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Billionaires Talking Climate Change Tie Up Air Traffic w/Their Private Jets


A cabal of some of the most high-profile people in media, finance, and technology descended on Idaho’s resort town of Sun Valley in private jets this past week to tackle, among other things, climate change.

On the day the conference began, traffic from private jets got to be so busy that the Federal Aviation Administration temporarily banned planes on the West Coast from taking off.

The FAA told Fox News it held planes on the ground at their departure airports to avoid congestion in the airspace around Sun Valley.

The manager of the Friedman Memorial Airport in the neighboring town of Hailey, predicted ahead of the conference that he expected more than 90 private planes.

A session preaching the perils of climate change to people who flew to the event on their own carbon-emitting Gulfstream jets rankled some business leaders that FOX Business contacted earlier in the week.

One CEO, ironically referring to Gates said, “Talking climate change on his private jet?”

Steve Milloy pointed out the obvious “Climate Hypocrisy”.  

So many billionaires in private jets flew to Sun Valley to hear 

@BillGates rave about climate that the FAA had to stop temporarily shutdown Western air space to other air traffic.

Often referred to as a summer camp for some of the world’s billionaires, this year’s fun in the sun was attended by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.  Billy’s public image has taken a hit over his upcoming divorce and reported ties to alleged sexual deviant Jeffrey Epstein.  

The closing speech was given by super-wealthy Warren Buffett.  

There were no “working-class Americans” taking a week off from work, and driving their cars and trucks to Idaho, so they could speak about real-life, everyday concerns.  

Why make the trip when their voices would likely have been drowned out by the roar of all those private, carbon polluting, jets, shuttling “woke” billionaires to and from their next virtue-signaling event? 

Google Celebs Party Against Climate Change in Private Jets


Google is tossing a star-studded bash this week to promote the fight against climate change – but ironically the three-day powwow at a posh seaside resort in Italy stands to trigger a torrent of pollution itself.

While the guest list is top secret, those reportedly invited to “Camp Google” – hosted by company founders Larry Page and Sergei Brin – are Tom Cruise, Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg, Prince Harry, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, Katy Perry, John Legend, Harry Styles, Stella McCarthy, Nick Jonas, Gayle King, and Barry Diller.

For 72 hours, some 300 invitees will cavort at the ultra-luxurious Verdura Resort & Spa on the southwest coast of Sicily. They will attend earthy-crunchy seminars on global warming, human rights, health, and education as well as bask in the sun, dip into the sea and enjoy gourmet meals and top-shelf booze.

But with many of the attendees pouring in in their fume-spewing private jets, helicopters and yachts – the atmosphere is no doubt distressed by a substantial carbon footprint.

According to the New York Post, if the number of jets that are expected show up, some 784,000 kilograms of CO2 will be released into the air. Excessive CO2 in the air is responsible for the so-called “Greenhouse Effect.”

And the news website DailyMail.com reports: “With environmental costs thrown in – guests arriving in Palermo on 114 fuel-guzzling planes, roaring around Italy in Maseratis, and enjoying the well-watered golf courses and swimming pools at their $903-a-night resort – the climate party quickly made a mockery of its grandiose intentions.”

Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, also took note of event’s double-edged sword, posting a Washington Examiner story on Twitter titled: “Climate activist celebrities arrive at ‘Google Camp’ by yachts, helicopters, and private jets.”

And Jason Kenney, the premier of Alberta, Canada, remarked on Twitter:

“Another celebrity environmental conference, another hypocritical display of mega yachts, private jets, and conspicuous consumption while billions live in energy poverty. They’re pretty flagrant about it: ‘do as I say, not as I do.'”

The splashy party costs Google about $20 million to put on and includes a private concert by Coldplay’s Chris Martin by the ancient ruins at Valley of the Temples.

“As for the brainstorming sessions, you need not worry that they’ll be too arduous on the guests. Morning discussions are reportedly followed by afternoons and evenings of relaxation, food, and drink,” Nick Bastone of Business Insider writes.

Among the yachts now anchored off the beach at Verdura, according to Forbes.com, are German pharmaceutical titan Udo J. Vetter’s Aquarius, and Barry Diller and Diane Von Furstenberg’s EOS. Meanwhile, London’s Daily Mirror reports an early speaker, a barefoot Prince Harry, stressed the importance of tackling climate change before a crowd of 200.

