Nigeria’s federal government has given all foreign airlines operating in the country a 30-day ultimatum to end “the discriminatory practice that sees Nigerian passengers paying higher fares than other passengers in West Africa”. Minister Stella Oduah issued the ultimatum in the capital city of Abuja yesterday. She said any international airline operating in Nigeria which failed to dismantle the fare imbalance and other sharp practices within the next 30 days would be banned from operating in the country. All of this started when British Airways refused to give up slots at Heathrow for Nigeria’s Arik Air. There are reports that

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