Hadi Sirika relocates to Enugu, ahead of Reopening of Akanu Ibiam International Airport

The Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika has relocated to Enugu ahead of the planned reopening of the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu on Sunday, 30th August, 2020.

Sources revealed that the Minister decided to immediately relocate to the coal city along with his officials and aides. The Minister’s relocation to Enugu is to monitor the finishing touches being done by the contractors handling the runway reconstruction and installation of facilities.

It is also to ensure that nothing stands in the way of the planned reopening. There have been apprehensions about the possibility of the resumption of flights at the airport as planned, as a result of the recent unwarranted and ill-advised pulling down of about two kilometres stretch of the perimeter fence of the airport by an individual claiming ownership of the land on which the fence was raised.

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