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OGUN ACOMORAN JOINTLY ESTABLISH TASKFORCE WITH AMORAN, ROMO

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Communique between the Motorcycle Union Stake holders in Ogun State on our decision to jointly establish a Task Force.
The Amalgamated Commercial Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association of Nigeria (ACOMORAN), Ogun State chapter uses this opportunity to express its decision to jointly establish a Task Force with the Articulate Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association (AMORAN), and the Riders and Owners of Motorcycles Organization (ROMO) in the state.

Being a committed Association that is abide with law and order in the society, we wish to state that our decision to jointly establish a task force is borne out of the many reports we have received about commercial motorcycle operators who disregard government directives on the number of passengers to convey at a time and the use of nose covers.

The Association have reached out to commercial motorcycle operators in Ogun State using different means on the need to obey government directives in order to slow the advance of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have resolved to take a bold step by embarking on the journey to enforce this directives to support the efforts of the government in its fight against the spread of the pandemic.

We are confident that the decision to jointly establish a task force is a step in the right direction as Ogun has recorded a total of 586 positive cases as against a total number of 316 on the 4th of June, which represents an increase of 270 or over 85% in just 14 days, a development which has promoted His Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun revisit the directives issued to commercial motorcycle operators to enforce compliance.

We give our assurance to the government that we shall continue to play our part as an Association with a high degree of consciousness for societal growth and development.


Signed;
Aco. Kayode Amos Sowunmi JP (StateChairman Acomoran)

Otunba Aina Nurudeen
(State Chairman Amoran)

Hon. Sotayo Olusola Rasaq
(State Chairman Romo)

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