National leader ship of Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) has applauded Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for providing 25 mini-buses for its members in Kwara State, saying AbdulRazaq’s administration has been fair to all in the distribution of amenities and commonwealth.
“We are highly delighted to most profoundly appreciate your altruistic act of providing twenty five (25) number of shuttle buses to our organisation in Kwara State,” RTEAN said in a statement jointly signed by its Executive National President Alhaji (Dr) Musa Muhammed and the National Secretary General Comrade Yusuf Ibrahim Adeniyi.
“As the people’s governor, your liberality is not in doubt as you have always been opened to all and sundry in fairness and equity in the distribution of amenities and commonwealth.”
RTEAN appreciated various support the AbdulRazaq administration has rendered to its members over the years.
“Against this backdrop therefore, the National Executive Council (NEC) of our great association wish to further appreciate your various cooperations and support rendered to our members in Kwara State over time,” the group said.
“We thank you most sincerely and pray that Allah will continue to guide and protect you to do more for the people of Kwara State and Nigeria in general.”
Similarly, the Kwara State Chapter of RTEAN commended AbdulRazaq for empowering its members with mini-buses, saying the gesture will not only ease people’s movement in the state but it will also provide sources of living for its members.
“On behalf of the executives and the entire members of the Kwara State Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria, we want to register our sincere and unalloyed appreciations to Your Excellency for empowering our members with mini-buses,” Alhaji Abdulrahman Olayinka Onikijipa said in a statement issued in Ilorin.
Onikijipa pledged the continued support and loyalty of RTEAN to the AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq administration in Kwara State.
Kwara state government, in partnership with a finance company, recently rolled out 50 mini-buses for RTEAN and NURTW members as part of the efforts to ease transportation challenges in the state.