Nigerian billionaire and CEO MRS Holdings Ltd, Sayyu Dantata, was recently spotted flying his chopper from Victoria Island in Lagos to Apapa. He did this to beat the normal gridlock on the road.
According to a clip of the incident that was recorded by one of Dantata’s staff and has since gone viral on the internet, he flew the helicopter all by himself and landed on top of his office building. Many of Dantata’s employees could be heard hailing him as he expertly landed and stepped out. The chopper is reportedly worth about N722 million.
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People’s Reactions: Some Nigerians who are yet to recover from the Benin-Lagos Expressway helicopter stunt, were quick to relate both incidents. Some even pointed out that this might be the season of helicopters, even as wealthy Nigerians continue to showcase their opulence.
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— Ary Berry (@AremuAbayomi5) June 26, 2019
Omooo com see level ?. Oluwa shine ur blessing on me.
— LAST CORPORAL (@ridwan_ashafa) June 25, 2019
Some people even joked that Lagos may soon start experiencing air gridlocks if these billionaires continue flying their helicopters around.
From the look of things Lagos road hold up will now switch to airspace hold up.
— harunawaleed (@harunawalid) June 25, 2019
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About Sayyu Dantata: Alhaji Sayyu Idris Dantata is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of MRS Holdings Ltd, formerly known as the MRS Group. He is a graduate of
Alhaji Dantata started acting as the chairman and Director of the MRS Oil Nigeria Plc since March 2009 and also served as the Director of the Engineering and Transport Division of Dangote Group. Also, he was a one time Director of Hydro Alternative Energy, Inc.
Dantata is also a Non-Executive Director of Nigerian Telecommunications
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