Nigerian airports record N44 billion loss in 3 years

July 29, 2020

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States governments and regional groups are mounting pressure on Federal Government and aviation agencies to reopen airports nationwide, more for political than economic considerations. This comes as the country’s Airports Authority recorded a three-year deficit of N44.39 billion, representing losses incurred in 17 airports nationwide.

Factsheet obtained by The Guardian showed that, except for the trio of Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja, and Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA), Omagwa, Rivers State, no other had sufficient revenue to cover operation costs between 2017 and 2019.The current lull in global economic activities, occasioned by COVID-19 pandemic, has worsened the situation. The lean times resulted in low air traffic and revenue. It has also placed an extra financial burden on the struggling Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).

Cumulatively, Worried by the cost amid the present economic crunch, aviation stakeholders have urged the government not to yield to “political pressure”, but to speed up its airport concession plan despite opposition by aviation workers’ unions.

Following three months of COVID-19-induced lockdown of the airspace, the Federal Government’s Task Force on COVID-19 had begun staggered re-opening of local airports, starting with Lagos and Abuja terminals on July 18.

More airports have subsequently opened. They are Victor Attah International Airport, Uyo; the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, Kano; Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA); Margaret Ekpo Airport, Calabar; Yola Airport, Adamawa; Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport, Owerri, and Maiduguri Airport, Maiduguri.

Officials confirmed, at the weekend, that more facilities are itching to open. Sources at the Ministry of Aviation said complaints were fast becoming “sentimental and political in nature”.

“Every state government wants their closest airport to resume commercial flights, not minding the level of compliance with the new safety regulations or passenger traffic nationwide.

“Obviously, it is not because there is money to be made from such operations. They can see neighbouring states open and don’t see the reason why they should wait. It is just a distraction but we are taking our time to follow protocols,” a senior official said.

Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, earlier hinted on the development, as he said he would not yield to political pressure.

Sirika said: “Unfortunately, we are living in a country where everything is polarised and trivialised. I remember receiving lots of questions regarding why we did not open, at least, one airport in each geo-political zone, amid pressure to open Owerri.

“We did open Owerri because we believed Owerri was good to go. If Owerri was not ready, we would not open it. Now, we are also receiving pressure from Sokoto. If we find out that we cannot open it, for one reason or the other, we will not open it.”

He explained that airports were opened based on their compliance with the COVID-19 safety protocol. Kaduna and Yola, the minister said, were given a second inspection to ensure everything was set.”

The Guardian earlier reported that citing airports in states had become a fad among governors. While states without an airport, like Ekiti, Osun, Ogun, Bayelsa, among others, are still itching to build one, others that already had one are shifting the liability to FAAN, unable to cope with the high cost of operations as a result of low passenger traffic.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) lately stated that for an airport to be viable and self-sustaining, it must have, at least, five million passengers a year. Today, only Lagos and Abuja airports could boast of at least five million passengers in a year.

FAAN manages a total of 20 Federal Government-owned airports, with 12,000 workforces, a monthly wage bill of N4 billion and year-in-year balance deficit.

A factsheet of revenue and expenditure of FAAN headquarters in 2017-2019 showed that the body generated a total of N16.09b in three years, and collected N15.02b. It, however, spent a total of N59.41b, leaving a deficit of N44.39b in three years.

In-house sources said the deficit was not unconnected with efforts to keep the low-income airports running. Indeed, a closer look at the revenue earnings of some of the airports showed poor viability across the board.

For instance, Kastina Airport in three years generated a total of N250.8m, out of which the only N42.1m was collected. Its cost of operations was put at N1.58b, leaving a deficit balance of N1.54b.

Sokoto Airport had a total of N725.7m revenue, out of which N400.1m was collected. The cost of operation was in excess of N2.71b, which gave a shortage of N2.31b.

In the South, Ibadan Airport, in three years, made a total of N349.2m in generated revenue and collected N244.9m. The expenditure amounted to N1.39b with a deficit of N1.14b.

Ilorin International Airport generated a total of N437.1m revenue in three years and collected N264.2m. The expenditure was in excess of N2.453b, giving a shortfall of N2.19b.

The Benin Airport in Edo State also ran at a loss. The airport generated a total of N993.2m in three years and collected N930.1m. The total cost of operations was put at N2.02b, leaving a shortfall of N1.09b.

The Margaret Ekpo International Airport, Calabar, had a total of N540.8m generated revenue, though collected more, put at N559.6m, the expenditure was as much at N2.50b, giving a deficit of N1.94b.

Similarly, Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport, Owerri, amassed a total of N1.25b in generated revenue and collected N1.08b. Expenditure was, however, N2.50b, with a shortage of N1.42b.

