A visit to some intrastate and interstate motor parks, Dugbe, Mokola, and Sango, all within Ibadan metropolis revealed that, people were yet to commence the return journey to their bases as the public holiday for Eid-el-Kabir festival was still being observed.
Some of the motorists, Mr. Tijani Musibau, Pastor Bamgbope Ayoola, and Alhaji Moruf Rauf, lamented the low turnout of passengers expressed the hope that patronage would increase as soon as workers resume duty on Wednesday.
The respondents gave assurance that transport fare would not be increased.
Some passengers who spoke with Radio Nigeria confirmed that, transport fare had been stable.
The passengers also implored transport operators to maintain the usual transport fare while people would be rushing back to their destinations after the public holiday.
Meanwhile, some intrastate commercial motorcyclists told radio Nigeria that their businesses have gained a boom during the festivity.
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