It reads: “I am directed to inform all Hon Members, staff, media and the general public that the House hereby cancels the Emergency Plenary Session earlier scheduled for tomorrow 9th May, 2022.
“This cancellation follows from the near-resolution of some of the major critical issues in the Aviation Industry that necessitated the original notice. The House appreciates the positive concern, reaction and contributions of all Hon Members to these critical National issues.
“However, the Leadership of the House will still meet with relevant stakeholders tomorrow 9th May, 2023 in 2pm. The House sincerely regrets any inconvenience this short notice would have caused.”
Airline operators under the auspices of Airline Operators of Federal Republic of Nigeria have threatened to shut down flight operations from Monday as a result of high cost of aviation fuel selling for N700 per litre.