Dana Air has partnered Royal Films Academy on a movie titled “Forgotten in Libya.”
The move is part of efforts to encourage youth to stay back in the country and make ends meet rather than embarking on illegal migration to other countries.
The movie is billed to be premiered on March 30th in Owerri and will be distributed free to all tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
The Accountable Manager of Dana Air, Obi Mbanuzuo, made this known while speaking with journalists in Lagos.
Obi said the contribution in the film was part of the efforts of the airline to contribute positively to the well-being of Nigerians.
“We will continue to support projects and movies like this to encourage our youth not to leave our dear country for another country where they are not welcome.
”Recently, we were regaled with stories of Nigerians who were deported from another African country and subjected to inhuman treatments and that was really uncalled for and unacceptable,” he said.
Obi also added that the airline had introduced special fares for flights in the spirit of Easter.
His words: ”Also in the spirit of Easter, we have introduced special fares of 18,000 premium economy and 45,000 business class to any of our destinations and you can avail these special fares by booking online at www.flydanaair.com.
“The BOGOF promo is for any of our guests that books a return ticket between 12 midnight on Thursday 29th March, and 12 midnight on Good Friday.”