MamaJ television set for launch May 20

All is set for the launch of MamaJ television slated for May 20, 2023, in Lagos as it would mark a groundbreaking moment in the ever-evolving landscape of digital media.

The promoter of MamaJ television, Joy Ogbebo said over time, it’s been observed that most media misrepresentations, conflict, and issues between customers and service providers in the aviation and tourism industries are largely due to a lack of knowledge and the right information, adding that they have identified the gap.

“As aviation professionals, with decades of experience in Aviation, we are determined to join other media stakeholders in the industry to change the narrative.

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Joy Ogbebo (Mamaj)

“At this time of gross ignorance and misinformation about the Aviation and Tourism industry, there is no better time to curate content and create a dedicated channel that will inform and properly educate society about the industry in a holistic manner. Mamaj Aviation and Tourism TV is a platform that has been created to close this gap. We are excited to join the many Aviation media professionals to promote these industries positively”.

She listed the Director-General of Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt Musa Nuhu as the chief launcher

Also listed are co-launchers and invited special guests, Mathew Pwajok, Managing Director of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Chairman of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema, Capt. Ado Sanusi, MD/CEO, Aero Contractors, Mr. Afolabi Babawande, Founder, Green Africa, Capt. Fola Akinkuotu, former Managing Director o NAMA.

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Others are Engr Akin Olateru, DG, NTSB, Dr. Bankole Bernard, MD, Finchglow group, Dr.Alex Nwuba, President, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of Nigeria, Mrs. Nkechi Oyenso, MD/CEO, Pathfinders International, Mr. Emmauel iza, MD/CEO, Xejet airlines, Prof. Obiora Okonkwo, Chairman, United Nigeria Airlines, Capt. Abdulsalam Mohammed, former rector, Ncat George Uriesi, COO, Ibom Air, Capt. Udom, CEO, Ibom Airlines, Chairman, Valujet, Kingsley Wokoma, president. Afarn, Amb. Ikechi Uko, Mr. Tony Ukachukwu, CEO, of Aviators Africa among others.

Wole Shadare