Ekiti guber: Okada riders to experience business boom in my tenure -Kayode Fayemi - Current Gist

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Ekiti guber: Okada riders to experience business boom in my tenure -Kayode Fayemi


The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has debunked rumour by the opposition that he will ban commercial motorcyclists operations if elected as the next governor of the state.
He said instead of putting them out of their jobs, he would create conditions that will make them improve on their operations.
According to a statement by the Director of Media and Publicity of the Kayode Fayemi Campaign Organisation, Wole Olujobi, Fayemi spoke at an interactive session with the commercial motorcyclists at his country home in Isan-Ekiti on Saturday, where hundreds of operators had come on a visit to solidarise with the APC candidate.
Ekiti State Chairman of Commercial Motorcyclists Association, Kunle Ashaolu, who led members from across the 16 local governments of the state, praised Fayemi for boosting their operations while he was governor between 2010 and 2014.
He said the APC candidate made unprecedented contributions to the growth of their business, which supported them to keep their families and improve on their welfare.
He said: “When all hopes of getting government jobs were lost and we opted for okada operations, you didn’t abandon us to suffer more.
“For the start, you bought 280 motorcycles for our association with registration numbers and provided us with helmets and you later added 500 pieces of tricycles and a Toyota bus.
“Much later, you added another 100 pieces of Hajue motorbikes while the present governor has never bought a tube for us but would pay N1000 to call okada operators to rallies to deceive the public that he has supporters,” he explained.

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