Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke has approved free train ride for indigenes of the state who are in Lagos and other South West states willing to celebrate Easter festival with their families in Osun State.
In a release signed by the spokesperson to the Governor, Olawale Rasheed, it was stated that the project tagged: ‘Imole Free Train Service’ will depart the Iddo Terminus in Lagos on Thursday, April 6, 2023, by 10am with stop-overs at designated train stations in Ogun and Oyo States to pick passengers, and it is expected to arrive at the Nelson Mandela Park Train Station at Osogbo by 6p.m.
The return trip from Osogbo to Lagos will be on Monday, April 10 by 10am.
The release stated that the Imole Free Train Service is designed to provide relief to citizens of the state travelling home to celebrate with their loved ones, adding that the administration of Governor Adeleke would not relent in offering free train service for indigenes during festive periods.
The release therefore, enjoined citizens to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit the state and celebrate with their families and loved ones.
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