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RATTAWU honours LASTMA officer for ‘exceptional service’

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RATTAWU honours LASTMA officer for ‘exceptional service’


















Written By Dedeigbo Ayodeji Samson
















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Mr. Atayi Anthony Temitope, an operative of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) was at the weekend honoured with an award of ‘Exceptional Service’ by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Chapter of the Radio Television Theater and Arts Workers Union (RATTAWU) in Lagos.

Mr Adebayo Taofiq, the Director, Public Affairs and Enlightenment Department of LASTMA, had disclosed that Temitope, who is the Area Golf Command Zone 7 Ejigbo, was honoured with the award during the celebration of ‘RATTAWU WEEK’ held at Media Centre of NAN, National Arts Theartre, Iganmu, Lagos.

Chairman of RATTAWU, NAN Chapter, Comrade Ayodeji Fadipe stated that the awardee was honoured due to his dedication and commitment to ensuring unimpeded free flow of traffic around Jakande Estate down to Oke-Alfa area of the state.

According to Comrade Fadipe: “Traffic Officer Atayi Anthony Temitope was appreciated by the public after he was noticed under heavy rain, using broken blocks and other materials in filling every potholes between Jakande Estate down to Oke-Alfa Bridge.”

He confirmed that among other uniformed personnel picked for public award consideration, LASTMA’s Temitope emerged winner with his extra selfless services to the community he is serving.

While presenting the award, Mr. Ali Mohammad Ali, Managing Director of NAN, disclosed that despite the risk associated with controlling/managing traffic, Temitope was recognised and appreciated for being dedicated to work.

While acknowledging the award as a well-deserved one, the General Manager of LASTMA Mr. Bolaji Oreagba, said it would encourage other uniformed personnel to do more in serving the public.

In his remarks, the award receipient, Temitope, thanked the members of NAN for the award in recognition of his service to the public.

He also expressed his appreciation to the management of LASTMA for creating a conducive environment for its officers.

However, Temitope promised to be more dedicated to duties.

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