Governor Zulum Launched 70 Buses Towards Providing Safe and Affordable Transportation In Borno State
By ISophieGist | self meida writer
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Following his efforts to enhance the revenue of the State, the Borno State Government under the leadership of His Excellency, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum on Friday morning, 5th February 2021, commissioned 70 brand-new vehicles, which comprises taxis and buses. These vehicles were meant to provide affordable and safe transport service to the people of Borno State, and also to increase revenue generation of the State.
In his speech at the event, Governor Zulum has ordered the ministry of transport to join hand with the ministry of Justice and also the ministry of youths and sports in order to engage the unemployed youths in the State. The governor also gave the ministry of transport and the Borno Express Transport Corporation thumbs up for a job well-done.
Below are photos of the vehicles launched by Governor Zulum of Borno State
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source/image credit: Northeast Reporters Official Facebook Page.
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