Saturday, 17 September 2016

Continent-wide reach and diversification – Benjamin Aghalieaku Arinze inaugurates airline in Swaziland

Benjamin Aghalieaku Arinze, prominent businessperson, reports The Street Journal, Friday 16 September 2016, has launched an airline in Swaziland, southern Africa. Aghalieaku Airways commenced operations last month (August) and has its base at the King Mswati III international airport, Manzini, Swaziland.

A statement on the airline’s website states: “Aghalieaku Airways is an aviation company that has a business strategy to set up base in the beautiful country of Swaziland … Developing the cargo aviation sector with a powerful and dynamic vision to create a hub site that will become your channel partner to servicing the aviation sector, locally, nationally, globally.”
(Benjamin Aghalieaku Arinze: ... strong will and sheer determination...)
Speaking on this venture, Arinze, the president of Aghalieaku Airways, says: “Driven by passion for people, development, growth and positive changes coupled with a strong will and sheer determination, my dream is to capture the aviation market sector and develop the African continent.” He adds:
My vision is to leave a legacy behind that will inspire and motivate the future generation to strive for greater heights, leaving no stones unturned in achieving their goals and vision by beating all odds in turning their dreams into reality.
(Sonny Clark Quintet, “Somethin’ special” [personnel: Clark, piano; Tommy Turrentine, trumpet; Charlie Rouse, tenor saxophone; Butch Warren, bass; Billy Higgins, drums; recorded: Van Gelder Studio, Englewoods Cliff, NJ, US, 21 November 1961])

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