Secretary-General of the Aviation of Safety Round Table Initiative (ASRTI), Group Capt. John Ojikutu (rtd), said for as long as there were political motives rather than economic, safety and security motives behind the development of airports, “we can never get strategic policies of our development right.”

Ojikutu recalled that when the traffic was up, not many of these airports were operating optimally including those that opened to restart operations in the COVID-19 era.

“How much earnings were we making when the flights and passenger traffic were up? Why is it that we are not learning from those of the developed countries in aviation technology and commercial aviation that have reduced their fleet, staff and spread of operations drastically to a level of the start of aviation many years ago?

“Do we really know the worth of our airports or the actual contribution of Nigeria commercial aviation to the GDP? What are the total annual earnings of the domestic airlines and the regulatory agencies? The National Assembly that yearly appropriate funds to the sector without serious oversight on the cost of operations and the appropriations is a delinquent accomplice,” he said.

To save cost, Ojikutu advised the government to concession the non-aeronautical facilities at all the airports, and not just the big four, to run efficiently and profitably. He said Lagos and Abuja airports should be concessioned in blocs with four or six other unviable airports.

Aviation workers’ unions have, however, reiterated their stance to resist airport concession plan, saying the facilities were better off under government’s care than in private hands.

The workers, under the coalition of the National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE), Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN) and Association of Nigerians Aviation Professionals (ANAP), vowed not to cooperate with the concession programme, describing the process as faulty and lacking transparency.

Chairman and Founder of Finchglow Group, Bankole Bernard, said the concession was most imperative to save unavailable funds, adding that its naysayers were either “ill-informed or self-centred”.



Post by Okoye Peter on 11 August 2020, 13:58 pm


Post by Dray2115 on 11 August 2020, 11:44 am

So bad

Post by [email protected] on 11 August 2020, 08:46 am


Post by Good20 on 11 August 2020, 08:33 am

This not right ,sad one please government do something about the airways

Post by Balogun on 10 August 2020, 22:33 pm

Too bad

Post by [email protected] on 10 August 2020, 18:59 pm

ehnn #44billion naira in 3years what about the ones you have made years back any account for that. Who are you people deceiving and fooling. Thunder will fire you people. Have you done any good thing with the money.

Post by Dray2115 on 10 August 2020, 07:28 am

So bad

Post by Emmanuel124 on 10 August 2020, 07:20 am

Too bad

Post by Jenni101 on 10 August 2020, 07:13 am

Hummm sorry for them

Post by Dimeji on 10 August 2020, 07:04 am


Post by Bukkyyando on 10 August 2020, 06:22 am


Post by Opera on 10 August 2020, 02:14 am

not good enough

Post by Clank on 10 August 2020, 02:10 am

Very bad

Post by Ummiee on 10 August 2020, 01:08 am

Too bad

Post by [email protected] on 10 August 2020, 00:27 am


Post by Elijah601 on 09 August 2020, 23:47 pm

That's bad now

Post by Taiye10 on 09 August 2020, 23:42 pm

So sad

Post by Olanrewaju on 09 August 2020, 23:05 pm

So sad

Post by Accuracy dc on 09 August 2020, 22:59 pm


Post by Chidubem30 on 09 August 2020, 22:55 pm


Post by Alo Ebitimi on 09 August 2020, 22:21 pm

Sorry Nigeria airport

Post by Shedam40 on 09 August 2020, 22:06 pm

Covid19 has done its worse but has unveiled alot of truths also.

