By: on January 21, 2021
The other day, an online news portal, SaharaReporters, reported that, “Nigerians on Twitter have reminded the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, not to forget his promise of helping to end the perennial traffic situation on the Apapa Expressway in Lagos.” My initial reaction was, Can he? I just don’t get it. Many of us are of an analytical bent. Has Osinbajo presented any credible proposal, no matter how woolly, to end the decades-old gridlock on Apapa roads and ports? Failing that, has h...
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By: on July 27, 2020
IT is bewildering that the excruciating gridlock blighting business and social activities in Apapa, Lagos, has yet to be sorted out more than a year after the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), constituted a high-powered task force to restore sanity to the area. Though there was temporary relief in the weeks following the empanelling of the presidential task force headed by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, the chronic gridlock is back in full force. The high container traffic had co...
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