The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has apologised for the power outage at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.
The apology was contained in a statement by FAAN’s acting General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Faithful Hope-Ivbaze.
Newsmen had reported that many passengers were stranded over power outage at the departure lounge of the MMIA.
The statemwnt read, “FAAN wishes to apologise to passengers and other airport users that witnessed a temporary power outage at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, at about 2315hours yesterday, April 1, 2022.
“The outage, which was as a result of yesterday’s rain, that came with very fierce winds and storms, a natural occurrence, affected one of our feeders, and consequently resulted in the temporary disruption of power supply at the D wing of the airport.
“However, our engineers quickly discovered the fault, and liaised with the Ejigbo duty/area control office of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria and together resolved the problem. Normalcy has since been restored at the affected area.”