The Federal government has deployed the Assistant Inspector General to the Lagos Airport in response to a threat by the Islamic state (ISIS) on the aviation sector.
The AIG, Danjuma Muhammad, will take over security at the airport to make sure there are no unsavory incidents at the place.
The move was confirmed by the spokesperson for the command, DSP Joseph Alabi who said; “The transfer of a very senior ranking officer to the airport command is very strategic and the objective is to ensure that nothing untoward occurs here. The AIG has since assumed duties and has warned officers attached to the command that he will not tolerate laziness, idleness and dereliction of duties”.
Alabi also warned thugs and touts who hang around the area to be careful as they would be apprehended if they were caught.
“The command is working with the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and other sister security agencies to ensure that our airport is safe. Our advice is that travelers and other airport users should remain vigilant, law abiding and also comply with the new security measures at the airport environment,” he said.
Muhammad is the new AIG who took over from Mr. Abdullahi Ali, a Commissioner of Police, who retired recently
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