Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has commended the State Chairman of the National Union Road Transport Workers, NURTW, Mr Jacob Adebo for empowering members of the union.
Arakunrin Akeredolu also applauded the current leadership of the union under Adebo popularly known as ‘Idajo’, for the prevailing peace within the union since he assumed office, urging them to sustain the tempo.
The governor spoke during the distribution of motorcycles and roofing sheets to NURTW members as a way of empowernment item items byJacob Adebo, held at the union secretariat, along Ado Road, Akure.
Akeredolu commended Adebo for the good initiative and his passion for the development of the union and the improved welfare for members, assuring
them that his administration would continue to give necessary support to further ensure the progress and development of the NURTW in the state.
The governor who noted very soon Sunshine Travel Buses and Sunshine Safe Bike would begin operation in the state, also advised members of the union to always maintain good conducts and sustain peace in their domains across the state.
He also said his administration was committed to improved infrastructure especially road to ensure the safety of road users and prevent damages to vehicles.
He urged members of the union to contribute to support his administration so that the people of the state would continue to enjoy dividends of good governance.
Govenor Akeredolu charged the beneficiaries of the empowerment programme to make judicious use of the items so that its purpose could be achieved as each of the motorcycles carry inscription of “Aketi 4 second term: Odidan “.
The chairman of the APC, Ade Adetimehin, told members of the union that Arakunri Akeredolu deserved a second term in office going by his outstanding achievements since he assured office.
Also, the State Chairman of the union, Jacob Adebo, appreciated the governor for his support for the union, promising their unalloyed support for the governor for more development in the state.