Monday, August 25, 2014
allAfrica.com: "The Kogi State Government has inaugurated a new metropolitan transport scheme tagged Lokoja City Bus Service (LCBS) to boost transportation within the capital city-Lokoja. The government said the new Lokoja City Bus Service is a subsidised public transport scheme that is expected to have great impact on the lives of the citizens and residents of Lokoja. Commuters on the bus service would enjoy at least 50 per cent subsidy on fares within the metropolis. Kogi State Governor, Capt. Idris Wada described the event as a landmark in the history of his administration as it marked the beginning of the restructuring of the road and water transportation sectors through the Kogi State Transport Company and the recently created Ministry of Transport."
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Tuesday, August 12, 2014
libyaherald : "In one of its last acts, Tripoli Local Council — soon to be replaced by the recently elected Tripoli Municipal Council — has made an agreement with the National Fast Transport Company to offer a free public bus service for Tripoli residents. The service is a response to the petrol crisis in the city which has meant that many people cannot get to work."
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