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Ogun Central Motorcycle Riders and Owners Organisation Holds Inaugural Meeting in Abẹokuta

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Abeokuta - The Riders and Owners of Motorcycles Organization (ROMO) of Ogun Central Senatorial district in Ogun State under the leadership of Comrade Nurudeen Sogeyinbo, also known as Lísàbí held their inaugural meeting at Mfield Hotels and Suites, Abẹokuta on Thursday. 
The meeting which started around 11am was well attended by all the State Executives of the Union and all the Branch Coordinators in all the 6 Local Government areas of Ogun Central. 
In his Opening remarks; Comrade Nurudeen Sogeyinbo called for co-operation among the Branch Coordinators and the leadership of the Union in Ogun Central. He thanked the State Chairman, Alhaji Sotayo Olusola Rasak Sholebo for his pragmatic leadership styles that ensured high level of Professionalism in the union. 
While also buttressing his points, Comrade Olusola Adewusi Skingilodu highlighted new modus operandi that would facilitate smooth activities of the Union as the lockdown was ease by the State Government. 
The State Secretary of ROMO, Comrade Ọlálékan Sonaola, Awikonko emphasised on the ways adopted by the union to curb and stop issuing of fake tickets among the tickets cutters and some Okada Riders. He, as well advised Branch Coordinators to always channel their grievances and challenges on the job through their Local Government and Ogun central Representatives of the Union. 

Chief Mukaila Oniyide while responding to the questions asked by the Branch Coordinators to be law abiding members. He said the State Executives of the Union are available to provide assistance on issues and Challenges member faced by the members on the roads. He also praised the State Chairman, Alhaji Sotayo for his good leadership. 

Alhaji Rasheed Dosunmu, Mrs. Omolola Olumide, and other executives spoke extensively on how to move the union forward.

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