Nigeria has started installing full body scanners at its international airports as part of efforts to improve air security on international routes. The move comes after a Nigerian national, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, was arrested on 25 December 2009 on suspicion of trying to blow up a plane flying to the United States (US). He began his journey in Accra, Ghana, and passed through Lagos

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