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NURTW Orders MC Oluomo To Vacate Lagos Office Complex



The National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), has ordered Musiliu Akinsanya, alias MC Oluomo and members of the newly inaugurated Lagos State Parks Management Committee to vacate its Ladoje, Agege, Lagos State secretariats.

The Chairman of the Caretaker Committee for Lagos State council of the union, Fatai Adesina (Akeweje), stated this while briefing the press at the weekend.

Oluomo, former Lagos State chairman of the NURTW, last month, publicly renounced his membership of the union, after being suspended by the national body over alleged insubordination, among others.

He was subsequently appointed by the state Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, as Chairman of the newly created Lagos State Parks Management Committee, to oversee the affairs of public transportation in the state.

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Addressing journalists in Lagos, Adesina, appealed to Governor Sanwo-Olu to compel MC Oluomo and his colleagues to stop using NURTW secretariat since they are no longer members of the union.

He said: “lt’s very proper and negates common sense. You renounce your membership of the union but you still hold tight to the property of the union.

“We are appealing to the state government to help talk to the members of the committee to vacate our office. That complex belongs to the NURTW and since you said you are no longer a member, courtesy demands that you drop all the union’s property in your possession.

“We are all card-carrying members of the All progressives Congress (APC) and this is election period; we don’t want anything that will affect the peace in the state, hence, our appeal to Oluomo and his people to leave our property.”

Adding: “One of the terms of reference given to us is to collect all the union’s property, including cash from executives of former administration.”


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