From the pictures here and the live video I saw today through BBC Igbo, it is very clear that Bokohari and his APC government are playing politics with Ndigbo. And some gullible and foolish Igbos are buying into those lies coming out from the Villa.
What the hell is this? Akanu Ibiam Airport Enugu is very much under construction and die-hard Bokoharists are trying to make the most noise to reap political capital out of the re -opening / commissioning of a yet to be completed Akanu Ibiam International airport in Enugu.
Yes, work is ongoing at the Airport but definitely not completed at all. The reality on the ground and the attached pictures show that those sycophants and propagandists who portray photoshopped pictures (maybe Porthacourt International Airport) as Akanu Ibiam international Airport Enugu are true enemies of Ndigbo. Ndigbo must not allow themselves to be deceived by lying bastards.
As I earlier stated, one can clearly see from these pictures taken today being the re-opening day, that the Enugu airport is still a work in progress. It is therefore clear that what happened today at the Airport is purely a political commissioning / reopening of the Airport.
As at today, August 30, 2020,
(1) Only the runway of the Akanu Ibiam Airport is fully ready which means only local flight can resume.
(2) The Night landing equipment is yet to be fixed. Which means, just like before, no flight can use the airport at night. For now.
(3) Neither the cargo terminal nor the international terminal building has been completed.
In a nutshell, the renovation of Akanu Ibiam International Airport is still continuing even as they have declared it open for use today. Most of the facilities required for international operation are yet to be fixed. According to the authorities, the entire renovation will be completed before the year runs out.
I therefore humbly appeal to the politicians to please make all their political gains they want with this reopening / commissioning but shouldn’t allow this Enugu airport to become another abandoned or perpetual ongoing project in Igbo land like the 2nd. Niger Bridge.
Enough is Enough!
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