The Director General of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt. Musa Nuhu has urged staff to continuously be dedicated and committed to duty to face the challenges ahead.
This is just as the agency commenced the year 2023 with interdenominational prayer, asking God to make the year accident free as the industry has enjoyed over the last decade.
The CAA DG, who joined prayer session virtually, was optimistic that having survived the challenges of 2022, the year 2023 would be better.
The prayer which was held at the NCAA Aviation House in Lagos had in attendance senior officials of the aviation regulatory agency.
During the prayer session, Christians and Muslim the staff prayed that the Almighty God to assist the NCAA in fulfilling its vision and mission.
Prayers were specifically held to guide the management to effectively implement the new Civil Aviation Act (CAA), which was recently assented to by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Recalled that the CAA 2022 repealed the 2006 CAA and captured several developments that had taken place in international civil aviation in the last 16 years.
The CAA 2022 also changed the nomenclature of NCAA to Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) without an ‘N’ in Nigeria and also the Director-General is now addressed as DG, Civil Aviation.