Sanwo-Olu ends the suspension on RTEAN, NURTW’s competitor

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The Lagos State Government has announced the lifting of the ban on activities of the Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) within the state.

Sola Giwa, the Special Adviser to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on transportation, disclosed this in a statement issued on Monday.

According to Mr. Giwa, the decision to lift the suspension was made as part of the state’s ongoing efforts to promote peace and harmonious relations among members of transportation unions.

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“The government arrived at this decision after thorough deliberation and extensive consultations with relevant stakeholders, including members of the association, the Trade Union Congress (TUC), and the general public,” Mr. Giwa stated.

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Furthermore, he announced the dissolution of the Lagos State Parks and Garages Administrators’ Committee, which was tasked with managing parks and garage facilities in the state.

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This move, he explained, aims to foster unity and peaceful coexistence among transport unions, ensuring the efficient operation of transport services across Lagos.

Mr. Giwa emphasized the importance of a collaborative relationship between the government and transport unions, highlighting the potential for improved services and greater public benefit.

He urged all parties involved to adhere strictly to the terms and conditions of the settlement, emphasizing the need for cooperation and collective efforts to enhance the transportation system for the benefit of all Lagos residents.

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The suspension of RTEAN’s activities was initially imposed in September 2022 following repeated clashes with members of the rival National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW).

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