Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos is no doubt Nigeria’s busies airport and one of Africa’s most visited airport. But activities have watered down at the airport, due to the new coronavirus pandemic, the Covid-19.
Many thanks to the efforts of the government and health officials who have been able to tame the monstrous and deadly virus; finally, the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, bubbles back to life after the permission was granted by the government to resume international flights activities.
Recently, we posted the list of approved airlines to fly international flights in Lagos and Abuja airports.
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, the federal agency statutorily charged to manage all commercial airports in the country, posted on its official twitter account that: “Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos comes alive as flight operations resume. #LagosAirport #mmia”
With some pictures accompanying the post, OgaCEO brings to your reading delight visuals of activities from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.
The cases overview of the new coronavirus, also known as the COVID-19 as at today in the country is
Nigeria Total cases = 54,743 (An addition of 155 from yesterday.)
Total Recovered = 42,816
Total Deaths = 1,051 (an addition of 3 from yesterday).
The entire cases all over the World stand at a number of total cases reaching over twenty six million, six hundred thousand people (26.6M), an additional two hundred thousand people from the previous update.
Recovered cases are a whooping seventeen million, seven hundred people, (17.7M) and number of deaths stands at eight hundred and seventy-five thousand people (875K), increased from 6,024.