The Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, paid for his botched Cotonou-Paris-Hamburg flight through a United Kingdom-based travel company, findings by our correspondent have shown
Further findings also revealed the ticket was paid for in British pound sterling using a cheque as means of payment.
Igboho, following a security raid on his Ibadan home in Oyo State by operatives of the Department of State Services, planned a trip to Germany to join his family but was arrested at the Cotonou Airport on July 19, 2021, by the Republic of Benin authorities.
According to our correspondent Igboho was to travel on Air France from the Republic of Benin via France to join his family in Germany on July 19, 2021.
He was to travel on flight AF700, which would depart the Republic of Benin for France before a connecting flight to Germany.
According to findings from airport and aviation officials, the Cotonou-Paris-Hamburg flight was to depart Cotonou Airport at 11.35pm and arrive at the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport at 5.20pm the following day, July 20, 2021.
Further findings revealed that the UK travel firm, which bought the ticket using cheque as means of payment, had since claimed the ticket refund.
It was gathered that the Business Class Cotonou-Hamburg ticket had cost £2,685.