President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, commissioned a new terminal building at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.
Buhari speaking during the event said, “this event today, reflects Government’s deliberate policy to sustain the development of Nigeria’s infrastructure”.
He said, “This Administration recognises aviation as a catalyst for economic growth and as such will continue to encourage and support the actualization of projects that will place Nigerian Airports amongst the best in the world.
“This event today, reflects Government’s deliberate policy to sustain the development of Nigeria’s infrastructure. We are gradually closing the infrastructural deficit bedevilling our country.”
The president also directed all government officials manning the gateways “to sustain the momentum and ensure travellers in and out of the country have the best of experience as a necessary complement to the ultra-modern terminal”.
The new terminal building was constructed by a Chinese firm, CCECC with funding from the China Export Import Bank.
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