Dele Momodu Decries Blackout At MMIA Airport In Lagos Nigeria
Dec 8th, 2013 – Dele Momodu Decries Blackout At MMIA Int’l Airport In Lagos Nigeria
The publisher of Ovation magazine, Mr Dele Momodu on Saturday took to his Twitter page to narrate his terrible ordeal at MMIA airport in Ikeja Lagos Nigeria moments after his arrival from Kotoka airport in Ghana.
The popular businessman landed Lagos yesterday from his trip to Accra Ghana and to his surprise, he met a terrible blackout at Nigeria’s #1 international airport.
He shared narrative photos of his ordeal with caption. Check them out below:
Good evening. I’ve decided to tweet this not out of malice but to show Aviation Minister how bad MMIA is!
We landed from Accra this morning and came down to the Tarmac, climbed up a rickety ladder and darkness!
We then turned back thru the same humid bridge and was confronted by this dangerous void!
Any wrong move, a passenger might trip over and land with his head scattered on the Tarmac!
It is unbelievable that passengers can be asked to risk their lives passing thru this dangerous hole!
We climbed down this shaky bridge back to the Tarmac to try another route into the Terminal!
Someone should Pls let Princess know the Lagos airport is in a disastrous state and needs urgent attention!
I was ashamed when I remembered that we boarded effortlessly at this Kotoka International Airport!
If at this day an age, Ghana is developing faster than us, then something is definitely wrong.
No wonder Dele Momodu took his Christmas Carol program to Accra this year.
This is very painful when will Nigeria change for the better?