WEF: Nnamdi Azikwe Airport Experiences Normal Flights
The Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, experienced normal flight movements, in spite of government’s directive, closing all schools and public offices in Abuja between May 7 and 9.
The directive for the closure was issued due to the the World Economic Forum.
Mrs Henrietta Yakubu, Deputy General Manager, Cooperate Communications, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) said this in an interview in Abuja on Wednesday.
Yakubu said operations at the airport would go on as expected throughout the period of the forum.
“Though there were no much passengers both at the local and international wings of the airport, normal activities are ongoing.
“Flights have landed and taken off. Even this morning, British Airlines landed and took off,’’ Yakubu said.
She assures passengers that adequate security measures had been put in place to ensure hitch free movement during and after the World Economic Forum.
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