FAAN addresses its alleged Ban of Uber & Bolt Drivers from Picking up Passengers at the Airport

FAAN addresses its alleged Ban of Uber & Bolt Drivers from Picking up Passengers at the Airport 1

The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria has addressed reports of a billboard stating that Uber, Bolt and other taxi riders are banned from picking up passengers from the airport.

A tweet shared by @oneusualsuspect showed the billboard directed at the taxi drivers. It read:

So @FAAN_Official has issued a directive via this billboard to state that @UberNigeria @Boltapp_ng amongst others are not allowed to pick up passengers from the airport. The fine for this ranges from 10,000 naira. Please be aware.

So @FAAN_Official has issued a directive via this billboard to state that @UberNigeria @Boltapp_ng amongst others are not allowed to pick up passengers from the airport.

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The fine for this ranges from 10,000 naira.

Please be aware. pic.twitter.com/m2xIvbkj9t

— Creative™ (@oneusualsuspect) December 10, 2019

FAAN replied, “Thank you for feedback, the signpost has been removed, be assured the issue would be addressed”.

FAAN addresses its alleged Ban of Uber & Bolt Drivers from Picking up Passengers at the Airport 2

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