Bauchi’ll regulate transport activities, deputy governor assures 


The Bauchi state deputy governor, Mohammed Auwal Jatau, Thursday said the state government is working to regulate transport activities thereby tackling insecurity being experienced in the sector. 

Jatau stated this while receiving members and officials of the state branch of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) who paid a courtesy visit at VIP 9, Bauchi. 

To this end, the deputy governor urged NURTW, being a critical stakeholder in the transport sector to support the state government’s move towards advancing the sector for economic development and employment opportunities. 

He said the buses provided to the association by Governor Bala Mohammed was part of his administration’s desire to assist transport workers to improve their operations and become self reliant.

“I am highly delighted to receive you on a congratulatory visit. On behalf of Governor Mohammed I want to thank you for your immense support towards the successes recorded by the PDP-led administration in the state. Governor Bala Mohammed has been giving you a lot of support since coming into power, so I want to urge you as usual to be reciprocating the gesture by praying for his success in the task ahead.”

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