FAAN Denies Banning Uber, Bolt, Others From Lagos Airport
…Says Sign Post Did Not Emanate From The Agency
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has denied banning the use of Uber, Bolt and other organised commercial motor companies from operating in and out of the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos.
The was made known in a statement issued by the General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Mrs. Henrietta Yakubu and made available to aviation journalists in Lagos.
The rebuttal is coming on the heels of the sign post placed by yet to be identified individuals that FAAN has banned Uber, Bolt and others from operating in and out of Lagos Airport.
Yakubu explained that the said sign post did not emanate from FAAN and that the agency’s security personnel have been instructed to remove the sign post and investigate the issue.
“We will like to state with all emphasis that passengers and the general public are free to use whatever means or mode convenient to transport themselves to the Lagos and other airports in Nigeria.
“We will therefore like to use this medium to inform the general public that the said sign post did not emanate from FAAN and our security personnel have been instructed to remove the sign post and investigate the issue,” the statement reads.
FAAN, the statement said is committed to its core values of safety, security and comfort.