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The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) on Friday inaugurated a mobile surveillance vehicle to curtail incidences of cable vandalism and insecurity at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA).
Mr Kabir Muhammad, Managing Director, FAAN, said at the unveiling of the vehicle, at the international wing of the airport, that the organisation had also enhanced the CCTV cameras, physical surveillance and number of staff in a bid to improve security at the airside.
Ayodele, who doubles as the General Manager, MMIA, said the move was to enhance the surveillance of the airside.
He gave assurances that the surveillance of the airport and airside would be better enhanced and get the desired result.
Amina Tijani, the Project Manager, explained that the mobile surveillance vehicle tarmac camera had an inverter with batteries and rechargeable, with a generator provided in the vehicle.
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