Lagos - Lack of funds to finish on-going projects at Nigerian airports have made the government to jettison the idea of constructing new ones or embark on new projects in the aviation industry, reports Leadership
Samuel Ortom, the supervising minister for aviation, noted that the debt burden incurred from numerous projects initiated by the immediate past aviation minister, Stella Oduah, would not allow for the construction of new airport projects until the ongoing ones were completed.
He said the only areas that might need new contracts would have to be on safety and security if the need arises.
He, however, assured that that none of the ongoing projects in the sector would be abandoned, contrary to speculation in some quarters.
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