Transporters Withdraw Services in Ebonyi State  

Transporters Withdraw Services in Ebonyi State

Transporters in Ebonyi State have withdrawn their services over the selling of parks by the state government.

PUNCH reports that commercial transporters have resolved to withdraw their services in all parts of Ebonyi State from Thursday. Jamb Results

This declaration was made by the National Chairman of the Association of Mass Transit Operators, Gregory Inyaba after commercial transporters had an emergency meeting on Thursday in Enugu.

Gregory Inyaba revealed that the sealing of parks in Abakaliki by the state government has caused unprovoked attacks on facilities, staff, and vehicles of transport companies by persons suspected to be agents working for the state government. Information Guide Nigeria

Gregory Inyaba said, “Vehicles belonging to members – with passengers- from other states were similarly attacked on Wednesday as a result of this development. How can you attack vehicles coming into Ebonyi with passengers from other states?”

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However, the Commissioner for Capital City Development, Onyekachi Nwebonyi said that the parks were locked down because of the refusal by the transport companies to move to the central park which has been given to them by the state government.

PUNCH reports that according to a source, commercial transporters were informed to relocate to another park but the commercial transporters refused to relocate after a six-month notice.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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