According to a PM News report, Kashamu was supposed to travel to Abuja from Lagos on Tuesday. He was comfortably seated in the Business class cabin of Aero Flight 127, along with his lawyers. Suddenly, the captain announced that the light of an indicator had not come on brightly enough and that the Aero engineers were fixing the problem. He subsequently assured passengers that the problem was nothing to worry about, and that it would be fixed in less than three minutes.
However, Kashamu refused to stay on the plane, and proceeded to disembark from the aircraft, along with his lawyers.
According to reports, Aero Flight 127, which left Lagos at 2:45 on Tuesday, landed in Abuja without incidents.