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Bus conductors in Lagos are now required to wear a uniform starting from today August 3rd 2017 as part of effort to promote the Smart City Initiative. The National President of the Bus Conductors Association of Nigeria, BCAN, Comrade Israel Adeshola, disclosed this in an interview with Vanguard. According to him BCAN in collaboration with the state government  approved the uniforms, which will have badges, name tags, and identification numbers for registered conductors which will be for easy identification. While explaining the necessity of wearing uniforms and name tags, Adeshola said it became imperative so as to ensure safety of duly registered members and also members of the public. He added that with the vital information on the badge, any conductor involved in criminal activities can easily be identified and apprehended. This is to ensure the safety and protection of lives and properties of Lagos state citizens.  He further stated that the aim is to make conductor’s job attractive, respected and dignified and also for Lagos to be the starting point for it to be accepted in other states. Click to read more about this. Click to read 10 Things You’ll Experience In a Danfo Photo Credit: ariyo olasunkanmi

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This article was first published on 3rd August 2017 and updated on August 4th, 2017 at 3:31 pm


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2 thoughts on “Lagos Bus Conductors To Start Wearing Uniform, Badges And Name Tags From Today”

  • T.K

    Hope this really works out, so that this city can look organised to an extent and also set a standard for others to follow.

  • Ovy

    Pray it works so other cities can adopt it. It’s high time we get organised in this country…

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