Abuja airport to experience power outage Friday, Saturday – FAAN

Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport

Electrical maintenance is to be carried out at the airport.

The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has said the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja, would experience power interruption between Friday and Saturday.

Henrieta Yakubu, the FAAN Head of Communication at the airport, made this known in a statement issued on Wednesday in Abuja.

“The power interruption is due to electrical maintenance the authority wishes to carry out at the airport.

“We write to inform you that there will be system maintenance of the high voltage side of the Terminal Building Power Transformer at the NAIA. This will result in a three-hour power interruption between 12 midnight of June 28 and 3 a.m. of June 29.

“The maintenance will, however, not affect Module D. Members of the public and passengers are thereby advised to please bear with us,’’ the statement stated.



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