The Lagos State Government says it is satisfied with COVID 19 safety measures put in place by officials of Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria.
State Deputy governor, Obafemi Hamzat stated this at during an assessment to check the preparedness of the Muritala International Airport for the reopening of international flights on Saturday. He said the airport was ready for international flights and advised passengers to adhered to safety measures and follow instructions by listening to Officials.
Meanwhile, The FAAN team, led by its Managing Director, Captain Rabiu Yadudu, on the inspection said three airlines were being expected on Saturday from two p.m and it was the primary responsibility of the agency was the insurance as well as ensured physically challenged passengers were taken good care of.
Today, the Deputy Governor of Lagos, @drobafemihamzat accompanied by @ProfAkinAbayomi & other members of @followlasg
Exco toured facilities put in place by @FAAN_Official at Muritala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos in preparation for international flight ✈️ resumption pic.twitter.com/sBfnldF5ht
— LSMOH (@LSMOH) September 4, 2020