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Airline Seat Saga: I Can’t Justify My Action – Soyinka

Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, on Saturday confessed to being off-base for wrongly recognizing and sitting on a seat assigned to another person on a flight.

Previous representative hopeful Tonye Cole had uncovered how a young fellow would not surrender his seat for the dramatist during a universal flight.

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Responding in an announcement on Saturday, Wole Soyinka said he couldn’t wrongly distinguish an aircraft seat number like a considerable number of voyagers do regularly,

and everywhere throughout the world, and afterward endeavor to solidify the mistake in any structure, through the act, word, or signal.

He encouraged carriers to force fines on travelers who wrongly took seat onboarding and join continues from such activity with gifts from travelers to handle noble motivations all around, particularly wellbeing related case.

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“The individuals who grant themselves to be induced, notwithstanding for one second that I, Wole Soyinka, having wrongly distinguished a seat number like a great many voyagers constantly, and everywhere throughout the world,

would then endeavor to combine the blunder in any structure, through act, word, or motion, fit the bill to be the primary recipients of this unfathomably improved philanthropic strategy,” Soyinka said.