Peace Mass Transit assures that the course of justice will not be obstructed

The management of Peace Mass Transit (PMT) Limited said that as a law-abiding corporate citizen, it will continue to do everything in its power to follow legal processes and procedures rather than obstruct justice.

The managing director of Peace Mass Transit (PMT) Limited, Ifeanyi Enete, gave the guarantee on behalf of the company over the weekend.

In a statement on Sunday, the company said it would take immediate action to follow up on the outcome of a case filed by one of its clients in the Enugu High Court on Thursday, April 7, 2022.

While he said he will discuss the judgment with his attorneys to determine the best course of action, he noted that, in accordance with his operational guidelines, his refund policy is effective in the event of unexpected service failures, particularly when full delivery is operationally impossible.

In the statement which reads in part, the management said: “In our industry, we have the best record and the best capacity to move passengers and get them to their destination safely, in the event of a breakdown, during a trip,” noting that its longevity thus far, and its appreciable record of service, have been fully deserved coming solely from God and the loyalty, support and commitment of its key customers.

“However, we do not rule out the possibility that some overzealous employees down the line may sometimes pose obstacles to achieving our corporate policy of fast, pleasant and safer trucking service for our valued customers.” We will continue to train, retrain and reorient them to become better service delivery agents. In the meantime, we urge the traveling public, especially our esteemed dedicated customers, to remain calm and continue to support us as we strive to always provide them with better, safer and affordable travel facilities.

Melvin Z. Madore