This agreement followed four days of negotiation and meetings between government representatives and leaders of transport unions, shortly after the State Government declared war against hike in the prices of goods and services in the State.
Oyebode said toward the realisation of the reversal, a government delegation, led by Biodun Omoleye, Chief of Staff to the governor, met with transportation unions on Sunday in Ado-Ekiti.
Our correspondent’s investigation reveals that NURTW in the State had alleged that RTEAN had been overstepping their bounds, thereby interfering with its legitimate activities, a development which had resulted in a strained relationship between the two organizations.
The National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Abdulrahman Amusan, who made this appeal in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos, said sufferings of transport operators were becoming unbearable.
Alhaji Mohammed Musa, Lagos State Chairman of RTEAN, made the plea in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Lagos while assessing compliance level of members, a week after the lockdown ease.
The Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria’s Enforcement Task Force on COVID-19 Public Transport Operational Guidelines in Lagos on Monday clamped down on some commercial drivers flouting the state government directives.
The Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria has urged its members to adhere strictly to the Lagos State Government new transport guidelines to forestall further spread of COVID-19.
The Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria, Lagos State Chapter has lauded the Lagos State Government for giving 690 bags of garri to its members to cushion the effect of the lockdown in the state.
The Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria and the National Union of Road Transport Workers on Wednesday assured the Lagos State Governor-elect, Babajide Sanwo-Olu of maximum cooperation and support.
The Transition Monitoring Grou and Human and Environmental Development Agenda on Saturday urged the Independent National Electoral Commission
The Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria on Tuesday declared it total support for President Muhammadu Buhari promising to mobilise 16 million votes for his re-election in the February 16 presidential poll.
The Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria in Lagos State on Monday declared support for President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election and Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the state’s governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress.
The MoU was signed recently for the movement of logistics in the forthcoming general elections.
The Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria, Lagos State Chapter, on Friday said that members of the union would not be used as political thugs in the 2019 general elections.
The suspects are all males with ages ranging from 20 years to 32 years.
The Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria on Sunday lauded President Muhammadu Buhari for approving the rehabilitation of the Lagos- Badagry-Seme expressway.
Alhaji Mohammed Musa, chairman of the chapter on Monday, led other executive members to the campaign and undertook a verification exercise for hundreds of members at Ikorodu-Epe and Ojo Zone II Secretariat.
The Road Transport Employees Association of Nigeria has said that the ongoing construction of the new Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge rail line would reduce traffic pressure on expressways in the country.
The Acting National President, Osakpamwan Eriyo told the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja that the money was the accumulated dues and tickets sales since 2013 belonging to the association.
Lawanson made the assertion in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.