The Minister of Aviation and the authorities of the National Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) have admitted the existence of the four limousines photographed by citizen reporters at the premises of TRACON yesterday, and exclusively reported last night.
The limousines have been at the NAMA premises since June 2013 after they were imported into Nigeria supposedly to move VIPs.
Jolted by SaharaReporters revelations however, the agency has today been shopping for someone to claim the vehicles to enable NAMA and the beleaguered Aviation Minister Stella Oduah arrange a press conference with the phantom owner.
Last night when SaharaReporters confronted NAMA spokesperson, Supo Atobatele about the existence of the limos, he denied the story but immediately shut off his phone as soon as we told him we were in possession of the photographs.
NAMA has not denied the allegations that it purchased four Toyota Tundra cars, which are reportedly in the pool of Mrs. Oduah's oil company, for the Minister.
Our sources say that since last night, frantic efforts have been underway to return them to NAMA offices in order to prepare grounds for the claim that they were being used for "operational purposes".