Post by EruditeJoe on 09 August 2020, 21:33 pm


Post by Rony on 09 August 2020, 13:26 pm


Post by Olawumi on 09 August 2020, 13:11 pm


Post by Success321 on 09 August 2020, 09:22 am


Post by Ummiee on 09 August 2020, 08:37 am

They should do something about it

Post by christianarichard on 09 August 2020, 08:13 am


Post by Cyndy301 on 09 August 2020, 07:09 am


Post by Sardius_me on 09 August 2020, 00:42 am


Post by [email protected] on 09 August 2020, 00:21 am

Bad news

Post by Jenni101 on 09 August 2020, 00:11 am

Hummm not good at all

Post by Clank on 09 August 2020, 00:08 am

Very sad

Post by Dray2115 on 09 August 2020, 00:04 am


Post by Gideonite18 on 08 August 2020, 23:11 pm


Post by @Peejay on 08 August 2020, 22:17 pm


Post by Hadassah on 08 August 2020, 14:17 pm


Post by Moyin2000 on 08 August 2020, 12:04 pm


Post by Prevail on 08 August 2020, 10:23 am


Post by Dimeji on 08 August 2020, 10:07 am


Post by Hush puppi on 08 August 2020, 07:56 am

Very bad too hear

Post by Alo Ebitimi on 08 August 2020, 07:20 am

Very bad

Post by Dray2115 on 08 August 2020, 06:57 am


Post by Jenni101 on 08 August 2020, 06:45 am

Sorry for us

Post by Gopan on 08 August 2020, 06:25 am


Post by Sky pablo on 08 August 2020, 01:32 am


Post by Clank on 08 August 2020, 01:12 am

Huge loss for Nigeria

Post by Tolulopesther on 08 August 2020, 00:05 am

Hmm Always like that in this country

Post by Dray2115 on 07 August 2020, 21:23 pm


Post by fiasco klin on 07 August 2020, 20:08 pm

So bad

Post by Abby101 on 07 August 2020, 19:00 pm


Post by Sansiro8 on 07 August 2020, 11:42 am


Post by Adsam200 on 07 August 2020, 11:22 am


Post by Peter on 07 August 2020, 09:57 am

So sad

Post by Dimeji on 07 August 2020, 09:48 am

Very bad

Post by Taiye10 on 07 August 2020, 08:28 am


Post by Sherifffamosa on 07 August 2020, 07:29 am

A huge loss

Post by Jenni101 on 07 August 2020, 07:16 am

Not good at all

Post by Youngz13 on 07 August 2020, 07:07 am

So sad

Post by Opera on 07 August 2020, 06:30 am

Very bad

Post by Ifemzy on 07 August 2020, 05:13 am

Hmm very bad

Post by Clank on 07 August 2020, 01:02 am

Veryy bad

Post by Chidubem30 on 06 August 2020, 23:29 pm

No wonder they are laying off some workers, it's really sad

Post by Emmanuel124 on 06 August 2020, 23:11 pm

Too bad

Post by Demilade on 06 August 2020, 17:12 pm

So sad

Post by bros joe on 06 August 2020, 15:38 pm

are you whining me nhi??are they just checking records??

Post by Khamai on 06 August 2020, 15:25 pm

Government of the people

Post by Tee jay on 06 August 2020, 15:22 pm

So sad

Post by Mudasiru on 06 August 2020, 14:24 pm

Thus scam how would that porseble

Post by Khalifa Umar on 06 August 2020, 12:58 pm


Post by Dimeji on 06 August 2020, 10:03 am

Bad news

Post by Robertemmy on 06 August 2020, 08:40 am

Are you kidding me, are they just checking records now?

Post by Rony on 06 August 2020, 07:54 am


Post by Opera on 06 August 2020, 06:24 am

so sad

Post by strawberry on 06 August 2020, 06:10 am

We just need somebody who can really manage the affairs of this country

Post by Olanrewaju on 06 August 2020, 05:23 am


Post by Olamilekan01 on 06 August 2020, 04:20 am

Nigeria. The country herself.

Post by David08181 on 06 August 2020, 04:05 am

Hmm bad

Post by GraceofGod on 06 August 2020, 02:55 am


Post by Clank on 06 August 2020, 00:26 am

Really bad

Post by Emmanuel124 on 05 August 2020, 23:20 pm

Too bad

Post by Taiye10 on 05 August 2020, 22:39 pm


Post by Shedam40 on 05 August 2020, 22:13 pm

We need the airports open for easy business movement.

Post by Ibiwari1133 on 05 August 2020, 11:57 am

Nigeria sorry

Post by SarahWells on 05 August 2020, 10:49 am


Post by Fagbemi on 05 August 2020, 09:48 am

Too much

Post by Dimeji on 05 August 2020, 09:39 am


Post by Alice2020 on 05 August 2020, 09:12 am

That's too bad

Post by Ayoodunayo7 on 05 August 2020, 09:01 am


Post by Jenni101 on 05 August 2020, 08:46 am

Not good at all

Post by Mummy1 on 05 August 2020, 08:42 am

Too bad

Post by Emmanuel72 on 05 August 2020, 06:30 am

Bad one

Post by Clank on 05 August 2020, 00:29 am

Very serious

Post by Richard1 on 05 August 2020, 00:08 am


Post by Emmanuel124 on 04 August 2020, 22:58 pm

Such a great loss

Post by Abby101 on 04 August 2020, 21:38 pm

So sad

Post by Energetic on 04 August 2020, 19:51 pm

Wow..this is serious

Post by Busolar on 04 August 2020, 19:07 pm


Post by Mhizznickie on 04 August 2020, 17:57 pm

Mad o

Post by Ayoodunayo7 on 04 August 2020, 14:14 pm

Hmmmm bad

Post by Strings on 04 August 2020, 13:45 pm


Post by Tee jay on 04 August 2020, 13:01 pm

What a loss

Post by Blaze65 on 04 August 2020, 11:25 am

Danny.. what a loss

Post by Olanrewaju on 04 August 2020, 09:52 am


Post by dmoles on 04 August 2020, 09:50 am

i know for sure we can't stop this loss suddenly until we re-evaluate our government organizations.

