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Nigeria to Sell Two Jets From President’s Fleet

Nigeria’s presidency is putting two of the jets in its fleet up for sale after President Muhammadu Buhari ordered a crackdown on waste by those in public office. But for those concerned about how the Nigerian president will make international and long-distance domestic trips, fear not—there will still be eight planes in the presidential fleet to choose from. Buhari’s spokesman Garba Shehu announced the sale of a Falcon 7X executive jet and a Hawker 4000 plane, reportedly worth $53.
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