- MC Oluomo has been elected as the chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, for the second time
- MC Oluomo was elected alongside his other executive members of the union on Thursday, November 30
- Reacting, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu commended the members of the union for trusting MC Oluomo with the NURTW's affairs in Lagos state and giving him a second opportunity
Legit.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements
Ikeja, Lagos state - Members of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), have re-elected Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya, also known as MC Oluomo, for a second term in office as Lagos state chairman.
MC Oluomo emerged as Lagos NURTW chairman
Reacting, Akinsanya thanked Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state; Ore-led national body of the union and other stakeholders for standing by him during the crisis.
He specially commnded the members of the union in the state for their loyalty to him as their leader and perseverance.
Governor Sanwo-Olu hailed the union members for re-electiing Akinsanya for a second term in office and praised Akinsanya’s exemplary leadership qualities and ability to reform the union activities in the state, Leadership report added.
Owowumi Ajiboye opens up on romance with Mc Oluomo
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actress Omowunmi Ajiboye has responded to naysayers who alleged that she is having a secret affair with Muslilu Akinsanya, aka Mc Oluomo.
The actress just had a befitting burial for her mother and decided to acknowledge those who stood by her for the event. She posted a picture of her husband, Segun Ogungbe, Mc Oluomo and K1 De Ultimate, who became a Member of the Order of Niger in 2022 and thanked them in different posts on Instagram for their contributions to the ceremony.
MC Oluomo to NLC: "Don’t blackmail govt with NURTW crisis"
Oluomo accused the NLC of using the crisis rocking the NURTW at the national level to negotiate with the federal government on the removal of the fuel subsidy.
NLC described the move by the NLC to raise the NURTW affairs during negotiation as blackmail against the federal government.