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DSS denies slapping aviation staff at Abuja airport - DSS denies slapping aviation employees at Abuja airport

DSS denies slapping aviation employees at Abuja airport

The Division of State Providers (DSS) has denied studies of assaulting an official of the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) on the Nnamdi Azikiwe Worldwide Airport, Abuja.

FAAN in an announcement earlier accused Abba of slapping an Aviation Safety Officer who was performing his obligation and breaching safety process.

However in an announcement by DSS Public Relations Officer of DSS, Dr Peter Afunanya, the DSS personnel have been effectively mannered and couldn’t have slapped or fought a employee of one other company.

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He urged Nigerians to ignore the report, including that DSS recognises”the Airports as one of many nation’s most vital belongings and has remained on the forefront of defending them and different essential ones.

“It takes their safety severely and can’t breach it. As a strategic associate, the Service holds FAAN and its employees in good esteem.

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“Each companies have, over time, loved strong working relationships within the areas of coaching and change programmes,” the assertion learn.

He added that there have been different avenues than the social media for resolving any misunderstanding amongst employees of two companies which have had an extended historical past of unity of goal within the execution of their mandates.

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He mentioned the service had excessive worth for efficient interagency collaboration wanted to attain constructive outcomes for good of the nation.

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