Africa: Luxury Bus Owners, Inter-State Mass Transit Operators Seek Solutions To Challenges Confronting Nigerian Road Passengers


Weeks after coming together in a historic collaboration in Enugu, two front-running associations in the road transport sector , Association of Luxury Bus Owners of Nigeria (ALBON) and Association of Mass Transit Operators of Nigeria (AMTO), will tomorrow at the Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, host a conference on the theme ‘The Nigerian Economy And Road Passenger Transport’.

Association of Luxury Bus Owners of Nigeria {ALBON} President, Sir Dan Okemuo and Association of Mass Transit Operators of Nigeria (AMTO} National President, Chief Gregory Inyaba,  exchanging copies of the MoU at the signing ceremony in Enugu, recently.  With them are other executive members of both associations {front row from left}: Chief Anthony Ekwosimba of Ekwos Transport; Mr. Frank Nneji of ABC Transport plc; Chief Sebastine Udemba of Chimezie Transport; and Prince Emeka Mamah of Ifesinachi.

Expected at the forum which commences at 11 am, are representatives of luxury bus companies, like Young Shall Grow Motor Ltd, Chisco Transport Nigeria Ltd, ABC Transport Plc, GUO Transport Nigeria Ltd, Dan Dollars, Bonyway Motors Nigeria Ltd, Ifesinachi Industries Nigeria Ltd {Transport Division}, Ekwos Associates {WA} Ltd, Cross Country City Bus Ltd, and many other ALBON members.

AMTO members to be represented are Peace Mass Transit Ltd {PMT}, Okeson Nigeria Ltd, Onitsha South Mass Transit Ltd and Chukwuonye Mass Transit Ltd, and other big names in the mass transit business.

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