Mr Buhari, who is currently taking a tour around the project terminal, said the facility was built on a landmass of approximately 56,000 square metres, with 66 check-in counters and has the capacity to process 14 million passengers annually.
The new terminal is equipped with censored conveyor belt, seven jet bridges, 10 ultra-modern cooling systems, heat extraction in the baggage hall, ample space for duty free shops and banks, recreational areas for children, 22-room hotel for stop-overs among others.
Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu, aviation minister, Hadi Sirika, Yobe State governor, Mai-Mala Buni, among others, are attending the commissioning.
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