May 1 Is D-Day For Indebted Nigerian Airports

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has issued a notice to private and state-owned airports in Nigeria to settle their debts or be shut on May 1. Murtala Muhammed II terminal in Lagos, Gombe Airport, Osubi Airport in Delta State and Kebbi Airport in Kebbi State, are all estimated to owe in the region of U.S.$7 Billion.


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