The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has mentioned it has no plans to close down the Kaduna Worldwide Airport, despite bandits’ assault on its employees in Kaduna.
FAAN Director, Capt. Hamisu Yadudu, made this identified to newsmen throughout an oversight go to by the Senate Committee on Aviation to numerous airport businesses in Lagos.
Yadudu mentioned the administration of FAAN, and the assorted safety businesses would cease at nothing in making certain the security of human and gear in any respect the nation’s airports.
He mentioned FAAN had already beefed up safety networks in all of the nation’s airports.
In response to him, the present assault on the Kaduna airport is not going to discourage FAAN from clamping down on any unlawful actions wherever throughout the sector.
“This incident is totally completely different from closing down the airport. It’s a safety concern that we now have at our employees quarters.
“Numerous our employees don’t even reside in these quarters. If there’s a want for us to shut it, we’ll shut it, however that is even distant from it.
“There isn’t a want for that drastic motion; only a small share of our members of employees keep within the employees quarters; the remainder are all residing within the city.
“Additionally, our employees quarters are correctly fenced though the fence was damaged, however someway, someplace, issues occurred, and now it’s time for us to counter as we now have been doing all the time,” he mentioned.
Recall that armed bandits within the early hour of Saturday attacked the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, quarters, on the Kaduna airport and kidnapped 9 individuals.
These kidnapped included a household of 6 and one other housewife and her two youngsters.
It was additionally gathered that the bandits gained entry to the quarters by the airport runway, at about 12.30am.