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BREAKING: Passengers’ abduction: ABC Transport says it would continue to prioritize safety and security

The management of ABC Transport Plc has thanked all stakeholders for their support, solidarity and prayers during the abduction of its passengers and driver, “who have now regained their freedom”.

A statement by the Head, Innovation and Strategy, ABC Transport, Mr. Victor Nneji, said the company appreciates the efforts of those who were directly involved in the resolution of the incident.

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“At ABC Transport, safety and security have always been our top priorities.

“We understand the concerns raised by the recent incident, and we want to reassure all stakeholders that we are fully committed to maintaining the highest standards of safety across all our operations.

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“We recognize the importance of transparency and accountability in addressing any issue. As we continue to navigate these unprecedented times, ABC Transport remains dedicated to upholding our unwavering commitment to providing safe and reliable transportation services to all our valued passengers.

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“We are implementing additional measures and protocols to enhance security across our network, further ensuring the safety and well-being of everyone who travels with us.

“We remain steadfast in our mission to deliver excellence in transportation while prioritizing the safety and comfort of our passengers”.

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