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Aggrieved Lagos Bus Drivers Meet MC Oluomo, Call Off Strike

Members of the Joint Drivers Welfare Association of Nigeria (JDWAN) have called off their industrial action.

Its National Leader  Abiodun Akintade; Chairman, Opeyemi Sulaiman and General Secretary Ajimatanarareje Feyisayo, made the announcement on Monday at the secretariat of the Lagos State Parks and Garages Management, Agege.

The trio and two others that spoke lamented the nefarious activities of boys that demanded money from them at every bus stop.

According to them, there are about 25 bus stops between Badagry and Alaba in Orile where the boys stationed to collect money. This, they said, rip them off their daily earnings.

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