Gridlock: Lagos takes action against property owners, religious, event centres, clubs

The Lagos State Government on Sunday, cautioned operators of event centres, property owners, religious centres and other places of attraction to desist from compounding traffic gridlock on roads around their locations.

The Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Frederic Oladeinde, in a statement, bread the riot act to owners of event centres and places of attraction to desist from activities that could obstruct free flow of traffic.

The commissioner specifically cited the Lekki-Expressway where several man-hours were lost on Saturday due to traffic gridlock and apologised to residents for the road blockage occasioned by activities of the event centres.

‘’Henceforth, any social event where the number of expected visitors exceeds 50, organizers of such event must notify the General…



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