The Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) said it will not hesitate to delist any beneficiary who flaws the Code of Conduct for the training of Cadet Pilots and Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in Alom Aviation Services Ltd.

NAIJA LIVE TV earlier reported that the Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Major Gen. Barry Ndiomu (rtd.) has allegedly awarded a N2.9 billion contract for the training of pilots at Alom Aviation Limited two weeks to the end of his tenure.

According to sources, the trainees are part of a total of 75 pilots and aircraft engineers sponsored by the Presidential Amnesty Programme to various Aviation Training Organizations (ATO’s) in Lagos (Nigeria), Johannesburg (South Africa) and Toulouse, (France) for type-rating courses as part of its aviation training scheme.

Speaking on Monday in Lagos, at the Inauguration Ceremony of the flag off, the Interim Administrator of the PAP, Major General Barry Ndiomu (Rtd), urged aviation stakeholders to take note of the program, and begin to look towards leveraging on the enormous pool of skilled manpower that the program will produce for the aviation industry.

Ndiomu who was represented by Wilfred Musa, PAP’s Head of Reintegration, said past PAP administrations had made efforts at revamping the training programs and cautioned that discipline must be imbibed throughout their learning process. 


“We will not hesitate to delist anybody who will run fowl of items as listed. (Code of Conduct),” he said.

In a brief remark, the facilitators of the program, Alom Aviation Services Ltd., expressed optimism that within a year, the trainees will be gainfully employed in the aviation industry.

Capt. Austin Omame, MD/CEO of Alom Aviation Services Ltd., assured that the beneficiaries will be closely monitored throughout their time with the aviation firm which he said is an Approved Training Organization (ATO) duly certified by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).

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