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Osun State’s Initiative to Provide Transportation for Civil Servants and Students




The generated funds will be utilized for the maintenance and efficient operation of the buses, as stated by Alimi.

The purchase and maintenance of the buses cost a total of 25,274,288.00 Naira due to their previous state and road conditions, the statement mentioned.

Five buses have been assigned to Osogbo, the state capital, for transportation along designated routes. Ede, Iwo, and Ikirun received two buses each, while Ife/Modakeke and Ilesha were allocated three buses each. Additionally, two buses are kept in reserve for unforeseen circumstances.

While Osogbo serves as the pilot location for the launch of the Imole bus palliative shuttle services, the government plans to extend these services to other towns and cities within the state. The buses will operate on a two-shift schedule from Monday to Friday, providing morning services from 6:45 am to 9:00 am and afternoon shuttles from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

The Osun State government reiterated its commitment to fulfilling its promises and ensuring the welfare of the public.