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Reps decry attack on Kaduna airport, voice no Nigerian is stable to commute

by Good News

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

Home of Representatives, [PHOTO CREDIT: Official Twitter handle of Reps NGR]

The Home of Representatives has decried most modern attack on the Kaduna Worldwide Airport, the attach bandits killed several aviation workers.

This adopted the adoption of a circulation by Nnolim Nnaji (PDP-Anambra) at the plenary on Tuesday in Abuja.

In his circulation, he said there modified into once an pressing have to investigate the bandit attack and provides a boost to security surveillance and personnel in all Nigerian airports.

“No person is stable to commute by air if sure steps are no longer taken urgently to safeguard our airports from banditry attacks, all in favour of the realm requirements on airport security administration as outlined by Worldwide Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO),” Mr Nnaji said.

The lawmaker recalled that a pair of year ago, bandits attacked the staff quarters of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), at the Kaduna Worldwide Airport, and kidnapped about 12 contributors.

He expressed converse that the bandits’ attacks at the Kaduna airport may presumably perhaps presumably escalate to other airports all over the country, if no longer checkmated.

The Home, therefore, entreated the Aviation Ministry, Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and security agencies to be proactive in securing the airports.

It added that up to the moment security surveillance tools on the perimeters in the total airports may presumably perhaps presumably goal composed be included.


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