Imo Transport Company (ITC) becomes Global Ginika Services.

Governor Rochas Okorocha has  described the concessioning of the state government owned Transport Company to Global Ginika Services Ltd as the right step in the right direction. He confirmed that the state government had already generated 210 million naira from the deal.

 

 

Governor Okorocha described Mr. Emma Duru and Ozuome Bank Louis-Adebionu, the Managing Director and Deputy Managing Director respectively as capable hands that have demonstrated indepth ability in the management of transport company.

 “The state government under its Rescue Mission agenda is ready to partner with individuals in reviving our moribund government establishment as well as set-up new ones. What we did in ITC is to ensure that the company is revived and repositioned for expansion and massive job creation.

Today, I am just happy that the new management has retained all staff of the company and employed about 100 more. I am also excited that very soon, the company will take a delivery of 100 new buses to boost its operations which I believe will equally translate to more job opportunities for Imolites. This is exactly what we mean by Imo Rescue Mission.”   – Gov.Okorocha.

On the new water project recently launched as Rescue Mission Free Water Project, Gov. Okorocha said the gesture was proof that the new management was deeply concerned with the welfare of the staff and its cooperate social responsibility to its immediate environment.

He  urged Imolites to support his administration to ensure speedy transformation of Imo into a model state in the country.

Comments

comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

error: Content is protected !!