Post by Musa on 04 August 2020, 09:27 am

Okay ooo

Post by Prevail on 04 August 2020, 08:39 am

Nawa oo

Post by Dimeji on 04 August 2020, 08:30 am

Nawa oo

Post by Rony on 04 August 2020, 08:01 am

Thanks for that update

Post by Mhiz kiss on 04 August 2020, 07:17 am


Post by Favour081 on 04 August 2020, 06:56 am

Thanks for the update

Post by Hush puppi on 04 August 2020, 06:40 am


Post by Mouthpiece22 on 04 August 2020, 05:46 am

Hmmm I see

Post by savage on 04 August 2020, 04:07 am

Nigeria need change

Post by supreme on 04 August 2020, 01:04 am


Post by Dimeji on 03 August 2020, 23:29 pm


Post by Emmanuel124 on 03 August 2020, 22:14 pm

What a great loss

Post by Robertemmy on 03 August 2020, 22:04 pm

Were they at sleep be for now..

Post by Sansiro8 on 03 August 2020, 22:02 pm


Post by Khalif555 on 03 August 2020, 21:47 pm

Thanks for the update

Post by Okohamercy on 03 August 2020, 16:36 pm

Okay I hear

Post by Newtonemmanuel on 03 August 2020, 15:27 pm

Every state government wants their closest airport to resume commercial flights, not minding the level of compliance with the new safety regulations or passenger traffic nationwide.

Post by Pauloh1 on 03 August 2020, 14:31 pm

This is so bad

Post by Carter vsa on 03 August 2020, 13:59 pm

This people.know them self God will in this county Nigeria

Post by Ayoodunayo7 on 03 August 2020, 13:05 pm


Post by Blessing10 on 03 August 2020, 12:24 pm

Very bad

Post by Gaiusgh on 03 August 2020, 12:22 pm


Post by Coveeesmart on 03 August 2020, 11:08 am

Great loss

Post by prosper112 on 03 August 2020, 11:02 am


Post by Ziyad123 on 03 August 2020, 11:00 am

To bad

Post by Vijayking on 03 August 2020, 10:24 am

It's really nice

Post by OLolade1 on 03 August 2020, 09:48 am

So bad

Post by Abiola on 03 August 2020, 09:38 am


Post by Rony on 03 August 2020, 08:17 am


Post by Ope adebisi on 03 August 2020, 08:11 am

Nice information

Post by Energetic on 03 August 2020, 07:06 am

Great lost

Post by Usman98 on 03 August 2020, 06:49 am

Well done

Post by Yomi1 on 03 August 2020, 06:26 am


Post by Adukwusamuel on 03 August 2020, 05:40 am

Good site

Post by Shittu on 03 August 2020, 04:07 am

Nice updates

Post by Chidubem30 on 03 August 2020, 03:21 am

It's a pity

Post by Ekeanya davidjr on 03 August 2020, 02:00 am


Post by Starpee on 03 August 2020, 01:25 am

So sad

Post by Clank on 03 August 2020, 00:57 am

This is bad for the country

Post by @Damilare on 03 August 2020, 00:06 am


Post by supreme on 03 August 2020, 00:06 am


Post by Akume Sylvain on 02 August 2020, 23:15 pm

Sorry for the loss

Post by Prince101 on 02 August 2020, 23:14 pm

Thanks for the update

Post by Monique on 02 August 2020, 22:55 pm

Very bad

Post by Khalif555 on 02 August 2020, 22:34 pm

Thanks for the great update

Post by Okohamercy on 02 August 2020, 22:20 pm

Alright that's good

Post by Ernest Adokwei on 02 August 2020, 22:08 pm


Post by Mingin on 02 August 2020, 22:02 pm

Wow OK

Post by Omolope06 on 02 August 2020, 21:26 pm

Seriously... very bad

Post by Robertemmy on 02 August 2020, 20:55 pm

System of corruption.

Post by Tee jay on 02 August 2020, 18:54 pm


Post by Olabrain on 02 August 2020, 18:23 pm

More airports have subsequently opened.

Post by Chidubem30 on 02 August 2020, 18:04 pm

Covid 19 really had effects on the airport

Post by Usman98 on 02 August 2020, 16:28 pm


Post by Abubakar Lawan on 02 August 2020, 15:50 pm

Good article

Post by Musa on 02 August 2020, 15:49 pm


Post by Daniella on 02 August 2020, 14:08 pm

Reopening of the airports isn't such a bad idea, as far as the government is taking serious measures to ensure the safety of lives..

