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MC Oluomo Stops NURTW Ticket Sales, Operation In Lagos

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Members of Lagos State chapter of National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) have raised concerns over how the union’s state chairman, Musiliu Akinsanya, popularly called Mc Oluomo, has been openly running a parallel unbranded body against NURWT, banning sales of the union’s ticket across the state and declaring himself as boss of a personified new union, founded by him.

Aside from stopping sales of the union’s ticket, they claimed that Akinsanya also instigated his loyalists, who were members of the Lagos chapter of the NURTW, to denounce the union under the pretext that they were no longer interested in the body and would prefer to associate with Mc Oluomo’s founded union.

They alleged that the chairman banned the NURTW members under his leadership from buying tickets from the union on the 1st of March, 2022, and forced branch chairmen to sign an undertaking declaring their support for him and whatever decision he made, they should abide by it as against the national body.

As gathered, he has decided to run a parallel union with the national body and begun to engage in some actions that could ensure that the Lagos State Government grants him the permission to achieve his motive.

Some of the affected branches’ chairmen who claimed to have signed the undertaking on duress, lamented that someone needs to stop Mc Oluomo from always using innocent members against the union national leadership and members as well as people that he feels could be a threat to his reign in the state.

MC Oluomo’s actions, the members claimed, have started affecting the agenda of the Lagos State Government to generate revenue internally and allocate it for the provision of infrastructures across the state, as his actions to print tickets could affect the share that was expected to be sent to the government.

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