There’s a chance that international passengers at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, or MMIA, won’t be able to leave the country.
This is occurring in the midst of a system failure at the airport in Lagos.
It was learned that most airport systems are currently down, forcing airlines to manually issue tickets.
The change has made it more difficult for some travelers to retrieve their boarding passes, increasing the likelihood that they will miss their flights.
Most of the passengers appeared visibly upset by the circumstance, while some were in panic mode and pleading with the airport administration to assist them.
One of the travelers who spoke with journalists about the situation questioned the FAAN’s ability to manage the airport system.
The system downtime that is now occurring at the airport has been confirmed by FAAN.
The airport is now experiencing a system outage, according to Mrs. Faithful Hope-Ivbaze, acting general manager of corporate affairs for FAAN. She does not, however, fully understand what led to the development.