“Suspended from all company flights till further notice,” that is the message from CAMAIR-CO airlines to Mrs Tankoua Joyce. CAMAIR-CO airline has banned a female passenger from traveling with the airline because she posted unappealing images of its plane QC 222 on social media.
The note reads “as of Sunday, April 22, 2018 and in the days that followed, many of our compatriots echoed the defective state of seats on board our aircraft, after the publication of photographs by a passenger of the flight QC 222 from Douala to Garoua via Nsimalen on social media.”
“As result, Ms. Tankoua Joyce, the passenger formally identified at the origin of this incident, which seriously affects CAMAIR-CO’s image, is hereby suspended from the date of this signed notice from all company flights till further notice,” it adds.
Cameroonians have been reacting to this on social media.
A passenger has been banned from traveling on @camairco because she posted unflattering pictures of the interior of a plane on social media!
— Rebecca Enonchong (@africatechie) April 27, 2018
Is this even legal? Ban a customer from flying with @camairco because she pointed out shortcomings with your aircraft? WTF?
— Bate Felix Tabi Tabe (@BateFelix) April 27, 2018
Only makes more sense to RETWEET this more and more. Hopefully @camairco can also ban people who never use it's services. CameroUn is an ILLEGAL Country reminiscent of a mafia , a proper #ShitHole https://t.co/80SrUzVZcd
— ScreamingVoices (@WirBalFonMan61) April 27, 2018
Even @camairco too has started "sentencing" passengers for "spreading false news by electronic means".
Passenger banned from flying for posting "hard truths" on social media.
It's unfortunate that we're going down this path.
— 1000 Forms Of Fear 🦈 (@randzejude) April 27, 2018
@camairco There, that is the problem right there. Should a passenger be able to pull the leather off your seats? To even suggest that the passenger did this is beyond laughable. Just ridiculous. Sadly, you will never get it. SAD! #Shitholes What a disgrace! pic.twitter.com/glLr6GVV0Z
— Nicolo Di Wumio (@Nicolo_Di_Wumio) April 27, 2018