Post by Jozboy on 02 August 2020, 14:01 pm


Post by Adeola on 02 August 2020, 13:41 pm


Post by Dimeji on 02 August 2020, 12:42 pm


Post by Ugwu12350 on 02 August 2020, 12:00 pm

Na waooo Nigeria Can still money oo

Post by Tife on 02 August 2020, 11:41 am

This is terrible

Post by Mummy1 on 02 August 2020, 11:04 am

The loss is much

Post by Blaze65 on 02 August 2020, 10:46 am

What a big loss

Post by Vivian05 on 02 August 2020, 10:43 am

Let's work hard to develop

Post by [email protected] on 02 August 2020, 09:52 am

🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🙆‍♂️🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃 this life no be so ooh our leader na una ooh

Post by Kayjee on 02 August 2020, 08:18 am

Bad oo

Post by Dickson Kalu on 02 August 2020, 07:53 am

They should try and open the airport

Post by Ykworld on 02 August 2020, 07:46 am

This is very saddening

Post by Hephzypraez on 02 August 2020, 07:42 am

This is sad

Post by Olanrewaju on 02 August 2020, 06:52 am


Post by Viper07 on 02 August 2020, 03:32 am

Bad, si sad

Post by Vkolade on 02 August 2020, 03:10 am

This is such a bad and ugly development. So sad

Post by Maurice on 02 August 2020, 02:54 am

It's a huge loss

Post by Clank on 02 August 2020, 01:54 am


Post by Inyajim 2020 on 02 August 2020, 01:03 am


Post by RotimiCEO on 02 August 2020, 00:58 am

More airports have subsequently opened.

Post by Bimmyjoe on 02 August 2020, 00:30 am

Nigeria ooo

Post by Eazi on 02 August 2020, 00:04 am

Not good at all

Post by Taiye10 on 01 August 2020, 23:49 pm


Post by Akume Sylvain on 01 August 2020, 22:06 pm

It shall be well

Post by Benn Anwana on 01 August 2020, 21:01 pm

Hmmm, This is not surprising at all.

Post by Auntyama212 on 01 August 2020, 20:23 pm

Why won't there record it, when some certain people are busy packing the money away.

Post by Ronkizzy on 01 August 2020, 20:16 pm

It's well

Post by Ifybaby on 01 August 2020, 19:57 pm

This is Nigeria for u

Post by EdAbby on 01 August 2020, 19:49 pm

It's well

Post by Okohamercy on 01 August 2020, 19:24 pm

God have mercy on this country ooo we need your help

Post by Euniluv umoh on 01 August 2020, 18:37 pm

Only God can redeem Nigeria

Post by Musa on 01 August 2020, 18:29 pm

That is nigeria oooh

Post by White on 01 August 2020, 17:35 pm


Post by prosper112 on 01 August 2020, 17:09 pm


Post by Gabrielprof on 01 August 2020, 17:03 pm


Post by Gabrielbad on 01 August 2020, 16:53 pm


Post by Eazydajones on 01 August 2020, 15:54 pm


Post by Nana J on 01 August 2020, 15:09 pm


Post by Richard1 on 01 August 2020, 15:06 pm


Post by [email protected] on 01 August 2020, 14:55 pm


Post by Praizeworthy on 01 August 2020, 14:30 pm

They should use safety methods first.

Post by Chizzy3690 on 01 August 2020, 13:00 pm


Post by Pego on 01 August 2020, 12:38 pm

opening the airports will just increase the risk of infection

Post by Usman98 on 01 August 2020, 12:34 pm

To bad

Post by Shedam40 on 01 August 2020, 12:13 pm

Yes, airports need to be open for businesses to pick up

Post by Ziyad123 on 01 August 2020, 11:52 am

To bad

Post by Dimeji on 01 August 2020, 11:44 am

Nawa oo

Post by JagzyP_Don on 01 August 2020, 10:54 am

Sorry for the loss

Post by Sansiro8 on 01 August 2020, 10:50 am


Post by Hephzypraez on 01 August 2020, 10:26 am

Nigeria for you

Post by Oluwabukunolami on 01 August 2020, 10:20 am


Post by Blessing10 on 01 August 2020, 10:14 am

Chai eh ya

Post by Kayjee on 01 August 2020, 10:10 am


Post by Abdulkabiir1 on 01 August 2020, 10:02 am

This pandemic is causing big problem in Nigeria

Post by KINGSAM on 01 August 2020, 09:52 am

We are in nigeria

Post by Daniel Davs on 01 August 2020, 09:27 am


Post by RotimiCEO on 01 August 2020, 09:18 am

Government mounting pressure.!

