OYRTMA Commences Full Implementation of One-passenger Policy

The Oyo State Road Transport Management Authority (OYRTMA) has commenced full enforcement of the wildly publicized operation one-passenger which specifically aims to reduce to barest minimum, incessant road crashes resulting from overloading of vehicles, tricycles and motorcycles in the State.

Addressing journalists earlier today at the administrative headquarters of the Authority, the Executive Chairman, Mogaji (Dr.) Akin Fagbemi announced commencement of the full implementation of the one-passenger policy which he explained was not to inconvenience the commercial transport workers but to further ensure safety on the roads, reduce accidents and return sanity to the transportation sector of the Pace Setter State.

“As a result of the huge number of accidents we have painstakingly recorded since the commencement of this administration, this policy has become inevitable. Hundreds of innocent school pupil”

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  1. How many people of Oyo state can afford to charter bike,
    To my own believe and assures oyrtma wanted to use these to raise money and to make themselves rich , not for the real purpose of the safety.
    Because I do see the majority of these oyrtma personnel use bike to work as transportation if they are not on duty, and they do carry two on bike.
    I see these as shit

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