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Return of tankers, trucks of terror… As motorists call for their ban

The gridlock lasted for about four hours, prompting commuters to trek to their various destinations between Mile Two and Tincan Coconut, while some motorists abandoned their vehicles on the road. As usual it provided an opportunity for commercial bus operators and motorcycle riders to charge extortionist fares as a ride from Apapa to Oshodi suddenly attracted a minimum of N300.

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Why many may not travel for Christmas

MR. Emeka Nwokeke is a driver with Chisco, a popular transport company that has buses plying different parts of the country. Emeka left Lagos about 7p.m. penultimate Friday en route Port-Harcourt. Unfortunately, he ran into a traffic gridlock at Ore and by 12.30 pm the next day, Emeka who was totally worn out was still trying to manouvre his way out of the jam which he attributed to bad spots along the expressway, the illegal parking of trailers on both sides of the expressway and the recklessness of drivers.

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Navy goes tough on impersonators

…Indicts vessel operators for false alarm on pirates attacks By Albert Akpor FOR the Nigeria Navy (NN), they are nothing but a bunch of impersonators masquerading as naval officers. And this is why it has sworn to deal with these self- acclaimed members of the merchant navy said to be led by one ‘Commodore’ Benson
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Old Ewu Road neglected, abandoned

It was a cloudy Monday when this reporter paid a visit to the Old Ewu Road in the Mafoluku area of Oshodi/Isolo Local Government. But in spite of the threat of rain, it was another busy day from Junction Bus-stop to the popular Aviation Estate as the entire stretch of the road was very much alive with commercial activities.

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