Post by Dr Kay on 01 August 2020, 09:12 am

Ok ooo

Post by Robertemmy on 01 August 2020, 08:21 am

How comes, where they not checking it properly before now.

Post by Bimmyjoe on 01 August 2020, 07:18 am

Na wa o

Post by Victorious on 01 August 2020, 06:34 am

This pandemic is doing something to our country, can't wait to live my normal life again

Post by chuck912 on 01 August 2020, 02:46 am


Post by Ronis on 01 August 2020, 02:23 am

Inside life

Post by FikunofGod on 01 August 2020, 02:15 am

With all the monies flying up and down, our leaders couldn't think of making our other airports standard enough to have its operational cost. Shame o our leaders.

Post by Sofile on 01 August 2020, 00:55 am

Inside life

Post by Coronavirus on 01 August 2020, 00:35 am

Let the government open the economy. This virus is not leaving anytime soon

Post by supreme on 01 August 2020, 00:34 am


Post by Ogenma on 01 August 2020, 00:17 am


Post by David08181 on 01 August 2020, 00:10 am


Post by Oamen Isaac on 31 July 2020, 23:33 pm

Covid 19 work

Post by Ifeoluwa01 on 31 July 2020, 23:22 pm

Nawa o

Post by prosper112 on 31 July 2020, 22:59 pm


Post by Taiye10 on 31 July 2020, 22:42 pm

That good

Post by jessychristopher on 31 July 2020, 22:39 pm

Let our leaders take things easy,in God Almighty we trust. God bless our land Nigeria

Post by Samuel Ayomiposi on 31 July 2020, 22:32 pm

That's good

Post by oluwaniyi104 on 31 July 2020, 22:29 pm

Corruption everywhere

Post by IceCube on 31 July 2020, 22:01 pm


Post by Orames on 31 July 2020, 21:57 pm

Covid 19 pandemic is now the reason for every lie. Just like NDDC, why would Nigeria Airports authorities not declare a three-year deficit of N44.39 billion,

Post by Oluwatobi01 on 31 July 2020, 21:39 pm


Post by Eshieborerasmus on 31 July 2020, 19:50 pm

the weekend, that more facilities are itching to open. Sources at the Ministry of Aviation said complaints were fast becoming “sentimental and political in nature

Post by Chisto on 31 July 2020, 19:24 pm

Hmm OK oo

Post by Rosheed Tobiloba on 31 July 2020, 19:21 pm

That is too much

Post by Olamilekan5522 on 31 July 2020, 19:05 pm

Still to steal again

Post by Chovwe700 on 31 July 2020, 17:50 pm


Post by EdAbby on 31 July 2020, 16:56 pm


Post by Ekeanya davidjr on 31 July 2020, 16:24 pm

Damnnnnn.....44billion yet they say nigerian is poorly wont wen poor went we have corrupt leaders

Post by Richard1 on 31 July 2020, 13:38 pm

So Bad

Post by Ehud on 31 July 2020, 12:20 pm

Hmmmmm our leaders.

Post by Kontus on 31 July 2020, 11:49 am

Failed leaders

Post by [email protected] on 31 July 2020, 11:32 am

Our leaders na wa ooh make Una stop all this things now ... Every time money lost everything time money lost who dey carry the money if no be una abi me ... Abi this country get problem

Post by Lolah1999 on 31 July 2020, 11:19 am

Why is it that way? But people have been boarding planes na

Post by Omoikhefe on 31 July 2020, 10:31 am

Hmmm That's bad

Post by Ddanny1 on 31 July 2020, 09:59 am


Post by Emmanuel112 on 31 July 2020, 09:35 am

That's very very bad

Post by RotimiCEO on 31 July 2020, 09:21 am

Obviously, it is not because there is money to be made from such operations.

Post by Usman98 on 31 July 2020, 09:10 am

So bad

Post by fejirojoseph on 31 July 2020, 09:08 am

thta is a huge lost

Post by supreme on 31 July 2020, 09:03 am

Wow so bad

Post by heisemma on 31 July 2020, 08:45 am

So bad

Post by Bimmyjoe on 31 July 2020, 08:38 am

Thats terrible

Post by Bchris on 31 July 2020, 07:50 am


Post by Daniel Davs on 31 July 2020, 07:40 am


Post by kusughphilip on 31 July 2020, 07:08 am

Bad news for our economy

Post by Benkaly_jr on 31 July 2020, 07:03 am

Wow, that so sad

Post by Fatai75 on 31 July 2020, 06:58 am


Post by Carter vsa on 31 July 2020, 06:47 am

There records should be checked again and again, seems they don't keep their records accurately.

