airspace Management Agency, NAMA, another agency under the Aviation Ministry, also purchased four exotic Toyota Tundra cars for the Minister, Mrs. Stella Oduah. The exotic Toyota Tundras are in addition to four stretch limousine cars (pictured above) that were allegedly purchased for the movement of VIPs on the orders of Mrs Stella Oduah.
Sahara Reporters obtained the photos of the Limousines, which were parked at the headquarters of the Total Radar Coverage of Nigeria (TRACON) grounds in Abuja. NAMA’s CEO, Nnamdi Udo, reportedly made the purchase and ‘donation’ of the Tundras to the Minister in June 2013. The four Limousines were received in the third week of June but have never been put to use.
Unfortunately, at the end of Goodluck Jonathan’s administration, we gathered that the likes of Mrs. Stella Oduah will buy off these vehicles secretly as is the tradition.
Who will save Nigeria from this “highly corrupt” government?