Lagos Okada ban: Osun govt stops registration of riders

Following the ban of Okada in Lagos State, the Osun State Authorities has stopped recent registration of motorcyclists within the state.

The governor in a press release by his Particular Adviser on Works and Transport, Toke Olaniyan, mentioned the choice was to keep away from these from Lagos trooping into the state.

“We now have suspended the registration of recent business motorcyclists in Osun state.

“That is with the intention to forestall these Okada riders who misplaced jobs within the Lagos State from coming into the state.

” Presently, we’ve issued a press release to cease additional registration for recent Okada riders and operators.

“Osun would quickly begin registration of motorbike homeowners and riders.

The governor urged residents to report any unusual bike operator to the safety businesses.”
Following the ban of Okada in Lagos State, the Osun State Government has stopped fresh registration of motorcyclists in the state.

The governor in a statement by his Special Adviser on Works and Transport, Toke Olaniyan, said the decision was to avoid those from Lagos trooping into the state.
“We have suspended the registration of new commercial motorcyclists in Osun state.

“This is in order to prevent those Okada riders who lost jobs in the Lagos State from entering the state.
” Presently, we have issued a statement to stop further registration for fresh Okada riders and operators.
“Osun would soon commence registration of motorcycle owners and riders.

The governor urged residents to report any strange motorcycle operator to the security agencies.”
Following the ban of Okada in Lagos State, the Osun State Government has stopped fresh registration of motorcyclists in the state.

The governor in a statement by his Special Adviser on Works and Transport, Toke Olaniyan, said the decision was to avoid those from Lagos trooping into the state.
“We have suspended the registration of new commercial motorcyclists in Osun state.

“This is in order to prevent those Okada riders who lost jobs in the Lagos State from entering the state.
” Presently, we have issued a statement to stop further registration for fresh Okada riders and operators.
“Osun would soon commence registration of motorcycle owners and riders.

The governor urged residents to report any strange motorcycle operator to the security agencies.”

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