Nigerian Agencies Sign MoU For Airspace Security
Tanimu Hassan, Abuja
The Nigerian Safety Investigation Bureau and the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency have formally signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance airspace security in Nigeria.
The agreement aims to strengthen the relationship between NSIB and NAMA, enhancing information and data sharing during incidents and ensuring quality and timeliness of air mishaps investigation.
The MoU emphasized the mutual agreement between agencies, promoting cooperation, honesty, respect, openness, and professionalism in all transactions.
The two agencies signed a non-binding MoU, agreeing to perform their respective functions in line with the agreement’s values and principles.
The agreement was signed at NSIB Abuja headquarters by Bureau Director General Akin Olateru and NAMA Managing Director/CEO Odunowo Tayib Mohammed.
The NSIB DG said: “Collaboration remains the centre point of our drive towards enthroning safety in the aviation industry. We remain committed to promoting safety in the aviation industry to the point of attaining and maintaining zero accidents.
”We, however, cannot do it alone, that is why we have chosen the path of collaboration with agencies and institutions with similar objectives.”
He commended NAMA management for rising to the occasion by signing the agreement.