After days of condemnation, Lagosians move on amidst okada, keke ban

Two weeks after the enforcement of the restriction of motorcycles and tricycles on major highways and bridges in Lagos, many Lagosians have gone past the hurdle despite its effect on their movement.

PREMIUM TIMES monitored the activities in Lagos on the first day of the enforcement, and reported how several commuters were stranded at bus-stops as the police and other enforcement agencies checked for compliance.

The Lagos State Government on January 27 announced the restriction of motorcycles and tricycles across 15 local governments, highways and bridges across the state.

The full enforcement of the restriction began on February 1.

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