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NURTW sets up 9-men committee to coordinate operations



After the activities of the National Union of Road Transport Workers has been banned by the Lagos State Government, the union has set up a nine-man caretaker committee to coordinate its operations in Lagos State.

NURTW spokesperson, Chukwudi Asogwa, stated that a letter had been addressed to Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to that effect.

According to a copy of the letter, the caretaker committee will operate for three months as stipulated in the union’s constitution.

Members of the committee are Fatai Adeshina (Chairman), Sunday Yusuf, Abraham Onifade, Jamiu Erinfolami, Ismaila Ojora, Lekan Ariyibi, Murtala Lawal, Taiwo Azeez, and Kayode Agbeyangi (secretary).

The letter read in part, “Owing to the crises that bedevilled Lagos State Council which culminated in the dissolution of the State Administrative Council on April 2022 and in order not to alloyAitityacuum Created to be affected by outside influences, the National Secretariat deemed it necessary to set up a Caretaker Committee with immediate effect.

“You are to take over the administration of the State Secretapt of the union. You should invite the State Chairman, Treasurer and any other SAC member so that any officer in possession of the union’s funds and properties hands over to the committee.

“You should take control of all saleable items onion such as Union receipts, membership cards, EOD’s, Way Bill, RAHIS (PAMS) etc.

“You should liaise with the state and local governments including other law enforcement agents in the state with the sole objective of bringing the union closer for better performance.

“You should try as much as possible to bring back the lost glory of the union and sanitise its operations hitherto rubbished by the former SAC.”

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