International Airlines operating in Nigeria are not using the new terminal at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, launched over a month ago because of space constraints.
BCA Business News crew gathered that the old terminal is still very busy with International flights landing and taking-off from there, and passengers also processed there too.
The Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority, says it has raised two hundred million dollars to support investment and growth in the technology sector.
The Senior Vice President and lead Portfolio Manager, NSIA, Pius Anyiador, who disclosed this in Abuja at a meeting, pointed out that the innovative project will create an ecosystem, expected to catalyze and stimulate economic activities.
The World health organization has warned that Africa is seeing a surge in outbreaks of diseases that can be averted with vaccines over the past year.
Reports say that almost seventeen thousand, five hundred cases of measles were recorded in the African region between January and March 2022, marking a four hundred percent increase, compared with the same period in 2021.