Abuja - The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs,
Pastor Usani Uguru, has welcomed moves by the Road Transport Employers
Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) to rid the public motor parks of touts.
He gave the commendation during a meeting with members of
the agency paid him a visit at his Abuja offices.
“When touting is encouraged, people suffer damages, so your
offer to rid our motor parks of them is commendable,” Uguru said.
He meanwhile welcomed the administration’s fight against
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“All of us are victims of corruption, so the posture of this
administration is not targeted at anybody. We should all join the campaign
against it,” said Uguru.
RTEAN President, Musa Shehu Isiwele, said in an effort to
enhancing service-delivery and ensuring safety and security of Nigerians in the
Transport sub-sector of the economy, the association would embark on the
construction of modern motor parks.
He said these would be equipped with modern facilities.
Isiwele said RTEAN was working in partnership with the
Federal Government to service and maintain the vehicles in its fleet.
- CAJ News