EID-IL-FITR: NCAA DG, CAPT. MUSA NUHU FELICITATES WITH MUSLIMS, STAFF …
EID-IL-FITR: NCAA DG, CAPT. MUSA NUHU FELICITATES WITH MUSLIMS, STAFF
…ASSURES OF SAFE FLIGHT OPERATION
The Director General of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt. Musa Shuaibu Nuhu has felicitated with Muslims and staff of the Authority on the occasion of Eid-Il-Fitr celebration.
He also assured passengers of their safety, comfort and seamless facilitation during the holiday.
The Eid Fitr marks the end of the Ramadan (fasting) by the Muslims.
Capt. Musa prays that the Almighty accepts it as true act of worship for us, forgives us and grants all our prayers and supplications.
He however assured travelling public of their safety, security and comfort during Sallah celebration as the Authority shall continue to ensure operators' strict adherence to the Regulations in all facets of their operations.
….. AS CAPT. MUSA NUHU COMMENDS AVIATION WORKERS
The Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt. Musa Nuhu has commended all workers in the aviation industry for their hardwork and commitment.
This commendation was contained in his goodwill message to workers in commemoration of this year's International Workers Day Celebration.
According to the NCAA helmsman, "the role of labour in any country's growth and development cannot be over emphasized; which is why the United Nation itself declared and set aside 1st May of every year as a public holiday to commemorate the working class as the producer of our common wealth."
He commended workers for the industrial harmony and their commitment towards ensuring safe and secure environment in the sector even in the face of widespread security challenge in the country. This dedication to duty, he said, has ensured that aviation maintains its prime role as major contributor to the Gross Domestic Product of the country and catalyst for economic prosperity.
In that regard, Capt. Musa reassures workers that Government will continue to take the interest and welfare of workers at heart and ensure that maximum conducive working conditions are put in place.
CAPTAIN MUSA NUHU