Nigeria scales global aviation safety, security audit


Nigeria has excelled in the just concluded International Civil Aviation Organisation Universal Safety Audit Programme Continuous Monitoring Approach.

The Director of Public Affairs and Consumer Protection at the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria, Obiageli Orah, revealed this in a statement on Saturday evening.

“The objective of the USAP-CMA was to promote global aviation security through continuous auditing and monitoring of member states’ aviation security performance to enhance their aviation security compliance and oversight capabilities,” FAAN said.

The outcome of the audit was highlighted during the Audit Debrief session, chaired by Team Lead Callum Vine, on Friday, March 22nd, at the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority headquarters located in the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.

In attendance at the debrief were the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace, Emmanuel Meribole, who represented the Minister, and the acting Director General of the NCAA, Captain Chris Najomo.

According to FAAN, achieving aviation safety objective involved the regular and continuous collection and analysis of data about member states’ aviation security performance.

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