• High court orders return of NURTW to Anambra motor parks

    High court orders return of NURTW to Anambra motor parks

    A High Court in Awka has returned the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) to motor parks and garages in Anambra State after 16 years, and restrained the state government, its agent, servants, privies, workmen and/or cohorts from treating the state chapter of NURTW as a body or entity prohibited or outlawed in the state

    Delivering judgment in a suit filed by NURTW against the state government, Justice D. A. Onyefulu declared treatment of NURTW as a body or an entity […]

  • Scores injured as NURTW, OPC members clash in Oshodi

    Scores injured as NURTW, OPC members clash in Oshodi

    A clash between members of of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) and the Oodua People’s Congress  (OPC) clashed at Oshodi left many people injured on Tuesday.

    The fight, which started in in the night, continued till the wee hours yesterday as the factions brandishing bottles and other dangerous weapons, took over the entire road, scaring motorists.

    It was gathered that the crisis started after one of the wives of Musiliu Akinsanya (a.k.a MC Olomo), Modinat an NURTW leader at […]

  • Drama as Police parade Oyo NURTW chief for allegedly abducting, raping mother of two

    Drama as Police parade Oyo NURTW chief for allegedly abducting, raping mother of two

    The Vice-chairman of Gbagi branch of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW)‎ Oyo State branch, Alhaji Saheed Tijani aka ‘Omo Olomo’, has been arrested by the Oyo State police command for raping a 28-year-old woman.

    The suspect and his cohorts allegedly abducted the victim, Abosede, around 9 pm on Monday, April 4, 2016, while returning home from work. The suspect, aka Omo Olomo being Paraded by the police in Ibadan, yesterday

    The state Commissioner of Police, Leye Oyebade disclosed this while […]

  • Lagos traders vow to fight back over NURTW members attack

    Lagos traders vow to fight back over NURTW members attack

    Traders at the popular Ile-Epo Market in Abule Egba area of Lagos State have lamented alleged continuous attack by the National Union of Road Transport Workers on them, saying they may be forced to fight back.

    They called on the state Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, to probe Thursday attack by NURTW members, which allegedly led to a bloodbath.

    The traders alleged that policemen were brought into the market by the NURTW and some officials of the Agbado Oke-Odo Local Council Development Area, adding […]