April 15, 2024

The Osun State Chapter of The National Union of Road Transport Workers, NURTW has appealed to Governor Ademola Adeleke to weigh in on Park Management leaders to allow its members to work at parks.

The Union made the appeal to Governor Adeleke on Thursday during a state meeting held in Osogbo.

Leader of the NURTW, Comrade Kazeem Oyewale, popularly known as Asiri Eniba implored the State Government to have “mercy on our union, its been a year since our members operated last”.

“And the Union has been in existence for a long time, if there’s any way the union has offended them before they got into the administration, they should forgive them and allow the members of NURTW to also do their businesses”, he said.

He also extended his regards to Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya , the acting zone 2 Chairman of the Union, urging him to intervene in Osun State case, emphasizing that all the states have gone back to Union.

Oyewale also commended the cooperation of the security personnel in Osun State for providing them necessary cover to hold their meeting.

He said “there were times we heard that if we hold meeting, there will be crisis, but we thank God that the security agencies were around and there was no problem. NURTW is not for violence and we maintain peace”, he stated.

He also appealed to the members of the union to exercise patience, adding that he believes, that things will go back to its rightful place in due time.

Members from all local government areas and branches used the avenue to suggest way forward for the Union to the leader during a three-hour engagement.

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