NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), has announced that it has since relocated its corporate headquarters to the nation’s Federal Capital, Abuja in compliance with the directive of the Federal Government.
The agency, in a statement signed by General Manager [Public Relations], Sam Adurogboye said as the Regulator, it was in fact the first to comply with the directive as a way of encouraging others to follow suit.
NCAA’s relocation, which was swift and seamless, has seen all its top management staffers including the Director General, Directors and other critical members of staff moved to Abuja.
The importance of the movement is to enhance and facilitate the seamless interface on critical policy issues between the Agency and the parent ministry, the Ministry of Aviation.
It is especially intended to bridge the gap between the Agency, the Ministry and other critical organs of the Federal Government in reaching decisions in real time by eliminating the bottlenecks usually associated with coordination of activities and efforts within and between large organizations, the results of which have already become manifest.
There is no denying the fact that this exercise has come with the attendant challenges, especially to staff. The Authority has however been able to address the concerns in such a way that the relocation has been made seamless as possible.
The general public is hereby enjoined to henceforth, address all correspondences to our Corporate Headquarters situated at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja.
It would be recalled that the Honourable Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika had in a memo dated 4th May, 2020 to all the agencies given an ultimatum for the relocation.
In conclusion, NCAA wishes to place on record its regrets to all her customers, especially the general public, stakeholders and all those whom we serve for the inconvenience this relocation may have caused. Be assured that we would do our best to serve you better in line with our mandate to ensure safer skies in Nigeria.