“I Had To Plot How To Track Akpabio Down, The Day We Met I Was Not Supposed To Be On Flight” – Nigerian Pilot, William Asuquo

“I Had To Plot How To Track Akpabio Down, The Day We Met I Was Not Supposed To Be On Flight” - Nigerian Pilot, William Asuquo

William Asuquo, a Nigerian pilot residing in the United States, described how former Akwa Ibom governor Godswill Akpabio played a critical part in assisting him in realizing his dream of becoming a pilot.

Asuquo described his strategic strategy to contact Akpabio for financial assistance to pursue his ation profession on Daddy Freeze’s Facebook live video. Asuquo recognized an opportunity to mimic their success after observing politicians frequently gifting pilots with large sums of money before boarding aircraft.

He said: “When you work as a Cabin Crew the money they gift you onboard the aircraft is more than your monthly salary. I noticed that whenever politicians come to board the aircraft, especially my governor then, Godswill Akpabio, he always gifts the pilot money in cash.

So, I thought to myself that I want to become a pilot too. I spoke to my friends, did my research, and noticed I was going to spend about N8 million to become a pilot if I were to travel to the United States of America for studies. So, I started plotting the game.

“I had to plot how to track Akpabio down. The day I met Akpabio and one of his ministers, I was not supposed to be on the flight. I got a call informing me that they are coming. I spent money to track them. The minister gave me N3,000,000 but the money wasn’t still enough.

“Two or three weeks later they called me that my governor was coming to board a flight, and I rehearsed my lines. I said; your Excellency, I greet you. I am a son of the soil where that airport is situated.

I am honored to work here, however, I think I am being paid 10% of what they pay the people that fly this aircraft and I can also fly it if I am given the opportunity. However, if this plane should fall off the sky anyway, some of us will die as rich men while some will die as poor men.

So, he asked me; you also want to die as a rich man? I said; absolutely. He asked if I have gotten the admission.

I responded with yes and he immediately minuted on it, approved it, and gave it to the secretary to process it. He did not only give me the school fees, but he also gave me $20,000 for upkeep, a total of $70,000.”

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