Mr Sanwo-Olu, on March 10, suspended NURTW operations in all Lagos parks, following the national union’s suspension of MC Oluomo.
NURTW replaced the suspended chairman, MC Oluomo, with Seyi Bankole, the former secretary of the union.
“We should not be seen to be taking any action that will jeopardise the unity and integrity of the union.”
The House made the clarification as controversies continue to brew over the crisis rocking the Lagos State branch of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW).
MC Oluomo had earlier announced a pull out of his gang from NURTW, urging the Lagos government to set up park management team.
Mr Akinsanya was earlier suspended by the national body of the union on grounds of insubordination and incitement to violence.
MC Oluomo’s suspension was contained in a letter signed by the general secretary of the NURTW, Kabiru Yau, accusing him of incitement to violence.
The Kunle Poly faction of the NURTW have been at constant tussle for supreriority with the MC Oluomo faction.
“He was protecting a fellow politician, Wale Yusuf, from harassment when the gunmen shot him dead.”