Federal Government to build a new international terminal at Abuja

The Federal Government has concluded plans to build a new international terminal at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja. The existing terminal will then be used for domestic operations, while the current domestic terminal will become a GAT and Hajj terminal.

The Minister of Aviation also disclosed that the first phase of the airport-remodelling exercise will be completed before the end of May; the second phase of renovations will start in June.

The MD of FAAN, George Uriesi, evaded arrest by the EFCC. The anti-graft agency wants to quiz him about alleged improper contract awards and the recent row between the FAAN and Maevis. The Minister of Aviation, Stella Oduah, is also named in the in a string of scams, running into billions of Naira, at the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria.

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4 responses to “Federal Government to build a new international terminal at Abuja”

  1. anonymous says :

    Not worth commenting on.

  2. Lawan Ahmed Fagge says :

    My MD mr.George,be rest assured that the entire FAAN workers solidly behind you for all the good things that you brought to FAAN and above all the almighty GOD is with you,so forget about the agents of satan who are always enemies of progress.You have already set a legacy in the administration of FAAN.We never had sincere MD like you in the past.May GOD continue to give you devine wisdom to move the authority forward.Amen

  3. Eze says :

    Lawan, could you perhaps enlighten us with the real achievements of that FAAN MD (a civil servant after all), citing some empirical data to back up your claims which at the face of it seam like genuine emotive reaction to the article it worse, disguised self praise. Thank you.

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