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Thursday, November 19, 2020

Ogun Inaugurates Park Management Service, Harps On Sanity In Parks

Ogun State Government has inaugurated the State Executive of the Parks Management Services, with a renewed charge on the officials to strengthen measures towards further promoting decorum and  harmonious relationship among stakeholders in the transport sector, especially in motor parks and garages across the State.

The General Manager, State Parks and Garages Development Board, Mr. Sesan Asenuga, gave the charge during the inauguration held at the Board's Head Office in Abeokuta, stressing that the Prince Dapo Abiodun led administration was irrevocably committed at ensuring sanity through total compliance to operational laws and guidelines by all stakeholders in the transport sector with a view to achieving peace and tranquility.

Stressing the coordinating role of the park management services in all parks and garages in the three Senatorial Districts, the General Manager said government through its concerned agencies would step up measures at ensuring safety of vehicles and best standard practices in transport management. 

In his remarks, the erstwhile State Chairman of National Union of Road Transport Workers, (NURTW), Comrade Akeem Bodurin, stated that "as the State Chairman of newly created transportation outfit which was created in order to chart a new way forward for the transport Union, I want to urge all members to further conduct themselves as matured professionals".

“I am indebted to our esteemed union chieftains in particular, who stood by us all the time even before this inauguration. We’re not thugs. We’re professionals who are practicing our profession based on policy”, Bodunrin said.

He lauded the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun for his exploits in the transport sector, assuring that, the PAM as a vital organ in transportation business, would continue in the task of moving the State forward.

Highlighting the peaceful manner in which the Union crisis was being formed by the State government, the Chairman pledged the support of all members to the Prince Dapo Abiodun, while strengthening the harmonious relationship between all stakeholders in the sector.

Bodunrin urged residents of the state to disregard rumour of possible outbreak of violence in motor parks, as no member of the transport union was contemplating such action that could undermine the existing peace across garages in the State.

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