It is no longer news that there has been an unquenchable fire burning on the mountain at Imo Transport Company (Ginika Global Services). Last week, a protest was staged and some of the placards carried messages accusing the Governor of throwing them into the hands of a clueless management company.
In attempt to save the Company name, the Managing Director, Emeka Duru blamed franchise holders of the company whom he said have continued to oppose measures put in place by Governor Okorocha to sanitize and reposition the company as the best organized road transport company in Nigeria. Also….
1. Under the concession agreement with Imo State government that transferred the management of ITC to Global Ginika Services Ltd, the sum of 2.2billion naira has been injected into the company leading to the procurement 290 brand new buses with 64 additional loading bays opened across the country and Ghana within 8 months, adding that over 1000 jobs have been created for Imolites by the new management of the company.
2.According to him, an operational frame-work has been designed by his team to attract direct investment of 5 billion naira that will create additional 3000 employment opportunities in line with the job creation policy of Governor Rochas Okorocha’s Rescue Mission Agenda.