Monday, November 4, 2013

Another teenager stowaway bid foiled in Lagos!

Another teenager stowaway bid foiled in Lagos

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BY LAWANI MIKAIRU
Lagos — Another teenager yesterday attempted to stow away and was apprehended at the airside of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos. He attempted to stow away on an Allied Air Cargo aircraft that was preparing for take-off.
This came almost one month after the Nigeria Police, Airport Command, paraded three teenagers for attempted stow away at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, MMA, Lagos.
The incident, according to airport sources, occurred in the early hours of yesterday.
The teenager whose name could not be ascertained at the time of this report was spotted by the airside staff of the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company, NAHCo, who were handling the aircraft.
After his arrest, he was handed over to Aviation Security, AVSEC, of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN.
The sources further said the boy was taken out of the airside by AVSEC officials to an unknown place.
However, coordinating spokesman of the aviation agencies, Mr. Yakubu Dati could not be reached for his comments at the time of this report.
*would-be stowaways: From left— Onyedikachi Ukpabio 14; Lateef Popoola 13, and Joshua Amadi, 14.
*File: Would-be stowaways: From left— Onyedikachi Ukpabio 14; Lateef Popoola 13, and Joshua Amadi, 14.
It will be recalled that the Commissioner of Police, Airport Command, Salahu Waheed, said the three stowaway suspects, Lateef Popoola, 13; Amadi Joshua, 14; and Ukpabio
Onyedikachi, 14, were arrested at different times at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja.
Waheed, while handing over the suspects to their mothers, had said there was a need for their respective state governments to rehabilitate them like the Edo State Government did with teenage stowaway, Daniel Ihekina, who was arrested on August 24, 2013 after sneaking into the tyre compartment of a Lagos-bound Arik plane.
 
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Another teenager stowaway bid foiled in Lagos

on   /   in News 5:05 am   /   Comments
BY LAWANI MIKAIRU
Lagos — Another teenager yesterday attempted to stow away and was apprehended at the airside of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos. He attempted to stow away on an Allied Air Cargo aircraft that was preparing for take-off.
This came almost one month after the Nigeria Police, Airport Command, paraded three teenagers for attempted stow away at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, MMA, Lagos.
The incident, according to airport sources, occurred in the early hours of yesterday.
The teenager whose name could not be ascertained at the time of this report was spotted by the airside staff of the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company, NAHCo, who were handling the aircraft.
After his arrest, he was handed over to Aviation Security, AVSEC, of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN.
The sources further said the boy was taken out of the airside by AVSEC officials to an unknown place.
However, coordinating spokesman of the aviation agencies, Mr. Yakubu Dati could not be reached for his comments at the time of this report.
*would-be stowaways: From left— Onyedikachi Ukpabio 14; Lateef Popoola 13, and Joshua Amadi, 14.
*File: Would-be stowaways: From left— Onyedikachi Ukpabio 14; Lateef Popoola 13, and Joshua Amadi, 14.
It will be recalled that the Commissioner of Police, Airport Command, Salahu Waheed, said the three stowaway suspects, Lateef Popoola, 13; Amadi Joshua, 14; and Ukpabio
Onyedikachi, 14, were arrested at different times at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja.
Waheed, while handing over the suspects to their mothers, had said there was a need for their respective state governments to rehabilitate them like the Edo State Government did with teenage stowaway, Daniel Ihekina, who was arrested on August 24, 2013 after sneaking into the tyre compartment of a Lagos-bound Arik plane.Another teenager yesterday attempted to stow away and was apprehended at the airside of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos. He attempted to stow away on an Allied Air Cargo aircraft that was preparing for take-off.
This came almost one month after the Nigeria Police, Airport Command, paraded three teenagers for attempted stow away at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, MMA, Lagos.
The incident, according to airport sources, occurred in the early hours of yesterday.
The teenager whose name could not be ascertained at the time of this report was spotted by the airside staff of the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company, NAHCo, who were handling the aircraft.
After his arrest, he was handed over to Aviation Security, AVSEC, of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN.
The sources further said the boy was taken out of the airside by AVSEC officials to an unknown place.
However, coordinating spokesman of the aviation agencies, Mr. Yakubu Dati could not be reached for his comments at the time of this report.
*would-be stowaways: From left— Onyedikachi Ukpabio 14; Lateef Popoola 13, and Joshua Amadi, 14.
*File: Would-be stowaways: From left— Onyedikachi Ukpabio 14; Lateef Popoola 13, and Joshua Amadi, 14.
It will be recalled that the Commissioner of Police, Airport Command, Salahu Waheed, said the three stowaway suspects, Lateef Popoola, 13; Amadi Joshua, 14; and Ukpabio
Onyedikachi, 14, were arrested at different times at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja.
Waheed, while handing over the suspects to their mothers, had said there was a need for their respective state governments to rehabilitate them like the Edo State Government did with teenage stowaway, Daniel Ihekina, who was arrested on August 24, 2013 after sneaking into the tyre compartment of a Lagos-bound Arik plane.
Source:Vanguard

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