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Yuletide : Exodus as Lagosians move homeward

WITH just a day to Christmas, unarguably, the most popular and widely celebrated Christian feast, the various bus terminals and markets in the city are now a beehive of activities as those intending to travel besiege the terminals to board vehicles to the hinterlands while those who intend to stay back, engage in last minute shopping to purchase what they need for the yuletide.

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Shackled by laws on noise pollution

THEY have been perceived as agents of noise pollution. And determined to curb their excesses in this regard, the Lagos State government decided to clamp down on them, especially those found to have erred in terms of failure to comply with relevant laws enacted to check noise pollution in the metropolis.

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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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