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FAAN assures of safety as Easter draws closer

AS Easter holiday approaches, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has assured passengers and other airport users that her network of airports are fully prepared and ready for the usual upsurge in passenger traffic that is the norm around this season.

In a statement released at the Authority’s headquarters in Lagos, FAAN noted that all necessary facilities, infrastructure and manpower to ensure seamless facilitation at the airports have been deployed.

Assuring passengers of safety and security, the Authority added that relevant security agencies have been mobilized to beef up security at all airports.

The Authority advised passengers to endeavour to leave for the airport early enough, so as to ensure that check in formalities are conducted in good time.

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