The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has reported one other breach of its safety protocol on the Nnamdi Azikiwe Worldwide Airport, Abuja.
This time it concerned the pinnacle of the Division of State Providers(DSS) on the airport, Safiyanu Abba.
In line with FAAN, Abba not solely breached the safety process on the airport, he additionally slapped a safety officer, who wished to make sure compliance.
“We observe with dismay that Mr Safiyanu Abba, the Head of DSS at NAIA intentionally obstructed airport Safety course of, and slapped an Aviation Safety Officer”, FAAN tweeted on Wednesday.
FAAN stated the assaulted officer was performing his obligation by calling on Mr Safiyanu Abba to desist from doing so.
“This occurred on the 17th July at about 15:25 hours. He breached safety process by obstructing additional looking of a customer who had simply walked via the metallic detector and activated the alarm.
“The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria strongly condemns this abuse of energy and the Safety course of in our airport. This has additionally been duly escalated.
“FAAN dedicated to our core values of security Safety and luxury”.
FAAN had equally reported such breaches in current days.
On 16 July, FAAN blew the whistle on Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa state, who arrived Port Harcourt worldwide Airport aboard plane 5N-IZY, at 17:08 hrs on 14th July 2020, together with an entourage of eight.
All of them refused to adjust to the COVID-19 protocol and safety process.
FAAN stated they flagrantly refused to have their temperature checked, or being sanitised by the well being officers.
“His entire entourage of eight did precisely as he did. The crew that got here to obtain them drove proper via the barricades as much as the terminal constructing ignoring visitors and Aviation Safety directions”, FAAN stated.
FAAN additionally lately reported former Governor Abdulaziz Yari for refusing to permit his baggage decontaminated.
Nevertheless, not one of the infractions degenerated into an assault like Safiyanu Abba’s.