FG set to re-open Enugu International Airport after COVID19 lockdown
The Federal Government has disclosed that the Akanu Ibiam International Airport in Enugu State which was once closed in 2019 due to the fact of ongoing renovation is set to re-open after COVID -19 pandemic.
Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, mentioned this to journalists at the weekend.
He additionally stated that one third of the span of Second Niger Bridge had been carried out whilstmany stretches of Enugu-Onitsha and Enugu-Port Harcourt highways had been accomplished as well.
These, in accordance to the former Governor of Anambra State, had been components of the many tasks being treated in the Southeast by means of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
He disclosed the Akanu Ibiam Airport, which President Buhari accepted for rehabilitation at the price of N10 billion, would be reopened after COVID-19 lockdown.
He referred to that laying of fibreglass and binder route for the regulated runway have been ongoing already.
He introduced that the presidential interventions in the undertaking additionally protected new cargo section, new arrival and departure terminal and clinical centre-clinic and peri-meter fencing.