Gov. Abiodun Lauds ACOMORAN's Operational Reforms In Ogun - EDU-BIZNEWS


Saturday, March 6, 2021

Gov. Abiodun Lauds ACOMORAN's Operational Reforms In Ogun

Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State  has lauded the State Chapter of the Amalgamated Commercial Tricycle and Motorcycle Owners, Riders Association of Nigeria (ACOMORAN) for its ingenuity at putting in place various operational reforms in the Union's activities, to ensure peaceful co-existence in the commercial motorcycles operations in the State. 

Abiodun gave the commendation, during the one-year anniversary of the Union's State Executive and presentation of empowerment materials held at its Secretariat in Abeokuta.
The Governor who was represented by his Senior Special Adviser on Political Affairs, Rt. Hon. Tunji Egbetokun, appreciated the administrative and leadership styles of the executive which had made the union recorded laudable achievements within record time. 

Abiodun admonished the union to step up measures towards sensitizing motorcycle riders on the need to comply with traffic rules and regulations, while urging members of the union to continue to strengthen their support for his administration 

National President of the Union, Prince Samsudeen Apelogun applauded the Governor for sustaining the enabling environment.

The conducive environment according  to him, has encouraged many lawful businesses in the transportation sector to thrive without any bottleneck. 

Apelogun  appreciated members of the union for sustaining peaceful co-existence amongst themselves, urging them to continue to give  priority to the progress of the union. 

He added that the union decided to give out operational vehicles to members of the State Executive and another 125 units of Bajaj Motorcycle  to be distributed to branches across the State, under its empowerment scheme, to strengthen the activities of the union 

The State Chairman of the Acomoron, Mr. Kayode Showunmi had earlier in his welcome address, acknowledged the support of other executive members and solicited for their further support at ensuring improved sensitization for riders.

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