•Says better days ahead
By Timi Black
A young successful aviation industry entrepreneur,TMT Travels and Tours Limited, Mr. Ifeanyi Onukwubiri, has lauded President Muhammdu Buhari for lifting, the ban on Twitter, saying that the lifting would help to boost many businesses.
The commendation was contained in a statement signed by himself which was sent to Congress correspondent in Warri, Delta State.
Mr. Ifeanyi who is doubled as the chairman of TMT, a local and international flight firm, located in Lagos told journalists,”The Twitter ban affected businesses globally. There have been economic costs. A report on the cost of internet shutdowns in 2021 estimates that Nigeria lost $1.45 billion as a result of the seven-month Twitter ban, making it the second worst hit country by an internet shutdown.
”Out of this $1.45 billion, we in TMT, a company deals of travels, we had our fair share as our clients in Twitter were shutdown completely. But I thank Mr. President for his wisdom to listening to the voice of reasoning. The good news is that after the ban lifting, businesses at all sectors are bouncing back. Better days are ahead”He stated
He was also a member of the famous global money team owned by Floyd mayther.
The chairman of TMT, urged young entrepreneurs to set a long term goal and be focused to succeed in business. “No legitimate business takes a sudden flight to success. No short cut to success in business You must build the business from the ground with diligence, hard work, integrity and a set goal. If you want to succeed, you must learn from those who have made it in the same line of business. Although, what is good for Mr. A may not work out for Mr. B. The applications may be different. But the principles of successful business are the same.” He maintained.
He also advised young Nigerian entrepreneurs to stay out of relationship, until you are successful, noting that the relationship you are seeking for may perhaps, ruin your business as your vision and dream may no be the same.
The young entrepreneur on aviation industry, however, appealed to the federal government to boost the aviation industry with policies that will help those in the industry to succeed.