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New BASL communication head resigns as terminal operator sacks CSO

AFTER the picketing of Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of Murtala Muhammed Airport Two (MMA2), Lagos in October last year by various aviation unions, a gale of resignations and sacks are continuously sweeping through staff of the terminal.

The latest in the tsunami is the Chief Security Officer (CSO), Mr. Olayinka Olatunji who has been laid off months before his retirement as he clocks 60 this year .

Apart from Olatunji , our correspondent has learnt that the new Head of Corporate Communications, MMA2, Lagos, Mrs. Eniola Ade-Solanke has also resigned.

These resignations and sacks may not be unconnected to the picketing of the terminal for about five days in October last year after which seven senior management staff, including its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Capt. Jari Williams were compelled to resign .

Also allegedly forced to resign were Head of Corporate Communications; Chief Stephen Omolale, Head of Internal Audit; Mr. Olakunle Tiamiyu, Head of Human Resources and Procurement; Mrs. Ikeoluwa Erinoluwa and Head of Space, Ms. Alake Macaulay.

Also, Ade-Solanke who succeeded Omolale as the Head, Corporate Communications December last year, it was learnt “voluntarily threw in the towel last Friday, over harsh working environment.”

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