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We’re tackling infrastructural decay at airports – FAAN MD

Managing Director/Chief Executive of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Mrs Olubunmi Kuku, has said the authority is tackling infrastructure decay at its airports…

Managing Director/Chief Executive of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Mrs Olubunmi Kuku, has said the authority is tackling infrastructure decay at its airports across the country.

Kuku acknowledged that there is a huge infrastructure gap and assured that the authority under leadership would give the best to Nigerians.

Daily Trust reports that the FAAN MD marked 100 days in office as the helmsman of the airport authority.

Speaking with our correspondent at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) terminal two in Lagos during the inaugural flight of Air Peace to London, the MD said her experience on the job has been “pretty sweet.”

She said the feedback from Nigerians has been helpful in guiding the management’s decision and actions.

She said, “As you know we have quite a lot that we need to do in the sector. There is a huge infrastructure decay but we would take it a day at a time.

“We are actually pleading with Nigerians to please work with us because we would make sure that the right things are happening.”

She stated that the management is working to make all its facilities available for people with reduced mobility or disability.

It would be recalled that FAAN had shut an outlet of a fast food restaurant, KFC, at the airport for discriminating against a passenger with reduced mobility.

FAAN had asked the outlet to apologise to the passenger and commit to a non-discriminatory policy against persons with disability.

In return, KFC had apologised  on social media and insisted that the incident does not represent his policy as a brand.

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