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Kuku Takes Charge as FAAN MD, Pledges to Enhance Standards, Prioritize Welfare while Boosting Revenue

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Mrs Olubunmni Kuku, Managing Director FAAN

New MD FAAN, Mrs. Olubunmni Oluwaseun Kuku

Mrs. Olubunmni Oluwaseun Kuku, the newly appointed Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), has officially assumed office, pledging to enhance revenue generation, uphold international standards, and improve the passenger airport experience. 

Emphasizing alignment with President Bola Tinubu’s renewal hope agenda, she also pledged to prioritize staff welfare.

Speaking while receiving handover notes from the past MD, Mr. Kabir Mohammed represented by the Company secretary and Legal Adviser, Mrs. Bridget Gold at the FAAN headquarters in Lagos,  Mrs. Kuku expressed her commitment to delivering the best airport experience, efficient, safe, secure, and enjoyable for all users.

She stressed the importance of building on the foundation laid by the previous management, aiming to elevate FAAN to greater heights on the international stage by enhancing safety, protocol, and infrastructure.

Mrs. Kuku highlighted the significance of FAAN’s visibility as a national asset and contributor to economic growth, considering it non-negotiable. 

Focusing on professionalism, especially in security and safety standards, she emphasized the collective responsibility to uphold the country’s reputation.

Addressing revenue generation, the new FAAN boss affirmed the optimization of income while minimizing waste. 

“Revenue generation is important and will be optimized and we would minimize waste”. 

She outlined her mission to increase both aeronautical and non-aeronautical revenue, emphasizing the continued prioritization of staff welfare. 

“We do have to scale up our operations and rededicate ourselves to providing the best possible service, user experience, passenger facilitation is priority within our airport environment”.

Mrs. Kuku called for a committed and efficient team, stating her expectation for the staff to give their best.

“We will monitor our performance and we will reset if we need to if there is any calibration because this sector is not static”.

Reiterating her commitment to enhancing institutional and human capacity, she emphasized collaboration with national and international bodies to improve Nigeria’s image and strengthen FAAN’s network.

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