By Simon Ateba
FAAN said the incident occurred at about 1:13 p.m.
“The smoke was quickly traced to some offices at the E wing on the ground floor of the terminal by a combined team of FAAN’s electrical engineers and fire officers,” said Yakubu Dati, FAAN spokesman.
Dati said investigations has commenced to ascertain the cause of the fire.
“The Authority wishes to assure the traveling public and other airport users that there was no immediate danger to anyone as a result of the incident neither did it affect flight operations at the terminal,” he said.
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