Osun NURTW begs governor to allow union’s operations


Members of the National Union of Road Transport Workers in Osun State have appealed to the state governor, Ademola Adeleke, to return them to their garage and allow them to operate in the state.

The union also sought the support of its national body in returning to its garages, months after the state government dissolved the union.

The members who made the appeal in Osogbo on Thursday said they were also residents of the state and needed to work to feed their families.

Speaking with newsmen, a chieftain of the Union in the state, Kazeem Oyewale, popularly known as ‘Asiri Eniba’, urged the governor to forgive whatever he might perceive as the wrongdoing of the union.

He advised members of the union in the state to be patient, adding that things will be back to normal soon.

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He said, “We use this medium to thank Almighty God on behalf of Osun State Government. We want to plead with the government to please have mercy on our union.

“It’s been over a year since we operated last in Osun state. Everyone present today has a family to feed; the government should please forgive and forget in any way we offend them; they should not let

“We are seeking the support of our acting zonal chairman in Osun state because all the union members are suffering in the state. He should look into the Osun state situation because we’ve been suffering for over a year now.”

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