He disclosed that he never has plan to contest for a political office in Lagos State in the future, stressing that he is fully in “support” of the party in government in the state, ROYAL NEWS reports.
According ro him,“The constitution permits anyone to contest,” Akinsanya said in Yoruba. “But count me out of it (contesting). I don’t want to be a rep, a senator or a governor,” he said.
Akinsanya also said that NURTW has set up a committee to ensure fares in different parts of the state do not get too prohibitive for commuters following the state government’s directive cutting passenger limits for different types of vehicles after coronavirus lockdown in the state was washed off.
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