Candido tasks motorcyclists on good conduct
The Chairman of the Abuja Municipal Area Council AMAC, Abdullahi Adamuv Candido has cautioned commercial motorcyclists and tricycle operators otherwise called Okada and Keke NAPEP riders against taking laws into their hands.
Candido handed down the caution spoke during a meeting with the leadership of the Okada Riders Association, Nyanya branch recently.
He specifically urged the riders to confront the authorities with their issues in a civilized manner, devoid of unruly behaviours, by blocking roads and violent protest on the streets.
The AMAC Chairman, who said they have the right to make their demands within the ambit of the laws, advised that they must go about it with decency and if possible engage professionals to advise them on how best to go about their demands without destructing daily activities in the environment.
Earlier at the meeting, the leadership of the Okada riders had complained bitterly about the way FCTA Task Force team goes about molesting them.
They further disclosed that over 2,000 tricycles were seized and dumped at National Stadium by the task force on charges that are too high for them to meet, judging by what they get from their daily activities that are meager.