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Nigerian Musicians Who Own Private Jets – Pictures and Price


The Nigerian music industry has remained one of the most vibrant and entertaining music industries replete with talented artists. These artists do a lot of hard work, hence it’s no surprise they are wealthy. The net worth of most Nigerian musicians is often calculated in billions of naira. They truly do have the wealth to afford luxurious lifestyles. In recent times, beyond just having a garage full of exotic cars, Nigerian artists now have private jets to their lists of personal belongings. I was curious about Nigerian artists with private jets, the names I saw interested me. If you are curious too, then in this article, you will find a list of Nigerian musicians with one or more private jets. Let’s fly!

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Wizkid Private Jet

Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun popularly known as WIZKID or Starboy is a popular Nigerian musician, stage performer, and songwriter. Wizkid has been in the Nigerian music industry for over a decade now and sure does have millions of fans both nationally and Internationally. It’s been reported that Wizkid charges millions of naira and thousands of dollars to perform at shows and events. No wonder his estimated net worth is ₦7.3 Billion.

How can a star music performer like Starboy himself travel on a commercial airplane, ehn? Wizkid has a private jet he flys in on shows and sometimes just to chill out with friends like Phyno.

Davido Private Jet

Davido Private Jet
Davido Private Jet

The one who calls himself ‘Omo Baba Olowo’ meaning ‘Son of a wealthy man has to have a private jet. Davido is one of Nigeria’s topmost music artists. He’s the son of Nigerian billionaire Adedeji Adeleke, although he claims he earned his wealth through his hard work in the music industry. His estimated net worth is ₦8.5 Billion.

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Davido doesn’t hesitate to show off his wealth on social media. Davido is also one of the youngest Nigerians to own a private jet, a Bombardier Global Express 6000. Davido private jet price is approximately $62 million. It requires maintenance of about N252,000,000 to N1,440,000,000 each year. There are rumors that this jet belongs to his dad. Davido’s dad also has a Bombardier Challenger 605 as another of his jet acquisition.

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Don Jazzy Private Jet
Don Jazzy Private Jet

Don Jazzy with a bountiful net worth of $10 million does have a lot of money to spend on getting the best things this world has to offer. He’s another successful Nigerian musical artist with loads of songs in his name. He is a Nigerian record producer, singer, businessman, songwriter, and the current CEO of Marvin Records Label Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1218133-nigerian-musicians-private-jets.html.

DJ Cuppy Private Jet

DJ Cuppy Private Jet
DJ Cuppy Private Jet

Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, professionally known as DJ Cuppy, or simply Cuppy, is a Nigerian disc jockey and producer. She is the daughter of Nigerian businessman Femi Otedola. DJ Cuppy made it really big in the music industry at a young age. She’s one of the few Nigerian female billionaires. The 25-year old DJ Cuppy is well known for her innovative music mix amongst Nigerians and International fans. Reports have it that her father, who is very supportive, is a major reason why DJ Cuppy is successful in the competitive Nigerian music sphere. She has a net worth of 700 million NGN.

Being the wealthy lady she is, and the daughter of a billionaire, she has a private jet in her name. It’s definitely much easier flying in your jet right? Check out pictures of DJ Cuppy cruising in her private jet.

Tiwa Savage Private Jet
Tiwa Savage Private Jet

TIWA Savage is the music queen of the Nigerian music industry with a net worth of $5 Million Dollars. Surely, a queen like her won’t fly in commercial airlines? In addition, she is a brand ambassador to different brands like Nestle Maggi chicken cubes, Forte Oil, Pepsi, and Konga. Tiwa Savage has shown that Nigerian female artists are in no way behind in enjoying luxury like their male counterparts.

P Square Private Jet

P Square Private Jet
P Square Private Jet

P-SQUARE consisting of Peter and Paul Okoye before they went their separate ways are two talented musicians who made a lot of vibes in the music industry. For ease of movement, they acquired a private jet, which was later sold off alongside their mansion due to the fight.

Owning a private jet indeed makes life more easier and convenient. These musicians with their immense wealth do have what it takes to enjoy luxury at its peak.

