FAAN closes MMIA E-Finger for maintenance

• Diverts human, cargo movement

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has announced the closure of the E-Finger departure screening point at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport.

In a short statement issued by the spokesperson of the authority, Mrs Henrietta Yakubu, FAAN attributed the closure to what it called the plan to give room for maintenance and upgrade of the screening area.

“FAAN wishes to inform the general public that, as part of our maintenance and upgrade program, the E-Finger departure screening point has been temporarily closed to carry out some routine maintenance on the screening machines.

“Consequently, all human and cargo movement have been temporarily diverted to the D-Finger screening area until the maintenance and upgrade are completed.”

FAAN, however, appealed to passengers and other airport users to please bear with it promising to reopen the area as soon as possible.


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