Notice: session_start(): A session had already been started - ignoring in /home/corddfba/cordly.ng/header-menu.php on line 849




Latest Forum Posts


Naira depreciates marginally, exchanges at 445.83 to dollar - December 02, 2022
Musk Kicks Kanye West Off Twitter After Swastika Post - December 02, 2022
OPEC set to stick or cut more amid plan to cap Russian oil price - December 02, 2022
FG to tax cryptocurrencies in Finance Bill 2022 - December 02, 2022
Enugu Disco decries increasing vandalism in South-East - December 02, 2022
ASUU-EBSU protests outstanding salaries, accuses FG of insensitivity - December 02, 2022
2023 Polls: The People’s Will Must Prevail, Says National Security Adviser - December 02, 2022
Black Market Operators Make Brisk Business as Petrol Scarcity Lingers in Lagos, Others - December 02, 2022
Ahmed: Nigeria Not Broke, Economy Challenged on Many Fronts - December 02, 2022
2023: Police Warn Personnel against Bearing Lethal Weapons at Polling Booths - December 02, 2022
Wike Blasts Minister over Comment on Airports, Flyovers in States - December 02, 2022
Aero Contractor to Resume Operations with Six Aircraft - December 02, 2022
2023 poll: Lagos Island behind Tinubu - December 01, 2022
‘Atiku committed to fix Nigeria’ - December 01, 2022
Atiku battle weary, weakest candidate — Oshiomhole - December 01, 2022
Lawan seeks better funding for RMAFC - December 01, 2022
2023: Senate President cautions against vote-trading - December 01, 2022
Nigeria, Benin Republic collaborate to foster unity - December 01, 2022
China eases COVID-19 measures after protests - December 01, 2022
N800bn Judgement against Shell: Supreme Court Decides Tomorrow - December 01, 2022




Discover Your Personality Type in Less Than 15 Minutes
House Probes Alleged Flagrant Violation of Consumer Rights by Airline Operators By Obayomi Abiola Benjamin On Wednesday 23rd November 2022Politics & Governance 102

Free Online Video Downloader - Cordly



The House of Representatives has mandated its Committee on Human Rights to investigate the alleged violation of the rights of Nigerians and other passengers by airline operators.

The resolution of the lawmakers was sequel to the adoption of a motion sponsored by Hon. Karu Simon Elisha and Hon. Taiwo Oluga at plenary yesterday.

Moving the motion, Elisha noted that

the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission Act was established to promote and protect the interest of consumers over all products and services among others.

He also noted that Nigerians and other consumers have the right to be protected by the Consumer Protection Department under the Directorate of Air Transport of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) launched on March 2001, to ensure that aviation customers get the best services in the transportation.

He said the House was aware that the department was established to serve as the eye of the industry responsible for informing, educating and protecting consumers and ensuring the provision of quality services in the Aviation sector.

Elisha said the House was also aware of the challenges confronting the aviation sector despite interventions in reviewing airfare charges being tolerated by both consumers and government to cushion the effects yet, the airfare charges and travel disruption have continued to increase daily.

He, however, expressed concerns that the continuous complaints and outcry by Nigerians and other air passengers had become alarming with the consistent violation of passenger rights to service delivery by airline service providers.

He opined that with inconsistency of air travel schedules due to sudden delay, cancellations and other airlift service provision, consumers were being shortchanged in their businesses, health conditions and social and economic ventures without due compensation.

Also at the plenary, the lawmakers adopted two separate motions on the need to resolve the lingering issue of power outage in Lere federal constituency of Kaduna State, and need to reconstruct the collapsed bridge in new Ndebiji and Calabar-Ekang Cameroon highway, Cross River State.

 

 

 

[ThisDay]

Please login to participate in this forum!
My Accounts Our Services Useful Links Affiliate Links Follow Us
Cordly is an online social marketplace that enables the connection of producers and consumers of products, services and talents across the Nigeria and abroad!.







Lost Password
Sign In
Sign Up







Blog
Books
Biographies
Create Page
Marketplace
Study
Forum
Videos
Download Online Videos
Shorten Your URL
Get YouTube Thumbnail

About Us
Contact Us
Sitemap







laPrice
Hubpile
Pay4ebooks
kpiBooks
Fridayposts
Flickers of Hope Foundation




CordlyNG on Facebook  Facebook

CordlyNG on Twitter  Twitter

CordlyNG Blog  Blog

Send Email to CordlyNG  Email