Undoubtedly one of the highlights of the 27th edition of the Crime Newshounds Association of Nigeria (CRAN) annual lecture and awards, in Lagos was once the honoring of Air Peace’s Crew for thwarting efforts by two ladies to visitors a three-month used boy from Lagos to Banjul.
Sunday Odita, President, Crime Newshounds Association of Nigeria (CRAN) acknowledged at the presentation: “We’re happy as journalists to ogle for the length of our responsibilities that every other folks are doing issues obliging of writing home about. When we considerable that an Air Peace Crew demonstrated commendable professionalism and humanness by worrying the try of two ladies to visitors a three-month toddler-boy on a Lagos-Banjul flight on June 4, 2018, we penned it down as one thing obliging of reward. Attributable to this truth, this day, I am privileged to fulfil what our contributors patriotically resolved over a year previously.”
The CRAN President counseled his contributors “for balloting nem-con to bestow the Most Security Unsleeping Crew Award on Air Peace Crew, even when it was once tabled sooner than the condominium for balloting many instances.” This he added, shows that the honor is properly deserved and properly intention out.
While calling on other folks in all walks of existence to emulate the uprightness demonstrated by the Air Peace Crew, he encouraged the winners to “be glad with the award since it is coming unsolicited from the judgment of right and wrong of the society.”
An happy, Stanley Olisa, Corporate Communications Executive, Air Peace, whereas thanking contributors of CRAN, explained that the airline trains its cabin crew to be very safety aware. “It has proved pleasant as the airline had in recent instances prevented three acts of tiny one trafficking. Our flight attendants are consistently safety aware and we can continue to partner with the Nationwide Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIPS, to file any suspected act of tiny one trafficking”.
Recounting how the incident occurred, he acknowledged, “Undoubtedly one of the flight attendants seen that a toddler was once crying perpetually on board and approached the supposed mother who refused to breastfeed the tiny one. Your entire lisp grew to become suspicious and on arriving Banjul, the crew alerted the authorities who puzzled the two ladies. It was once therefore chanced on that the tiny one was once not theirs and it was once clearly a case of tiny one trafficking”.
The crew that acquired the award were Capt. Isi Eghoghon, Capt. Sinmisola Ajibola and First Officer Ayodeji Bode-Thomas. Moreover, the cabin crew that were embellished with NAPTIP’s ambassadorial medals included Chioma Agba, Nana De-Man, Cynthia Ugba, Mojoko Ewane, Taiye Abbey, Victoria Okpiaifo and Ngozi Ezeamaka.
The CRAN Awards displays a willpower to reward contributors and organisations that comprise carried out key humanitarian initiatives, especially efforts geared toward combating crime.