Passenger, mom arrested for attack at Lagos airport

Flying Securities on the Lagos Airport have passed over a 29-year-old passenger, Ayemobola Mojadesola, and her mom to the police for allegedly undertaking themselves in an unruly means.

The arrested passengers had been stated to have inflicted a physically shock on a body of workers member, (identify withheld) of the Lagos airport.

It used to be accrued that the passenger had previous lent a pen from the flying associate however an issue ensued when the body of workers member after requested for the pen.

The injured Airport staff
The injured Airport body of workers

Observers stated the shorten argument was irritated and each Mojadesola and her mom pounced at the flying associate, injuring her within the face related to her visual socket.

The passengers had been additionally accused of destroying two computers right through the fracas.

In a publish on X on Saturday, the publicist of the Nigeria Civil Flying Authority, Michael Achimugu, appealed to passengers to desist from unruly behaviours, advising them to at all times record all problems to NCAA officials rather of going violent.

Achimugu defined that “As a result of she used to be requested to go back a borrowed pen, a passenger named Ayemobola Mojadesola (born 1995) and her mom attacked an airport authentic, inflicting facial accidents and destroying two computers within the procedure.

“She used to be arrested through AVSEC and had to shop for substitute computers and introduced N50,000 money for clinical remedy of the injured body of workers. I should reiterate that unruly behaviour and devastate of airport apparatus may not be tolerated.

“Always refer to them if you are not satisfied with the service rendered by operators. The airline offloaded the passenger for unruly behaviour and she was taken by AVSEC to Tango City before being handed over to the Nigeria Police Force.”

Achimugu additional mentioned that Flying apparatus and staffers at each and every airport are there to facilitate shield and book move.

“They are not punching bags. I urge aggravated passengers to always seek the assistance of the NCAA Consumer Protection Officers at the terminals. They are there to help you,” he added.

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