OYRTMA RECIEVES BRAND-NEW OPERATIONAL POWERBIKES FROM MULTINATIONAL COMPANY IN IBADAN.

 

 

In recognition of the significant strides of the Oyo State Road Transport Management Authority (OYRTMA) in ensuring free flow of human and vehicular movement across Oyo State, a multinational company in Ibadan earlier today presented brand-new operational power-bikes to the Authority as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility.

OYRTMA took delivery of the brand new operational and surveillance power-bikes donated in support of the robust works and operations aimed at ensuring free flow of human and vehicular traffic across the thirty-three local government Areas of the State.

Receiving the Power-bikes on behalf of the Authority, the Executive Chairman, Mogaji (Dr.) Akin Fagbemi expressed great appreciation to the donor and reiterated the commitment of the Authority to vigorously pursue a holistic surveillance and enforcement of the operations of the Authority inline with its core-mandate of maintaining sanity and providing safety on the roads.

In his words, Dr. Fagbemi said, “while I on behalf of the Government and People of Oyo State thank you for this great gesture, it’s imperative I emphasize that these operational power-bikes would be dedicated to the robust surveillance and strict monitoring and enforcement of the various policies and operations of the Authority especially the Operation-one-passenger and Operation-no-hold-up currently being enforced”, he said.

The Chairman further said “the bikes would in great measures boost the commitment of the field officers of the Authority in doing more to safeguard the State by ensuring seamless traffic conditions and strictly monitor compliance to the operation-one-passenger policy as well as other operations of the Authority”.

 

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