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Nnamdi Kanu lived five-star life, travelled in private jets —Lai Mohammed


The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, on Thursday, alleged that the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu, lived a five-star life across several countries.

He said Kanu travelled on chartered private jets, lived in luxury apartments, and was always turning out in designer wears and shoes.

Speaking on Kanu’s re-arrest at a press conference in Abuja, Mohammed said the IPOB leader was re-arrested through a collaborative effort between Nigerian security agencies and their international counterparts.

The Minister said, “As you are aware, the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, has been re-arrested and repatriated to Nigeria to resume his trial. This was made possible through the collaboration of Nigerian security and intelligence agencies.

“Kanu, who is facing an 11-count charge of treason, treasonable felony, terrorism and illegal possession of firearms, among others, jumped bail in 2017 and left the country. On Tuesday, Kanu was re-arraigned in court and ordered to be remanded in the custody of the DSS, while the case was adjourned till July 26-27, 2021

“Gentlemen, the Federal Government wishes to commend the Nigerian security and intelligence agencies, who collaborated to re-arrest the proscribed IPOB leader in one of the most classic operations of its type in the world. We commend the professionalism, diligence, patriotism, and painstaking efforts of our security and intelligence agencies. We also thank the sister international agencies that collaborated with us to pull off this arrest.

“It will interest Nigerians to know that for over two years, our security and intelligence agencies were on the trail of the proscribed IPOB leader as he lived a five-star life across several countries, travelling on chartered private jets, living in luxury apartments, and turning out in designer clothes and shoes. Of course, as we all saw, he was wearing an attire made by Fendi, a luxury Italian fashion brand, when he was arrested.”

By Victor Uzoho

Fraud, private jets and a Lamborghini – WND


(USATODAY) — In the past year, televangelists – including Kenneth Copeland, who recently went viral for an inflammatory “Inside Edition” interview, and Franklin Graham, son of legendary evangelical preacher Billy Graham – have been embroiled in controversy, one way or another.

Copeland, a Texas evangelist, came under fire for a viral “Inside Edition” video in which he defended his three private jets. But he’s not the only one to make headlines.

From buying a $200,000 Lamborghini SUV as an anniversary gift to reportedly turning away hurricane evacuees, these 10 televangelists have caught flak for their actions and sermons.

6 Private Jets in Nigeria and their Owners.




According to the Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, Captain Muhktar Usman, 146 private jets in Nigeria fly into the country frequently. Estimates also say that Nigerian private Jet owners spend about N30 billion a year on maintenance of these jets.

In this post, we’ll take a look at the private Jets in Nigeria and these Private jet owners themselves.

Private Jets in Nigeria and their owners

#1. TB Joshua’s Private Jet

We hear TB Joshua has the most expensive Private Jets of them all, coming in at $3 million for only yearly maintenance cost. The Jet which was built in 2010 with registration number N131LK was delivered to its first user in 2013 (oh! So it’s even second hand sef) after which TB Joshua bought it 2 years after around early 2015.

Also read: Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua is moving to Israel, See why

#2. Ayodele Oritsejafor Private Jet

The General Overseer of Word of Life church, Warri owns a Bombardier Challenger 601 Aircraft which was given to him as a gift when he clocked 40 years in Ministry. In 2014 however, it was rumored that the Pastor’s Jet was used to smuggle almost $10 million dollars to South Africa.

#3. Folorunsho Alakija Private Jet

Next on our list of owners of Private Jets in Nigeria is the founder of Famfa Oil and richest black woman in the world with a staggering net worth of $1.2 billion. Folorunsho Alakija like Oritsejafor owns a Bombardier, however hers is a Bombardier Global Express XRS.

#4. Aliko Dangote Private Jet

We all know the richest black man in the world practically has a garage of private Jets. Well, he also owns a Bombardier Global Express XRS Jet like Alakija.

#5. Bola Tinubu Private Jet

The former Governor of Lagos state owns a P-CBT Falcon 900DX (who in the world names these things anyway) private Jet which he reportedly bought for $35 million.

#6. Mike Adenuga Private Jet

The second richest man in Nigeria owns a Bombardier Challenger 604 Aircraft, a Bombardier Global Express XRS and a Falcon 7X.

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