Federal Airports Authority Of Nigeria - FAAN
Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria has commenced screening of passengers in Nigerian airports. This was disclosed in a short video posted on the organisations Twitter handle on Thursday, August 8.
An Nigerian journalist identified as Caleb Somtochukwu Okereke on Facebook has raised an alarm over unsafe practices in Muritala Muhammed International airport, Lagos. According to him, travelers were not screened for Ebola.
A female security staff of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Jennifer Luka, has been suspended indefinitely by the agency for stealing the sum of $600 from two pilgrims travelling to Saudi Arabia from Yola.
The Asaba airport was opened with fanfare in 2013, but rapid deterioration of the new runway required major restoration, which was fixed by the Ifeanyi Okowa administration.
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has indefinitely suspended the aviation security unit heads on duty when an unidentified man disrupted an Azman Air flight on Friday, July 19.
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has revealed the identity of the man who caused panic at Lagos airport on Friday, July 19 after trying to stowaway on a flight and also sacked four staff as it investigates the incident.