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Mutfwang commissions buses, apologises to displaced Terminus traders

The Plateau State Government yesterday inaugurated the Tin City Metro Urban Transportation initiative with the deployment of 15 buses aimed at enhancing mobility and stimulating…

The Plateau State Government yesterday inaugurated the Tin City Metro Urban Transportation initiative with the deployment of 15 buses aimed at enhancing mobility and stimulating economic and developmental activities across the state.

Addressing the gathering at the inauguration in Jos, Governor Caleb Mutfwang apologised to traders at the Terminus Market and other affected areas for the inconvenience caused by the reorganisation for the smooth operations of the transportation system.

He emphasised that the initiative was not designed to penalise anyone, but rather marked a significant milestone in his administration’s commitment to fulfilling the aspirations of Plateau citizens.

Governor Mutfwang said the introduction of the buses was expected to create between 500 and 1,000 employment opportunities thereby contributing to economic growth and overall development of the state.

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