Post by Dimeji on 31 July 2020, 06:27 am


Post by Oluwatjay on 31 July 2020, 06:16 am

So sad

Post by Rony on 31 July 2020, 05:45 am

Bad news

Post by Godsgift on 31 July 2020, 05:22 am

Bad news

Post by Dickson Kalu on 31 July 2020, 03:54 am

I don't know why money is missing in Nigeria everyday by day

Post by Olanrewaju on 31 July 2020, 03:41 am


Post by Dammy56 on 31 July 2020, 02:22 am


Post by Hope on 31 July 2020, 02:10 am


Post by Ziyad123 on 31 July 2020, 02:05 am

Wow to bad

Post by Bernardium on 31 July 2020, 00:49 am

Wow what a great loss

Post by @Damilare on 31 July 2020, 00:21 am


Post by Clank on 31 July 2020, 00:19 am

How did it happen ohhh

Post by Honour121 on 31 July 2020, 00:16 am


Post by isreal001 on 30 July 2020, 23:32 pm

This people.know them self God will in this county Nigeria

Post by Fatima493 on 30 July 2020, 23:23 pm


Post by Bashy545 on 30 July 2020, 22:41 pm

Huge loss

Post by Calebtoyin on 30 July 2020, 21:46 pm


Post by Joyce1 on 30 July 2020, 21:24 pm

Good one

Post by Confidence126 on 30 July 2020, 21:00 pm

Such a huge loss

Post by Issac on 30 July 2020, 20:58 pm

How come

Post by Rajistephen on 30 July 2020, 20:55 pm


Post by Sansiro8 on 30 July 2020, 19:18 pm


Post by Popoola12 on 30 July 2020, 19:09 pm


Post by Robertemmy on 30 July 2020, 18:56 pm

There records should be checked again and again, seems they don't keep their records accurately.

Post by Olabrain on 30 July 2020, 17:02 pm

More airports have subsequently opened.

Post by Emirose on 30 July 2020, 16:57 pm

How come

Post by Mosopetosin on 30 July 2020, 16:47 pm


Post by Richard1 on 30 July 2020, 16:42 pm

Hmmm How Come

Post by prosper112 on 30 July 2020, 15:52 pm


Post by Kontus on 30 July 2020, 15:07 pm

Why the losses

Post by Mawutor Mensah on 30 July 2020, 14:29 pm

How come

Post by Danza on 30 July 2020, 14:12 pm

Money will never stop Miss in this country 🇳🇬

Post by khaleeluzzakawiy on 30 July 2020, 14:02 pm

God help us in this country ooo

Post by Mummy1 on 30 July 2020, 12:45 pm

On matter what, we are still going to survive it.

Post by Tino on 30 July 2020, 12:23 pm

What's actually wrong with our politicians. Dont they care at all?

Post by Haryourmikun on 30 July 2020, 10:48 am


Post by Neenah28 on 30 July 2020, 10:01 am

For now, we are still stuck in Nigeria!

Post by Rufyayo on 30 July 2020, 10:01 am

That money would feed a nation for years

Post by Ayodasilva12 on 30 July 2020, 10:00 am

Things are bad

Post by Ernest Adokwei on 30 July 2020, 09:49 am


Post by JoMiLoJu1982 on 30 July 2020, 09:42 am

Good and great

Post by [email protected] on 30 July 2020, 08:58 am


Post by Hawau on 30 July 2020, 08:34 am

Wow nice one

Post by Nana J on 30 July 2020, 08:33 am


Post by Ellis Alfred on 30 July 2020, 08:13 am


Post by Fisayo on 30 July 2020, 08:13 am

It is well with Nigeria

Post by Santoz618 on 30 July 2020, 08:04 am

Everyday money matters

Post by Emmy money on 30 July 2020, 07:55 am


Post by Richardaugustine on 30 July 2020, 07:55 am


Post by Cassy1 on 30 July 2020, 07:47 am

Okay ooo

Post by Maxgas on 30 July 2020, 07:41 am


Post by Carter vsa on 30 July 2020, 07:16 am

And people are here dying, being abused nd still forced to pay money. Nigeria is finished

Post by Abdulsalami on 30 July 2020, 04:41 am


Post by Pego on 30 July 2020, 01:26 am

It's safer for airports to sr6ill be closed to reduce risk of the sprezx7

Post by Alatise Akeem on 30 July 2020, 01:17 am

This is too much

Post by Nukos Eric on 30 July 2020, 00:51 am

My God

Post by I am Priest on 30 July 2020, 00:50 am


Post by Selma24994 on 30 July 2020, 00:43 am

Too bad

Post by oyeteju on 30 July 2020, 00:37 am

Nice job

Post by Lordsimple96 on 30 July 2020, 00:28 am


Post by Crystal Raphael on 29 July 2020, 23:25 pm

Wow that's a lot of money

Post by Rheni1 on 29 July 2020, 22:48 pm

Even Aviation sector dey complain... Nigeria sha..

