One of Nigeria's biggest local airlines, Air Peace is back on the news again and it doesn't bode well as they have come under negative spotlight once again as video which emerged online showed passengers sweating profusely due to heat as the air conditioner failed.
The video shared by a Twitter user identified with his handle @joeycrazype0ple, who happened to be among the passenger on board the flight from Enugu to Lagos has gone viral with thousands of views while attracting reactions from Nigerians.
@joecrazype0ple was bitter as he shared the video with the caption "if I ever fly Airpeace again let me die". In another tweet, he lamented that he is in an aeroplane but not danfo as he shared photo of his sweating hands as a result of the heat.
In the video, passengers can be seen fanning themselves as they complained under the intense heat due to the failure of the AC.
This is not the first time the airline has come under scrutiny and criticism due to the failure of the plane's AC. One can't imagine the stress and discomfort the passengers were put through. Such reports shouldn't be heard of one of Nigeria's most promising and enterprising airline.
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