Abuja - The Nigerian Airspace Management
Agency (NAMA) has advocated for synergies with the Police to enhance security
at aviation facilities.
This would particularly boost security and safety of Air
Traffic Management and Communication, Navigation and Surveillance
infrastructure deployed in airports across the country.
Managing Director of the agency, Engineer Ibrahim
Abdulsalam, stated this while receiving high-powered
delegation of the police led by the new Commissioner of Police, Airport
Command, Victoria Menta, to the NAMA Headquarters in Lagos.
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Abdulsalam noted that a close synergy and collaboration
with police and other security agencies would ensure the nation’s high-tech Air
Traffic Management facilities remained safe and secure for effective and
seamless flight operations.
He appreciated the Airport Police Command for the
maintenance of law and order as well as security of infrastructure within the nation’s
“NAMA would continue to promote operational harmony and
synergy among aviation and security agencies at the nation’s airports as this
would make for safe, efficient and effective service delivery,” Abdulsalam said.
Menta commended NAMA for maintaining safety of air
navigation in the country.
She stressed that their visit to the agency was
to ensure that the Airport Police Command had direct interface with all
stakeholders in the sector where issues of mutual interest would be addressed.
- CAJ News