Post by Emmanuel Obiri Frimpong on 29 July 2020, 22:47 pm


Post by Rajistephen on 29 July 2020, 22:46 pm


Post by Fatima493 on 29 July 2020, 22:14 pm

May God help our economy

Post by Abitop470 on 29 July 2020, 21:19 pm

it is well. loss everywhere

Post by Debra_tee on 29 July 2020, 20:58 pm

Chai, not cool tho

Post by David Oppong on 29 July 2020, 20:11 pm

Loss paa

Post by Mercy111 on 29 July 2020, 20:05 pm

Only God can intervene

Post by Princewill on 29 July 2020, 20:02 pm

It's a lie sha... They'll say it's because of pandemic

Post by bossdan99 on 29 July 2020, 19:59 pm

And people are here dying, being abused nd still forced to pay money. Nigeria is finished

Post by Auntyama212 on 29 July 2020, 19:56 pm

They know the thieves. No be to dey write us, they should take action.

Post by Deola on 29 July 2020, 19:30 pm

Such a great loss

Post by Metal on 29 July 2020, 18:41 pm

That's pretty much.. God will help us in this nation.

Post by Energetic on 29 July 2020, 18:13 pm

Thats a great lost to the nation

Post by prosper112 on 29 July 2020, 17:57 pm


Post by Monique on 29 July 2020, 17:31 pm


Post by Stack's on 29 July 2020, 17:24 pm

Mey God help us all

Post by Sardius_me on 29 July 2020, 17:23 pm

Oluwa mi o

Post by Harbakeola on 29 July 2020, 16:41 pm

Thank God

Post by Ruffle on 29 July 2020, 15:28 pm


Post by Nonnieee on 29 July 2020, 14:46 pm

May God help us all

Post by Skally wayne on 29 July 2020, 13:41 pm


Post by D bigjoe on 29 July 2020, 12:49 pm


Post by Dr Kay on 29 July 2020, 12:35 pm


Post by Jenni101 on 29 July 2020, 12:31 pm

Lord help us

Post by Vicky lamba on 29 July 2020, 12:19 pm


Post by Dorcas Kay on 29 July 2020, 12:04 pm

For real

Post by Michael Roy on 29 July 2020, 11:57 am

This Is Nigeria. Scam everywhere

Post by Dimeji on 29 July 2020, 11:45 am


Post by Olanrewaju on 29 July 2020, 11:41 am

That's much

Post by Abdulsalami on 29 July 2020, 11:40 am

Beautiful piece

Post by uwhubetineenobong on 29 July 2020, 11:26 am

WOW! That much?

Post by Isaac Abraham on 29 July 2020, 11:15 am


Post by Bahlo on 29 July 2020, 11:12 am

Hmm may God help us. The federal govt are saying there are a lot of pressure why won't they be when people are sick and tired of their lies

Post by Viktoh007 on 29 July 2020, 11:11 am

This pandemic has really had its toll

Post by Oluwatobi01 on 29 July 2020, 11:05 am


Post by Okunola damilola on 29 July 2020, 11:03 am

This is too much !! OMG

Post by Oladipupo on 29 July 2020, 10:21 am


Post by Josephola2020 on 29 July 2020, 10:20 am

Losing this huge amount of money will definitely affect our economy

Post by Fatoks89 on 29 July 2020, 10:19 am

This is massive loss

Post by Mawee722 on 29 July 2020, 10:16 am

It due to the lack of honest that causes all these

Post by Gbemy on 29 July 2020, 10:10 am

That's a lot of money .

Post by John2020 on 29 July 2020, 10:10 am


Post by Slimz on 29 July 2020, 10:09 am

Lotting of funds everywhere.. Diz con3 no deh surprise me again

Post by DEVIN301 on 29 July 2020, 10:01 am


Post by Chinmex on 29 July 2020, 09:56 am

Too bad

Post by Glo222 on 29 July 2020, 09:55 am

Nice one

Post by Noah on 29 July 2020, 09:53 am


Post by Blessed ifeco on 29 July 2020, 09:50 am

That is good

Post by Optimus55 on 29 July 2020, 09:50 am

44 billion, how did that happen

Post by Rose Nwoke on 29 July 2020, 09:48 am

Very good

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