The Federal government is set to review it's Air agreements with various countries over ill treatment of Nigerians carriers especially during this period that the world is faced with the pandemic.

Nigeria's Minister of Foreign Affairs

The Minster of Foreign Affairs, Chief Geoffrey Onyeama made this known via his twitter page. The statement is coming after landing rights were denied to Air Peace at the London’s Heathrow Airport in UK. The minister urged aggrieved Nigerians not to protest but to the grateful to Air Peace for creating an alternative and also bearing all the costs at a higher price. 

He said; 
Having been allowed to carry out one very successful evacuation of Nigerians from London at very low fares.
“Air Peace in coordination with the Nigerian Government and full knowledge of the UK authorities scheduled two additional flights.
All the arrangements were made including payments, only for the UK authorities to withdraw landing rights close to departure despite strong representations by the Nigerian Government.
Including pointing out the hardship that would be caused to hundreds of Nigerian evacuees,

The minister reiterated that Air Peace could have refunded the money back to the passengers but due to their patriotic and exceptional spirit, they had to find an alternative carrier that would be acceptable by the UK government. 

This caused the evacuation to happen a day after the planned date and at a higher rate. 

He went further to say; 

This is to let the aggrieved evacuees know that the objects of their grievance should neither be Air Peace nor the Nigerian Government.
They should rather be eternally grateful to Air Peace.
The Nigerian Government will review its Air agreements with various countries as a result of the unacceptable treatment of Nigerian carriers during this pandemic,