Okada ban: Nigerians react as video of keke leaving Lagos surfaces online
Lagosians are yet to comprehend the restriction on okadas and keke napeps which takes effect on February 1.
The Lagos state government had on Monday, January 27, reported an embargo on the activity of bikes famously attributed to as okada and tricycles (keke napep) in six LGs and nine LCDAs.
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It shows up the keke and okada riders would prefer not to be found slumbering and have taken cue. A Twitter client shared a video of the roads of Lagos with not a single okada or keke to be seen.
Some Lagosians are as of now sharing their encounters. Report has it that it is currently natural selection as travelers are battling each other to jump on the couple of accessible transports. Not surprisingly, the transport drivers are exploiting the circumstance and have expanded their tolls.