RTEAN leadership, unity drive excites Niger chapter

From Yakubu Mustapha, Minna

The National President of Road Transport Employee’s Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) Osakpamwan Eriyo has been commended for his leadership style and consistent relentless in his support to the Association in the 36 states of the country.
The Acting Chairman, Niger State RTEAN, Alhaji Garba Paiko made the commendation in an interview at the weekend in Minna, described him as a God fearing person that have the association at heart who will surely move them to greater heights.
He added that the president is a trust worthy individual who deserved to be emulated for matching his words with action just as he is one that strictly abide by the laws and the constitution of the association in piloting his affairs.
“When Mr Eriyo, came on board he arranged on how the National Headquarters of RTEAN will be appreciating the efforts made by their past principle officers of the association which he succeeded in doing and the effort is ongoing.” he stated.
“He always create good working relationship between the government and the association, as well advise his subordinate to eschewing bitterness and animosity so as to achieve the aims and objectives of the Association (RTEAN),” he added.
Paiko reiterated the determination of the president who is working tirelessly to ensured that the National office is moved from its present location to its permanent site with a befitting structure they would be proud of noted that the project was ongoing that will be commission in no distance time.
He appreciated the President, Mr Eriyo for his resolute by intervening and settlement of the crises within themselves in Niger state Branch of RTEAN as well nominating some group of people to pilot the affairs of RTEAN in acting capacity to ensure peace.
Paiko urged other state chairman to unite and work in uniformity for better service delivery of the National President and to actualize the needs of the association even as he prayed to God for peace, unity, harmony and development of RTEAN in Nigeria.

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