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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE VOWS TO PROBE NIGERIA AIR PROJECT                                                                                                       07-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                    The House of Representatives Committee on Aviation Technology, says it will look into the controversy surrounding the launched Nigeria Air project and inform Nigerians accordingly.

Chairman of the Committee Mr Abiodun Akinlade, stated this during the inaugural meeting of the committee at the National Assembly.

He said there are a lot of issues surrounding the Nigeria Air Project that Nigerians need to know.

Mr Akinlade stated that the committee is highly concerned at the recent various air crashes in the country, adding that it will do everything within its power to curb it.

“We will, with the support of the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), the regulatory authorities, organize a high-tech stakeholders town hall meeting to look into the causes of the air crashes and other safety abnormalities at our airports. Our airspace must be safe for all,” he said.

Akinlade said the Aviation Technology Committee, which is a newly created, carved out of the existing Committee on Aviation, is a high-tech driven committee with so much expectations from members.

The lawmaker said the Committee will engage and synergies with relevant stakeholders to give Nigerians a highly innovative and productive aviation industry.

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