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Asaba International Airport In Delta State Declared Unsafe For Travel

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May 5, 2015 – Asaba International Airport In Delta State Declared Unsafe For Travel 

Nigerian FG has placed a restriction on the usage of Asaba Int’l Airport over the failure of the state government to put in adequate measures that would guarantee the safety of passengers using the airport.

This was made known today in Abuja by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority.



  1. Denis Ray Ogosi

    May 5, 2015 at 11:58 PM

    We always knew it, this is so disheartening and absolutely shameful and disgraceful, the millions of dollars Iburi, Uduaghan and their cohort misappropriated by means of embezzlement and looting in the guise of building an International airport is a complete shame…airport building is purely a warehouse fit for storage. and they open their shameless mouths saying its an ultra modern airport. shame on you lots.

  2. onyi

    May 6, 2015 at 11:44 AM

    #Denis Ray Ogosi, My Brother Think and be Wise? Because the Hawussa and Yerobers Wickedly Plan’s to Fustrat all Airports in Biafra Lands Thinking that we are Capable of Making Things Happening in the Region than Going to Lagos/Kaduna or Abuja. (eg) Enugu International Airport, I Read Engineering and Served in Asaba, Have Also Engineers Working in that Same Airport in Asaba and have fly in and out of that Same Airport in Asaba with my Big Brother who Happens to Work in Continental Airline in California who interact with the Airport Management on Safety insurances and quote u me it’s great. would like to use this opportunity to Inform Nigeria Hausas/Yerobers that 1967-1970 Biafran war is not 2015 # Biafrans will do (Everything)just to Stand in Self Ditermination# Freedom. God Bless United States of Biafra

  3. Denis Ray Ogosi

    July 17, 2015 at 12:38 PM

    @ Onyi… Nigeria has her problems bothering from tribalism to downright alienation of communities and poor people, however relating the poor job did at the Asaba airport beats me. I still cant figure out what poor construction has to do with tribalism, except you are saying the Delta people who are the contractors are been tribalistic against their own people for the benefit of the Hausa’s and Yorubas as you put it…

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