Reuben Abati Calls On FG to Relocate Akure Airport

Former Special Adviser to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on Media and Publicity Dr Reuben Abati has called on the federal government to relocate the Akure airport.

The former newspaper editor was reacting to cows invasion of Akure airport runway on Saturday, hindering flight operations of Air Peace aircraft.

He blamed those that built the airport for herdsmen and their cattle, calling for relocation.

In a post on his Twitter page, the former presidential spokesperson said relocation of the airport would show a sense of accommodation of Fulani herdsmen.

Abati wrote: “The State of the nation: Whoever built that airport should have avoided the cattle route.

“Relocate the airport to show we are accommodating.”

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