Meanwhile, United Progressive Party (UPP) Senator Damani Tabor confirmed, last week, that Antigua Airways and parent company Marvelous Mike Press Ltd. were not, at the time, properly registered in Nigeria.
Tabor says this information can be gleaned and verified from the website of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in the African state.
According to Tabor, the parent company was first registered on July 24, 2006, but its current status is “inactive.” He reports that a prompt appears on the website, directing that the company visit CAC to update its status.
Meanwhile, Tabor says that Antigua Airways, which reportedly is the subsidiary company of Marvelous Mike Press Ltd., is currently under registration.
The Senator says that entering into business with a company which is not duly registered creates a problem.
The UPP is concerned that something untoward might be behind the formation of this airline and could have the potential to place Antigua and Barbuda in a bad light.