MMA2 Records Success in Improving Security at Terminal

Chinedu Eze

Nigeria’s privately operated domestic terminal, Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal2 (MMA2), said that it has significantly improved security at the facility.

The terminal, which is operated by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL) also said that it is commitment to the safety and security of all passengers, staff, and visitors within and around the facility. 

“We are proud to emphasize that MMA2 has long maintained a robust surveillance system, including CCTV cameras, which have been pivotal in addressing customer complaints and theft claims effectively, thus ensuring a safe and secure environment,” BASL said in a statement signed by Head of Communications, Ajoke Yinka-Olawuyi.

It disclosed that in recent months, MMA2 has further fortified its security infrastructure with additional measures to complement “our existing surveillance system. This includes the deployment of highly trained security personnel and conducting Awareness Security Awareness Training for all tenants and concessionaires of the terminal.”

BASL explained that these enhancements, alongside its existing CCTV surveillance, have yielded significant results in addressing alleged theft incidents within and around the terminal. 

“Our comprehensive security measures have played a crucial role in identifying and apprehending individuals involved in criminal activities, thereby deterring future incidents, and fostering a safer environment for all.

“We acknowledge the importance of upholding a secure and reliable environment for our passengers and stakeholders, and we remain dedicated to continually enhancing our security protocols to effectively counter evolving threats,” BASL said.

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