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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Enugu Gov. Ugwuanyi Offers Free Transport For Enugu Indigenes Nation Wide

In the spirit of Christmas, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has offered free transportation for indigenes of the state residing in other parts of Nigeria, who intend to return home to celebrate the festive season with their loved ones.





Announcing the welfare package, the Managing Director, Enugu State Transport Company (ENTRACO), Mr. Bob Itanyi, stated that the gesture was borne out of Gov. Ugwuany’s magnanimity and enduring resolve to ameliorate the sufferings of the people of the state as well as give them a sense of belonging as the true heroes of democracy.


Mr. Itanyi explained that the free transportation exercise, which commences on Tuesday, December 19 and ends on Saturday, December 23, will be carried out in states of the federation that are far from the state, such as, Abuja, Lagos, Jos, Ibadan, Kaduna, Kano, Minna, Gombe, Ilorin, Sokoto, Jalingo, Bauchi, Nasarawa, Port Harcourt, among others.


The Managing Director stated that the beneficiaries must be those who are duly registered with the Enugu State Town Union in their respective states of residence, adding the company is coordinating the exercise with the leadership of the unions in the affected states, for accountability and effective result.


He disclosed that the returnees on arrival will be formally received by the State Commissioner for Transport, Hon. Vitus Okechi, the MD of ENTRACO, and others, at the former main depot of the company, opposite the state headquarters of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), Enugu.

From Daily Post


*How many BV's are fro Enugu here?Will the Buses take them back after the Festivities?

20 comments:

  1. Wow
    Nice one!
    Wishing all travelers journey mercies

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  2. Lol.@ Stella question. The bus won't take them back. But is is a good gesture from the governor especially for people that would be traveling with their families. If you calculate the amount you will pay for let's say a family of 5 and the luggages you will see you will save a lot. It was actually the former governor of the state that started it.

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    1. Nice one.
      They are usually taken back in to their base in January.
      This was started by Chimaroke Nnamani.
      Glad that such nice gesture are still going.

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  3. Nice one 😊
    Ndi be anyi ama m Na unu Na abata nu ?

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  4. Chukwu gozie gi govern Ugwuanyi.


    Nice moves
    Good idea.

    Congratulations you those that will benefit from it

    Stella,they will transport themselves back to their different destination

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  5. Why Abuja follow and Benue no follow

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  6. I think it was Chimaroke that Started it. Kudos to him though.

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    1. yes, exactly what I wrote πŸ‘†.
      Good one, Gburus!

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  7. Even if he is not paying to and fro,just traveling with your family alone is so much money as transport fare will be tripled this season.God bless you Sir

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  8. That's a nice gesture. It will save many families a lot of money.

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  9. Nice one Mr governor! Pls can other gov imitate this ? This is good initiative.i respect this man for this

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  10. Nice one Mr governor! Pls can other gov imitate this ? This is good initiative.i respect this man for this

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