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“I Won’t Allow Anyone Make Me Lose My Job” – Keyamo

Festus Keyamo, the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, has made it clear that he will not tolerate underperforming Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of Aviation agencies.

He delivered this message during a one-day Aviation Stakeholders’ meeting in Lagos State, his first since taking office.

Keyamo emphasized his commitment to delivering on his responsibilities, given his signed performance bond within President Bola Tinubu’s administration.

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He stressed that either he or the CEOs would face the consequences if performance standards weren’t met, making it a survival race.

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Keyamo, as the Aviation minister, appealed to industry stakeholders for their support in safeguarding his position.

He mentioned a recently signed performance bond with other ministers, stating that their support would be vital in preventing his removal from office in the coming months.

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Keyamo urged stakeholders to refrain from assigning blame and instead concentrate on resolving industry issues.

He also discussed his ministry’s activities, including inspections of Nigeria’s airports, initiating a task force to relocate foreign airlines to a new terminal, and addressing the dilapidated old terminal’s issues to enhance airport revenue.

Furthermore, he announced the formal receipt of land for the construction of a second runway at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, which he deemed a significant milestone for the nation, promising substantial economic benefits.

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In addition, Keyamo received briefings from various agencies under his ministry and unions in the aviation sector.

He acknowledged the concerns raised and committed to holding a management retreat to further refine stakeholder input and propel the aviation industry forward…[CONTINUE READING HERE]>>

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