The Federal Government has reopened the Kaduna International Airport two months after it was closed over attack by bandits.
Acting General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Faithful Hope-Ivbaze, made the disclosure on Monday.
Naija News recalls that bandit terrorists attacked the airport and killed a security guard. The gunmen were, however, repelled by the Nigerian military deployed to the airport.
Following the attack, Azman Air and Air Peace halted flight operations at the airport.
In a chat with TheCable on Monday, Hope-Ivbaze said flight operations have begun today, adding that Azman Air has resumed its operations at the airport.
“Flight operations to Kaduna airport have commenced today with Azman Air,” she said.
Meanwhile, a former spokesperson of the Nigeria Police Force, Assistant Inspector-General (AIG), Donald N. Awunah has been reported dead.
The former PRO died in the wee hours of Monday after a brief illness at a private medical facility in Abuja.
Until his death, the late Don Awunah was an Assistant Inspector General (AIG) of Police with the Nigerian Police Force.
He was also in charge of ZONE 16, Yenogoa, Bayelsa State where he assumed duty on October 11, 2021.
On June 27, 2016, the late Awunah emerged as a spokesperson for the police and was described by the Force as a lover of sports who loves reading, news hunting and Man’O’ War Activities.