BREAKING: FG unveils 20 new motor parks eligible for 50% rebate on transport fares

The federal government has released a list of more motor parks where Nigerians can enjoy a 50% rebate on transport fares for return trips during the festive season.

This was announced on the X (formerly Twitter) account of the senior special assistant to the president on media and publicity, Temitope Ajayi, on Friday, December 29.

The government had promised to subsidise the travelling fees of passengers wishing to travel during the yuletide.

The 50% transportation rebate was initially expanded on Monday, December 25, as 128 road transport passengers on northern routes received a refund of 50% of their fares from one of the groups monitoring the implementation.

Here is a list of additional motor parks for a 50% rebate on transport fare

1. Lagos – Join from Oshodi Terminal 3

2. Abuja – Join from Jabi Park

3. Onitsha – Join from Umugo Park (Port Harcourt Road)

4. Aba – Join from Abia Polytechnic, Aba

5. Kano – Join from Balmary Park, Ring Road/Maiduguri Bypass, Hotoro

6. Kaduna – Join from Mando Park (Lagos route),

7. Join from Television Garage for the Eastern route

8. Jos – Join from Gadabiu Luxury Park

9. Enugu – (Abakiliki/Nsukka) – Join from Old Park in Enugu

10.  Owerri – Join from Somachi Park

11.  Port Harcourt -. Join from Olu Obasanjo Ezenwata Park

12.  Sokoto – Join from Sokoto Central Park

13. Gombe – Join from Gombe Central Park

14.  Zakibiam – Join from Heavy Duty Park

15.  Uyo – Join from The Young Shall Grow Park

16. Uyo – Join from Young Shall Grow Park (No.17 Mosignor Akpan Avenue,

17. Mbak Itam Itu, Akwa Ibom)

18.  Uyo – Join from The Young Shall Grow Park (No.17 Mosignor Akpan

19. Avenue, Mbak Itam Itu, Akwa Ibom)

20.  Gombe – Join at Gombe Line Park, Opposite Government House, Gombe.

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