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Fuel scarcity: Lagos To Arrest Motorists, Impound Vehicles Causing Traffic Around Filling Stations

Fuel scarcity: Lagos To Arrest Motorists, Impound Vehicles Causing Traffic Around Filling Stations

The Lagos State Government has read the riot act to motorists queuing up for fuel and causing traffic around filling stations in the State.Information Guide Nigeria

According to NAIRAMETRICS, Lagos state government has ordered traffic regulatory authorities to enforce free movement of vehicles, arrest anyone that disrupts traffic around petrol stations and tow away any vehicle left on the road or not properly parked.


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NAIRAMAETRICS reports that this directive is as a result of the long hours spent by motorists and commuters on the road as a result of traffic jam caused by vehicles who park indiscriminately and block the road while queueing up and waiting to buy fuel.

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The Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Frederic Oladeinde, who gave the warning said:

The government sympathises with motorists who are enduring the pains of the fuel shortage being experienced across the country. This, however, is no excuse to block roads and impede traffic flow.’’Jamb Result

“We want our roads to be free; we do not want fuel queues to constitute a burden for other road users in Lagos.’’

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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