Mustapha Chike-Obi, managing director, Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria , has declared that distressed airlines in the country owe the corporation N135 billion ($831m). The corporation took over the non-performing loans of eight airlines, two which has accessed the controversial N300 billion Aviation Intervention Fund. The list of the airlines has not been made public but it will be made available to the chairman and co-chairman of the National Assembly panel, Senator Hope Uzodinma and Hon. Nkeiruka Onyejiocha, which is investigating the Dana Air crash. Chike-Obi did confirm however that Air Nigeria was not among the airlines. He added that
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