Abuja - The Managing Director of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Engineer Ibrahim Abdulsalam, has charged staff of the agency to use the festive period to remain committed to duty.
He urged them to profer ways of building a more robust agency that will be the pride of the continent.
Abdulsalam made these remarks in his New Year message ahead of Thursday.
Abdulsalam noted that their duty was to continue to maintain a safe airspace especially in 2015, which he noted was an election year.
“Our duty to continue to maintain a safe airspace for the nation has become even more compelling given that 2015 is an election year where people will be expected to do a lot of movement across the country,” he said.
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The executive appreciated the staff for their loyalty and support during the past year and enjoined them to remain steadfast in the project of building upon the gains of air safety in the country.
He stressed that the agency's equipment was efficient.
“Our navigational and surveillance equipment are working at optimal levels, making the Nigerian airspace to rank among the safest in the continent,”
- CAJ News.
- CAJ News