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Abuja airport second runway national priority ?FG
« on: October 22, 2014, 08:23:26 AM »
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 The Federal Government has said the construction of the second runway for the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, is on national priority list.This is even as it disclosed that ‎the completion of the total radar coverage of Nigeria?s airspace is attracting more international airlines ‎to come to Nigeria with the latest being Emirates Airline now flying from Abuja.The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Aviation, Cpt. Shehu Iyal, at a news conference in his office inside the Presidential Villa, said placing the second runway on a priority list was a presidential directive to the relevant ministers on the project.
Iyal said, ?the President has directed that the Abuja second runaway project be revisited and placed on national priority list. The construction is very soon. When the President gives an order, it has to be immediate.

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