Governor Ambode has also now clarified that there will be no job losses for the concerned danfo drivers involved, as they will be employed and trained to drive the new buses. According to him;
“If Lagos is to be globally competitive, we need to change the outlook of the way the city runs. What is of paramount interest to this government is that every Lagosian has a comfortable means of moving from one place to the other. But I promise you that they’ll be no job losses.
The Governor is not interested in driving all the new buses. It is these bus drivers, the technicians, the mechanics that would also still be employed and trained to use the new buses. We are going to employ more people for the greater number of the buses and to make the city more beautiful and comfortable to all our workers.”
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