‘Nyanya bus terminal to be reopened soon’
The Nyanya Terminal which had remain closed since it was attacked by Boko Haram insurgents in April 2014 will be reopened soon.
Alhaji Isiaka Babanagode, operator of the Nyanya Bus Terminal, has said plans are underway to reopen the park.
The FCT Minister, Muhammad Musa Bello, had ordered that the terminal be reopened when he was at the park on July 19. He also directed that immediate repairs and adequate security measures be put in place for the commencement of operations there.
Babanagode said the minister directed the management of the terminal to put in place standard security measures including the construction of perimeter fencing, closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras and ensuring free flow of traffic along the AbujaKeffi highway.
“We are committed to providing 100 percent security for all commuters in and around the terminals and ensuring free traffic along the road,” Babanagode said.
He also expressed his willingness to work with all security agencies in the area as well as traditional rulers to maintain the peace in Nyanya and its environs.
Babanagode assured commuters of first class terminal services as renovation of the place was in full swing ahead of the formal reopening to the general public.