According to sources within the governing council in Enugu-Ngwo, preparations are in top gear to purchase a fleet of buses for the community of Enugu-Ngwo to be employed for daily commuting from Ngwo to Enugu metropolis. The governing council of Enugu-Ngwo town, led by its President General John Enwu, is rumoured to be perfecting plans to ease the diffculties in transportation of the community.
Lodega.com could not independently confirm the speculation as no one within the town’s executives council could either confirm or deny the report. When the PG was contacted, he told the correspondent that there are various projects to be embarked by his adminsitation and would not want to speculate until plans are underway.
However our correspondent has the scoop in good grounds by a close source of the governing council that plans are actually underway by the community council to purchase a couple of buses to not only ease transportation means but also use same as a means to check the rising cost of transportation by commercial transporters.
The source further revealed that the new transport scheme may be launched during the marking of the 2-year in office by the executives. The buses are to ferry people in the community who commute daily at a cheaper and more affordable rate and also to create another means of revenue to the community.
The source further stated, “you know the cost of transportation to and from Enugu has witnessed alot of unnecessary increase in price recently. So we’re hoping these transportational scheme will also help check such hike in transportation fare too”.
The community of Enugu-Ngwo, located in the hilly suburb of Enugu metropolis in Enugu North Local Government has been enjoying an unprecedented level of community development from its current community Government, led by President-General.
The John-Enwu led Executive Council has recently embarked and completed a borehole water scheme that channels water to all district and quarters within the community, a project estimated at above N50 Million that has seen above 90 percent competition.