Aliko Dangote has denied charges that he is a co-proprietor of Executive Jets Services Ltd, an aviation company whose working permit was as of late suspended inconclusively by the Ministry of Aviation in the wake of ridiculing lockdown rules for wellbeing when it passed on an artiste to Abuja for a show.
An announcement by Anthony Chiejina, Group Head, Branding and Corporate Communications, Dangote Group disproved claims that Alhaji Aliko Dangote is the part proprietor of Executive Jets Services Ltd and further precluded possession from claiming the Bombardier Challenger 605 with enlistment number 5N-EXS.
He said, “Our attention has been drawn to an online publication which alleged that our President/CE, Aliko Dangote is a co-owner of the Executive Jets Services Ltd, a private airline based in Lagos. We hereby refute this allegation in its entirety, as Aliko Dangote has no stake or vested interest in the Executive Jets Services Ltd.”
He further said “The said aircraft Bombardier Challenger 605 with registration number 5N-EXS does not belong to Aliko Dangote. Dangote Group only keeps its fleet of aircraft in the hangars operated by Executive Jets Services Ltd just as others also avail themselves of the hangar services. The general public is hereby advised to disregard this unfounded and misleading report.”