Zulum presents 70 buses to the metro system, and Borno state officials

The new fleet of 70 buses for metro transport was unveiled by Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State to facilitate the transportation of state employees to their various work locations.

The governor’s spokesman, Mallam Isa Gusau, said in a statement released on Monday that the project was created to help people commute less to work.

The Borno Express station in Maiduguri was the site of the unveiling ceremony.

Gusau said the new bus fleet includes both standard-sized buses and larger buses capable of carrying a greater number of passengers, and that it was purchased with the express goal of transporting workers.

He further mentioned that each vehicle has convenient modern conveniences like air conditioning and plush seating to make the ride more bearable.

During the event’s unveiling, Governor Zulum said that this second phase of the transportation sector intervention is meant to lessen the impact of the elimination of fuel subsidies.

He went on to say that 30 of the 70 buses would be used to transport government workers to and from work each weekday between the hours of 7:00 and 9:00 am and 3:00 and 5:00 pm.

I need you to make sure that these buses begin service first thing on Tuesday morning without fail,” he stated. But please consider our predicament and make sure that shipping charges remain reasonable. Let’s look at it as a public good, not a money-making scheme.

The state governor praised the transport company’s management for their efforts to better the lives of current and former employees at the Maiduguri terminal.

In addition, he said, “The General Manager has been making timely payments to his employees ever since he took office. This is an excellent effort.

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