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NICOT president applauds Federal Government of Nigeria for new MMIA airport terminal

Advocates strict maintenance culture for sustainability

The president of the Nigerian Community Turkey (NICOT) Prince Emre Magboh has commended the Federal government of Nigeria for the completion and operation of the new terminal at Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos.

Prince Magboh gave his commendation after he toured the new terminal during his visit to Nigeria recently and applauded the state-of-the-art facility commissioned by the previous administration of former President Muhammadu Buhari.

The NICOT president describes the facility as top-notch and stands on par with International standards haven visited many developed countries in the world.

Speaking on the sustainability of the masterpiece, Prince Magboh called on the Aviation Minister and the Federal Government to instil a maintenance culture and Strict adherence to securing every piece of equipment that will keep the MMIA terminal afloat and maintain its rank as the best in Africa and the world.

Prince Magboh noted that the replacement of the 44-year-old erstwhile MMIA terminal is befitting and will project exponential growth economically.

Prince congratulated the minister for Aviation Festus Keyamo and the Federal Airport Authority FAAN for ensuring the full utilization of the new MMIA terminal by most operating carriers, he also commended them for the move to relocate the FAAN headquarters from Abuja to Lagos.

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