After Keke Operators Began Strike, See What People Of Kano Use For Transport
By Rasheeed | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 1667 views
The association of Kano state Keke Napep workers has commenced strike in the mega city of Kano. The action of these commercial motorcyclists has put thousands of people in a hard condition. Most people who do not have an alternative means of transport resorted to use the unconventional means in order to move from one location to another. Some of the people of Kano were pictured using open body trucks, lorries etc as a means of transportation. No doubt the action of the commercial riders has put them in a very tight situation.
The government of Kano state has announced that it is planning to provide mass transit buses to be used within the Kano metropolis. This will help to ease movement of people within the state and provide a centralised structure as a means of public transport. The executive governor of Kano state, His Excellency Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has built several flyovers and durable roads for the use of the people of Kano state.
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