Bimbo, One of the daughters of late Adebayo Success, Founder of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), has reacted to the indefinite suspension of the Lagos State Chairman of the union, Mr Musiliu Akinsanya aka MC Oluomo
Bimbo Suceess, who was delivered of a set of twins in 2021 after a long wait in her marriage, definitely throws weight behind the suspended Akinsanya.
Akinsanya is a darling of all Nollywood Yoruba actresses.
Taking to Instgaram, the actress wrote in Yoruba language that MC Oluomo isn’t a small fry in union matters and shouldn’t be treated as such. Also, Adebayo Success; daughter insisted that he remains the chairman of the Lagos State chapter of the NURTW.
Bimbo wrote, “Se Oluomo wa Kere ninu aiye ni ?Abi o kere ninu ise union? ko jo. He is still the state chairman and he Will always be 🙏🙏🙏🙏
MC Oluomo was suspended for alleged insubordination by NURTW national headquarters. The suspension letter was signed by NURTW’s General Secretary, Kabiru Yau, and dated March 9th, 2022.
In the letter, the union leader was suspended over alleged misconduct, insubordination, and inciting members of the state chapter against its national body.
With the development, the NURTW directed Akinsanya to hand over to his deputy chairman and release all property belonging to the union in his possession.
Meanwhile, MC Oluomo, has announced the withdrawal of members of the state’s council, including himself, from the national body.
He made the announcement at the state secretariat, Agege on Thursday.
Oluomo in his address titled, ‘Crisis in NURTW’, MC Oluomo said, “There has been some crisis in our umbrella body, NURTW. All attempts to have an amicable resolution have failed. In fact. we have protested to the Lagos State Government about the State of affairs in our Union.”
Stating his withdrawal from the national regulatory body, MC, declared, “Therefore, I, Comrade Musiliu Ayinde Akinsanya, on behalf of the State Administrative Council, State Executive Council members and the entire union rank and file members of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, Lagos State Council with over 200 branches and zones hereby resolve to immediately withdraw our membership and operation from the National body of NURTW for peace to reign in Lagos State; write to Lagos State Governor, Lagos State Ministry of Transportation and other relevant agencies about our decision.”