Okada Ban: Why there is no likely back again – Lagos Deputy Governor


Obafemi Hamzat, the Deputy Governor of Lagos Point out, on Wednesday, February 12 affirmed that there is no going back relating to the ban on bikes (Okada) and tricycles (Keke) in some sections of the state.

Hyperpeeps experiences that the Deputy Governor talking on Channels Television on Politics These days, extra that bikes and tricycles in the state, has been in existence due to the fact 2012.

Remember that the functions of professional motorcycles and tricycles had been banned in 6 nearby govt places and 9 nearby council developments in Lagos state which has created tons of blended reactions from commuters and critics.

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Hamzat denied that the ban was qualified at anyone or group.

“The reality of the issue is that it is a law that has been in
existence considering the fact that 2012. It was revised by the previous administration in 2018.
So, it is a regulation that has been there for like nine, 10 several years.

“We all know that it was not carried out so what we are accomplishing is to
carry out the regulation. It is not that we just woke up and banned them. It is
about the security of lives,” he said.

Hamzat extra that the charge of accidents recorded from okadas has decreased drastically given that the federal government implemented the ban.



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