Enugu-Ngwo Closes Its 2 Year Anniversary with the launch of its own transportation scheme, donation of security motorcycles.

As earlier reported by Lodega back in August, Enugu-Ngwo, in marking its 2 year anniversary, the John Enwu-led  executives have decided to end the celebration in a sound note by presenting two 18-seater buses to the community to ease the cost of transportation for its Indigenes as they commute daily to and fro Enugu metropolis.

The transport scheme launched by the President-General Enugu-Ngwo would charge a much lower fare of N50 for the residents of Enugu-Ngwo to ease transportation costs which have soared in recent times.

The Administration has also donated three motorcycles to the local security outfit to enable access into the nooks and crannies of the community and also to enhance speedy and spontaneous responce in times of need. The motorcycles will be stationed at strategic positions within the community  at Hilltop, Step Bus stop and Ekeani area.

Speaking to Lodega, the PG stated the buses will begin operation Monday 22nd October at its own strategic park near Odegba market to ferry residents of  Enugu-Ngwo to Enugu metropolis.

The motorcycles which  have commenced operation already will help the local security outfit by enhancing access into the un-motorable areas within the community.

Investigations conducted by our correspondent indicate that four Indigenes of the community will be employed as drivers and conductors for the buses drawing their salaries from the fare with the accumulated sum paid into the community bank account.

Nze John Enwu, PG Enugu-Ngwo

John Enwu (Nze) noted that there was need for more buses but owing to the limitation of funds, his administration could only afford two buses and three security motorcycles at the moment.

Many residents were beyond elated with the people-oriented stlye of leadership of John Enwu who was recently conferred with Nze title by the community for his good deeds and selfless service.

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