Mr Okhiria who stated this in an interview with journalists, said the Corporation was working to meet the high demands of passengers along the corridor.
“E-ticketing will be sold at outlets, franchising… But there will still be hard copy. Patronage is good, challenging and interesting. We hope Nigerians are enjoying what we are doing, and we will try and meet up with their needs” he said.
He said managing the coaches during the festive season is difficult, but about twenty coaches and locomotives are expected by January 2020 to meet passenger demands.