Keyamo orders the demolition of
Bishop Oyedepo’s Dominion Hangar at Lagos Airport
The minister of Aviation Festus Keyamo has ordered the demolition of Dominion Hangar at the Muritala Mohamed Airport Lagos.
Meanwhile reactions are trailing the aviation Minister’s move to demolish the multibillion-naira private jet hanger belonging to Bishop David Oyedepo’s Living Faith Church at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.
Keyamo’s demolition plan not only affected Dominion Hangar, owned by Bishop Oyedepo, but also Evergreen Apple, owned by Dr Harold Demuren, the former director general of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, FG claims that the two hangars will be demolished to make room for the new terminal’s apron.
But according to report reaching RPTVBLOG the decision was initially conceived by the former Aviation minister Hadi Sirika days after an alleged phone call between Oyedepo and the presidential candidate of the Labour party, Peter Obi, about 2023 election was leaked to the press.
According to our source the decision to demolish the hanger was first taken just few days after the controversial ‘Yes Daddy’ audio of the Labour Party Presidential candidate, Peter Obi, and Oyedepo leaked.
In the audio which has been described as ‘deep fake’, Obi begged Oyedepo for support ahead of the presidential poll.
The audio has generated reactions among the supporters of the All Progressives Party candidate, Bola Tinubu and ‘Obidient Movement’, a support movement for the LP candidate.
Keyamo gave the order on Thursday, August 31, when he visited the Lagos Airport during his facility tour just few days after his inauguration as the aviation Minister.