Rights group, Centre for Human and Socio -Economic Rights (CHSR) has raised the alarm on impending danger that will befall citizens in Lagos if the fresh trouble brewing over the leadership crisis rocking the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), and the Parks and Garages leadership is not properly handled.
The current President, of NURTW is Alhaji Tajudeen Ibikunle Baruwa, while the Parks and Garages Management is under M.C Oluomo .
Already, Baruwa has vowed not to fold his hands and allow members of the Lagos Park Management Committee, led by Tajudeen Agbede, to steal the mandate given to him and his team..
The looming danger CHSR has warned must be well tackled by Lagos governor, Babajide Sanwo -Olu to avoid a breakdown of law and order in the state.
Speaking at a press briefing in Lagos, on Monday, CHSR President, Comrade Alex Omotehinse cautioned Sanwo-olu not to impose the dissolved Parks and Garages Managers on the authentic leadership of NURTW in Lagos State.
Part of the demand of CHSR is ” a call on the Lagos state government and the Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun to resist the pressure to be dragged into the selfish agenda of individuals who are determined to hijack legitimate structures and constituted authorities of NURTW.
“We call on governor Sanwo-Olu in particular to impress it on Mr. M.C Oluomo to be contended with his roles as the Chief manager of Parks and Garages and allow other stakeholders within NURTW breathe and operate without interference in Lagos’.
According to Omotehinse’ it should be worrisome that the…
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