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Green Africa Airways makes two new appointments

Posted 6 February 2018 · Add Comment

Green Africa Airways has appointed Captains Anselem Okojie and Folu Oladipo as Director of Flight Operations (DFO) & Chief Pilot, respectively.

Prior to joining Green Africa Airways, Captain Anselem served as Chief Pilot at Aero Contractors for almost a decade. Aero Contractors has one of the best long-term safety records in Nigeria and across the broader region (50+ years). He has also served as Fleet Captain, Training Captain & COO during the course of his career. Captain Anselem is one of the highest ranking Captains in the region.

Captain Folu currently serves as a B737 Captain at ASKY, a subsidiary of Ethiopian Airlines based in Lome, Togo with operations across West Africa. Prior to ASKY, he was Technical Pilot at Arik Airlines, Nigeria's largest carrier. As Technical Pilot, he was responsible for flight operations engineering, pilot recruiting and mentorship, and other general flight operations support to ensure customer safety.

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