Nampol and NAC sign airport security memorandum

The Namibia Airports Company (NAC) and the Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) on Friday morning signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the provision of aviation security services at the eight national airports operated and managed by NAC.
The deal includes security services at the Walvis Bay International Airport which along with Hosea Kutako International Airport are the country’s only two international airports. The other six airports falling under this deal are Lüderitz Airport, Rundu Airport, Ondangwa Airport, Keetmanshoop Airport, Eros Airport and Katima Mulilo Airport.

The MoU, a first of its kind to be documented, is aimed at attaining the provision of effective aviation security services at all NAC airports and was signed by Inspector-General Lt-Gen Sebastien H Ndeitunga on behalf of Nampol; whereas NAC’s Acting CEO Lot Haifidi signed the MoU on behalf of the institution.
The MoU has been vetted by the Attorney-General’s Office, before the signing ceremony took place on Friday morning.

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