May 21, 2024
TSA congratulates Governor Sanwo-Olu on his re-election
TSA congratulates Governor Sanwo-Olu on his re-election
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TSA congratulates Governor Sanwo-Olu on his re-election

Truck Safety Audit Limited, an accredited Safety Consultant with Lagos State Safety Commission has congratulated the Governor of Lagos state, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, on his re-election.

 

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In a statement obtained by The Daily, the Managing Director of the company, Mr. Lawal Kamaldeen, commended Mr. Sanwo-Olu for efforts already made to ensure that Lagos roads are free and safe from accidents caused by trucks.

He also enjoined all truck owners and drivers to drive safely from the terminals to their various destinations within and outside the state, stressing that routine checks on the components of the trucks would continue to be very essential.

He stated: “We believe in the works being done by the governor in ensuring that Lagos roads are free and safe from every unforeseen accident caused by trucks plying Lagos roads.

“TSA enjoined all truck owners and drivers to drive safely from the terminals to the various destinations within and outside the state while imploring them to do checks regularly on the components of the trucks before embarking on loading in order to ensure that trucks are roadworthy with a valid roadworthiness certificate.

“The rate of container and tankers involved in accidents has increased tremendously and requires urgent approaches or measures to prevent or reduce it.

“TSA in collaboration with Vehicle Inspectorate Services (VIS) and Lagos State Safety Commission (LSC) is embarking on trucks safety awareness campaign in all parts of Lagos State to sensitize the truck operators on the importance of putting their trucks in proper condition before embarking on any journey.

“The state of the truck should be roadworthy, it’s very important to the road users in order to avoid tanker explosions and regular containers falling within the state.

“TSA hereby calls on all stakeholders, including the National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), Amalgamated Containers Truck Union (ACTOA), Petroleum Tanker Driver (PTD) Branch of NUPUNG, National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) Heavy Duty Section, Council of Maritime Transport Union & Association (COMTUA), Road Transport Employer Association of Nigeria (RTEA); Allied Trucks Transporters Association of Nigeria (ATTAN, Union of Tippers & Quarry Employer of Nigeria (UTQEN) and Union of Tippers and Ajeigboro Workers Association, to cooperate with the Lagos State Safety Commission and Vehicle Inspectorate Services, Lagos State, to ensure SAFER TRUCKING IN LAGOS ROADS.”

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