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AFRAA turmoil a reflection of Africa’s confusing aviation direction. Safety is the main victim

When the African Airlines Association, AFRAA, elected Nick Fadugba as Secretary General just over six months ago, there was an expectation of action, of a new direction for a floundering aviation industry. There was certainly a great deal of rhetoric in the wake of his appointment. But then he summarily resigned two weeks ago, shortly to be replaced by AFRAA’s Director, Government, Corporate and Industry Affairs, Tewodros Tamrat, throwing the organisation into turmoil.

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