- Lagos airport has been equipped with modern facilities to compete with global standards
- The terminal has according to good sources consists of a transit hotel facility where passengers can rest
- Meanwhile, Nigerians have reacted to the latest development with many people appreciating it
Nigeria is fast becoming a nation with massive infrastructure. The Lagos' new international airport which will open in 2021 is an attestation to this.
According to a tweet by Zengerzeng, the airport terminal has a transit hotel facility. Here passengers can rest before catching their flight.
Meanwhile, Nigerians on social media have reacted to the latest development.
@RencapMan in his reaction wrote:
"This new Lagos airport terminal will make a difference to Nigeria. First impressions do matter to visitors, as Lee Kwan Yew recognised in Singapore in the 1960s."
@Olaneeyee also wrote:
"I can't wait for PMB to deliver this. Kindly note, I don't want to see those folks asking "oga, wetin you get for your boys" anywhere near the Departure or Arrival, most especially. No one MUST shake down travelers, including those boys in our convenience rooms."
"Fantastic. I just hope the HVAC system works and we dont have people carrying buckets to take leaking AC/Rain water, but truth be told. PMB doing more with little resources .. the lopsidedness in his administration just messes up the good work.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that in what will please many Nigerians, Governor Jide Sanwo-Olu has donated N5 million to Lagos State University (LASU)'s best graduating student.
The governor also offered Dimeji_Shotunde automatic employment into the state’s public service.
This was disclosed @cbngov_akin1 on Twitter.
Legit.ng had also reported that Sanwo-Olu expressed concern over the high cases of coronavirus recorded in the state.
Legit.ng reports that he urged residents in the state to observe measures put in place to curb the spread of the virus, noting that the state government was doing everything possible to avoid another lockdown.
Sanwo-Olu said this in a tweet after the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced 1,354 new cases of COVID-19 in the country on Tuesday, January 5.
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