We Will Continue To Invest In Road Transport Infrastructure – Gbajabiamila

We Will Continue To Invest In Road Transport Infrastructure – Gbajabiamila

1/21/2022 3:12:00 PM

We Will Continue To Invest In Road Transport Infrastructure – Gbajabiamila

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has assured that the Green Chamber will continue to help the transport industry to thrive and invest in its infrastructure.

“Government is not unaware of these realities. We will continue to do what we can to help your industry thrive,” he added.“We will also continue investing significantly in road transport infrastructure, which will expand your routes and ensure that you can cover more ground quickly, safely, and at substantially less cost.”

He said the men and women who make up RTEAN play an essential role in facilitating trade and commerce in the country,“Every day, you move millions of people and transport cargo worth billions across the towns, cities, and states of our federation.“In this manner, you contribute immensely to the operation of the Nigerian economy,” the lawmaker said.

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Yes o! You did roads in my constituency in Mushin. Gbaja ni jooo!!! yes sir more of it, we lack behind in this aspect, thank GOD for this administration, from the inception they have taking it has priority. we can see it. is only bad belle that will be against this current administration Buhari carefully selected f**ls to run this country down

Until criminals in government are brought to justice, Nigeria will continue to be an illusion. Is it not enough for one to see that all the roads in Nigeria cannot be done at once? If they say they will continue investing in them then it means it will come around! Election is at the corner it is time to promise heaven and hell. Soon we shall hear from our lords that in six months naira will be 80k to $1. Another project is about to surface, 2019 it was N10k to market men and women.Project of deceit is about to flow.

Dont know the road infrastructure hon.gbaja...is talking about..because enugu portharcourt road is something else.. especially the aba axis.. How many Nigerians have Free Health Insurance, Sanitary Pads, Condoms, Food Certificates and Residential Allowance? How many Nigerians have Transfiguration Insurance, Reincarnation Insurance and Resurrection Insurance?

💖🇳🇬 Akure- Ado road is in dire need of attention. Please air it.

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He stated this on Thursday during the Commissioning the national headquarters of the Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) in Abuja, where he noted the critical role played by the transport industry in the country. “Government is not unaware of these realities. We will continue to do what we can to help your industry thrive,” he added. “We will also continue investing significantly in road transport infrastructure, which will expand your routes and ensure that you can cover more ground quickly, safely, and at substantially less cost.” He said the men and women who make up RTEAN play an essential role in facilitating trade and commerce in the country, “Every day, you move millions of people and transport cargo worth billions across the towns, cities, and states of our federation. “In this manner, you contribute immensely to the operation of the Nigerian economy,” the lawmaker said. Gbajabiamila noted that he accepted to commission the RTEAN national headquarters to acknowledge the vital role of the association and assure them that their value to Nigeria’s economy and the country as a whole is recognised by governments at all levels. The lawmaker stated that he looked forward to supporting RTEAN and working with them to achieve national development goals. “As you are all aware, the world is still amid a global pandemic that has significantly upset the balance of our world. Here in Nigeria, we are still grappling with the effects of this pandemic on our economy,” Gbajabiamila noted. “The road transport sector, like other sectors, has not been spared from the consequences of the economic contraction. “At the same time, you are grappling with regulatory, technological, and policy changes that have adversely impacted your businesses and your business model”. Gbajabiamila encouraged the RTEAN members to understand that they are operating at a time of rapid social and economic change due to technological advancement, changing public tastes, and policy and regulatory responses to both. “You cannot standstill. You must be ready to adapt to new realities, modify your practices, and make sure that you thrive in whatever circumstances,” the Lagos lawmaker explained. “This new RTEAN House stands today as a tribute to your ability as a union to mobilise people and resources to serve noble objectives. It is only through unity and dedication of purpose that you will achieve the best objectives for the men and women who make up your union. Therefore, I encourage you to continue in this regard.” More on Local