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Some passengers travelling to Lagos via Air Peace are stranded at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, Nigeria.

Meanwhile, Air Peace, has issued a statement on Friday on its Facebook page, blaming scarcity of aviation fuel for disruptions in its operations.

Air Peace

Part of the statement read, “This is to inform our valued customers that the worsening aviation fuel scarcity in Nigeria is taking a toll on our flight operations, causing some delays and cancellations.”

Video credit: Abiodun Sanusi

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