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Nigerians react to News #NigeriaAir logo was Designed in Bahrain

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Nigerians react to news Nigeria Air logo was designed in Bahrain | BellaNaijaIt was revealed on Friday that the logo of the recently-announced national carrier Nigeria Air was designed by a company in Bahrain.

The logo features a ribbon in the Nigerian colours of green and white, with a slight optical illusion to make it look like an eagle. It’s completed with the words “Nigeria Air.”

The company, FROM6 Communications, shared a video confirming that they indeed handled the branding of Nigeria Air

What’s interesting is that the company had on July 18th, shared the video, writing:

Very proud to showcase our most recent Airline branding project, Nigeria Air. ??✈️Nigeria’s new flag carrier which was unveiled at Farnborough Airshow this week.#ImageAndTime #AMG #NigeriaAir

Following the backlash that came with the discovery, the company deleted that post and published another Friday, July 20th at about 9pm saying they worked with a Nigerian marketing agency Image & Time. They wrote:

In conjunction with Nigerian marketing agency Image & Time and Airline Management Group (AMG) Transaction Advisors for the new National Flag Carrier, we are very proud to showcase our most recent Airline branding project, Nigeria Air. ??✈️Nigeria’s new flag carrier which was unveiled at Farnborough Airshow this week.#ImageAndTime #AMG #NigeriaAir

Nigerians on social media have reacted to the news. Awarding the contract to a company in Bahrain is contradictory to the “Buy Nigerian to Grow the Naira” campaign the Federal Government has been running.

Check out a few of the tweets

 

3 Comments

  1. Baybie

    July 21, 2018 at 1:34 am

    This is not a laughing matter but LMAO!!!!

  2. Physio Tinu

    July 21, 2018 at 9:09 am

    I wanted to write and epistle but mehn, I’m still shoook about the transportation situation in Lagos yday. This country ehn, na to waka pass.

  3. tunmi

    July 23, 2018 at 11:51 pm

    I’m not surprised. I wonder what the Nigerian agency quoted and what the Bahrain agency quoted.

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