Gbenga Omotoso, Lagos State Commisioner For Information and Strategy has at on Wednesday, openly spoken on issue that affects the Lagosians as a whole, mostly the keke and tricycle riders. He tried giving hope with his words when he made known that a replacements for banned motorcycles and tricycle would be made available across the state in April but would that possible make up for the miserable state it must have put some families into since their main source of livelihood was forcefully taken from them by the Lagos government.
Omotoso who stated this while addressing State House Correspondents after the Security Council Meeting at State House, Marina.
In his words:
“The state government would be assuaging the pain being felt by residents by injecting buses of different sizes and capacities into the public transportation space to serve as an alternative to Okada and Keke. We are using this opportunity to inform Lagosians that the palliatives promised by the government will be coming very soon, most likely in April. Around April, some of these vehicles – 14-seater, 18-seater buses – are going to come in.”