Sanwo-Olu’s position was confirmed by the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority in a statement it on Thursday.
Ominnikoron is standing trial before a Lagos High Court sitting in Tafawa Balewa Square, on five counts bordering on conspiracy, rape and murder, preferred against him by the Lagos State Government.
The Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde, made this known during
Head, Corporate Communications of the firm, Mutiu Yekeen, disclosed this in a statement on Sunday in Lagos.
The Lagos State Government had charged Ominnikoron with four counts bordering on conspiracy, murder and rape.
The 21-year-old lady was kidnapped February 26 in a Lagos BRT bus and later found dead on Carter Bridge, Lagos Island some days later
Sanwo-Olu spoke on the heels of misleading information and inciting statements from some quarters of the media.
The Lagos State Police Command on Monday, confirmed the death of Bamise, who went missing after boarding a Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) service on February 26.
The reality TV star made this known via her Instagram page on Tuesday in reaction to the kidnap and death of Oluwabamise Ayanwole.
Andrew had in an interview with TVC News said he was ordered by some gunmen who dragged Ayanwole down from the bus.
The spokesman of the Command, Adekunle Ajisebutu, offered the further explanation in a statement he issued on Monday.
The development was shared via a Facebook video in which the grieving mother ran frantically towards the bus
Fola Tinubu, Managing Director of the firm, made the assertion on Tuesday in response to a petition by a diesel supplier, Seapro Energy Limited, calling for the liquidation of Primero over indebtedness.
But the residents in areas close to Bus Rapid Transit, BRT, routes have cause to cheer the Governor given the satisfaction passengers patronizing the scheme derive in getting to their respective destinations. For them, Sanwo-Olu deserves all the accolades to mark the birthday, though nothing may have been lined up for such purpose due to COVID-19 pandemic.
In separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Lagos, the traders, therefore, pleaded with the state government to ensure completion of the first phase of the project within 24 months as scheduled.
Fola Tinubu, Managing Director of the firm, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos, on Sunday, that as part of its efforts to further ensure safety, the firm was one of the foremost transport companies to use speed gadgets to monitor drivers’ speed to ensure that they did not exceed speed limits.
Mutiu Yekeen, Head, Corporate Communications of the firm confirmed the suspension in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos.
The transport company described it as an electronic ticketing system that would enhance a more effective and efficient service delivery to its would-be commuters.
Ibrahim Farinloye, Acting Zonal Coordinator, South West Zonal Office, NEMA, confirmed the development in a statement issued in Lagos.
They said the downward review is necessary to reduce the burden that the recent hike might have on the masses.