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Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Aviation has acquired Hi-tech three-in-one explosive detectors for 15 out of the 22 airports in the country. This is in a bid to intensify safety and security measures in Nigeria’s airports. The facilities would be capable of detecting liquid, metals and explosives during airport screening.
Sspokesman for the Aviation Ministry, Mr Yakubu Dati announced this yesterday as he revealed that the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja and the Muritala Mohammed International Airports in Lagos already have the facilities installed, while other airports are in the process of having theirs fully installed.
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