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Lagos government announces movement restriction for Buhari’s visit

The Lagos State Government has announced it would restrict traffic in 18 major roads across the state following President Muhammadu Buhari’s mega-rally at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos on Saturday.

Mr Buhari is expected to attend the All Progressives Congress rally for his re-election bid.

Following the President’s visit, the Lagos State Transport Committee is advising members of the public to take alternative routes to ensure that all those who will not be at the venue of the campaign do not get stuck in traffic on the following routes that will be affected.

The affected routes where traffic would be restricted are: Stadia (Teslim Balogun And National Stadia) in and out; Funsho Williams Avenue, Surulere, Lawanson/Itire Road/Tejuosho Road, Apapa Road Costain, Abebe Village/Eric Moore Road, Eko Bridge/Apongbon, Marina Road, and Ikorodu Road.

Others are Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Old Toll Gate/Third Mainland Bridge/Obalende, International Airport Road, Oshodi-Oworonshoki Expressway, Agege Motor Road, Jibowu, Yaba-Muritala Mohammed Way Iddo/Otto, Herbert Macaulay Way – Adekunle and Ijora Olopa/Ijora.

Briefing journalists in Ikeja, Demola Seriki, the Chairman, Transport Committee on President Muhammadu Buhari’s Campaign visit to Lagos State, said 18 major routes would be affected.

He said traffic would be diverted in some routes so that motorists and commuters are not left stranded during the event.

– Premium Times
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One Response to “Lagos government announces movement restriction for Buhari’s visit”

  1. Let’s forget about going out then. Aside the roads mentioned, which one remain.

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