Travelogue: Mission to Ghana and echoes of Reforms at Nigeria’s International Airport , by Folu Olamiti


Just last year, the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) took its fight against corruption to a new level.
It turned its eyes on the International airports with an avowed zeal to halt the disposition of the men and women in service to corruption.
In Nigeria, a familiar and obsequious greeting from airport officials to air travelers is a signal for extortion. They often try to be subtle about it when they greet; “Happy weekend… or we are loyal, etc.
Such had caused users of Nigerian airports, most especially foreign air travelers, moments of embarrassment. That reason impelled …Read More

Source:: New Mail