Lawyer Sues Lagos Govt Over Ban On Okada, Keke

A file photo of commercial motorcycles.



A legal practitioner, Olukoya Ogungbeje, has filed a suit at the Federal High Court in Lagos to challenge the ban imposed by the state government on the operations of commercial motorcycles, popularly known as okada, and tricycles otherwise known as keke.

Ogungbeje asked the court to declare that the ban, as issued in February by Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, was not backed by any court order as it “grossly violates Section 41 of the Constitution.”

He also urged the court to make a perpetual injunction restraining the Lagos State government from enforcing the ban.

The lawyer specifically asked the court to award N500 million as general and exemplary damages against the state for the alleged violation of citizens’ rights.

Apart from the state government, he joined the Lagos State Task Force on Environmental and Special Offences Unit, Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, the state’s Attorney-General; the Commissioner of Police in Lagos; the Vehicle Inspection Service; and the Lagos State Ministry of Transportation, as defendants in the suit.

Ogungbeje, who argued that the ban had visited untold hardship on him and other law-abiding Nigerians living in Lagos, prayed the court to declare that “the forceful impounding, seizure or confiscation of motorcycles and tricycles” by agents of the state government amounted to an infringement on the right of residents to own property under Sections 43 and 44 of the Constitution.

He also asked the court to declare that the power given to agents of the state, under the Lagos State Transport Sector Reform Law 2018, to arrest and punish violators of the ban was equivalent to the usurpation of the functions of the judiciary, “and is thus a gross infringement on the right to a fair hearing and human dignity under Sections 36 and 34 of the Constitution.”

The case has been assigned to Justice Mohammed Liman who has fixed September 28, 2020, for hearing.

COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu Suspends Okada Operations, Announces New Measures To Ease Lockdown

Ahead of the May 4th expiration of the lockdown imposed by the Federal Government on Lagos State, Ogun State and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), the Lagos State Government has introduced a strict framework for movement and re-opening of businesses.

The set of new guidelines, according to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu in his ninth briefing at the State House in Marina on Wednesday, are to safeguard the gains which the State had made in the past four weeks in the fight against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

From next Monday, Sanwo-Olu said the State Government will be implementing the dusk-to-dawn curfew announced by President Muhammadu Buhari last Monday as part of the phased measures to reduce risk of contagion of the COVID-19 disease among the residents and to consolidate on the response strategy deployed to combat the pandemic.

The Governor’s new framework made fundamental changes to public transportation system and business dealings at corporate offices, local markets and malls.

All passenger buses are not permitted to load to full capacity, Sanwo-Olu ordered in the new guidelines. All commercial vehicles, the Governor said, must carry maximum of 60 per cent of full capacity and their drivers must use face mask and observe other prescribed hygiene tips.

The Governor also suspended the operation of commercial motorcycles, popularly known as Okada, across the state, with the exception of those used for courier and logistics purposes.

Sanwo-Olu directed the drivers of tricycles (Keke NAPEP) operating in unrestricted areas not to carry more than two passengers per trip, adding that the passengers must keep appropriate distance.

Besides, food handlers at public eateries and restaurants have been mandated by the State Government to wear masks and hand gloves at all times, especially during the preparation and serving of foods.

Only take-out meals and delivery services will be permitted at eateries and restaurants, Sanwo-Olu ordered, warning that in-dining services will not be allowed at the moment.

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The Governor said all businesses that will re-open next week must operate between the hours of 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. The new directive on business operating hours affects all corporate firms, banks, malls and local markets.

He said: “Following the culmination of the second phase of the lockdown on Lagos, Ogun and the FCT, and the nationwide address by President Muhammadu Buhari, it has become imperative for me to address our residents and to share a broader framework for the implementation of the President’s directives here in Lagos.

“There will be a dusk-to-dawn curfew from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am daily. This means that we expect all Lagos residents to stay in their homes in these hours, except those in essential services.

“All commuters are mandated to wear face masks at all times, sanitise with alcohol-based sanitizer or wash their hands with soap and running water before and after of every trip. All motor parks and garages must avoid overcrowding. Social distancing is required for passengers queuing up to board buses.

“All buses should be loaded to a maximum of 60 per cent of full capacity. No standing allowed in all BRT and LBSL bus operations. All air- conditioning systems in public transport systems must be switched off.

“Commercial Motorcycles, popularly known as Okadas, are to suspend their operations statewide, except for those motorcycles used for courier and logistics purposes. Tricycles (Kekes) operating in unrestricted areas, must not carry more than two passengers per trip and must ensure appropriate social distancing is maintained between passengers.”

In addition, the Governor announced the restriction of operating hours of water transportation companies to the period between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm daily.

He said under no circumstance should vehicles carrying food items have more than seven passengers.

All public and private schools from primary level to tertiary education must remain closed, Sanwo-Olu directed. He said online classes and lessons that had already been started must continue until further notice.

The Governor added that businesses will be allowed to operate within “Controlled Easing Phase” framework, clarifying that the expiration of the lockdown was not a directive for the full reopening of the economy.

“It is a gradual and controlled easing of the lockdown. We will continue to monitor the public health situation; the economic impact of the lockdown and always adjust our responses accordingly,” the Governor said.

The Governor acknowledged the role of banking sector in sustaining the economy, urging banks to open all their branches and offer full complement of their services to the public. He, however, said banking operations must fall within the stipulated hours of 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, adding that banks’ managements must ensure regular cleaning and decontamination of their ATM machines and devices regularly used by the public.

He said: “Companies that choose to operate within this Controlled Easing Phase are to operate between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. They are also directed to operate at a maximum of 60 per cent of their staff capacity. Some non-essential workers can continue to work online and remotely from the office. Online and work-from-home arrangements are highly encouraged to continue as much as is practicable.

“All entertainment centres, such as event centres, cinemas, arcades, bars, casinos, day clubs, nightclubs and beaches shall remain closed till further notice. Swimming pools, gyms, barber-shops, Spas, beauty salons, and all public parks, including those in private and residential estates, will continue to remain closed for another two weeks in the instance, at which point we will review and advise on the permissible opening date for these establishments.”

Sanwo-Olu said the Government’s whistleblower channels would be fully opened to report companies that would flout the new directives. He said whistleblowers would be guaranteed full protection and their identities will be kept strictly confidential.

The Governor also announced that he would inaugurate a Committee on Thursday, which will comprise representatives of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), Private Transport Operators, Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA), Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), and the Lagos State Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget.

The committee, he said, will be charged with the responsibility of communicating the new State Government’s framework to their members for ease of implementation and compliance.

COVID-19: Kaduna Govt Bans Commercial Tricycles, Motorcycles

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The Kaduna State Government has banned the activities of commercial tricycles and motorcycles with immediate effect as part of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus in the state.

The Deputy Governor, Hadiza Balarabe in a broadcast on Wednesday said the development has become necessary in order to further enforce social distancing.


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She also directed that with immediate effect, all commercial buses operating in the state will not carry more than two passengers in a row.

While the state did not specify how long the ban will last, there have been mixed reactions from commercial tricycle operators.

Some have commended the action, noting that it is for the safety and good of every citizen of the state, but have also lamented that the ban will affect their means of livelihood and by extension bring untold hardship upon their families.

Okada, Keke Ban Is Mainly About Security And Safety – Hamzat


The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Mr Obafemi Hamzat, during his appearance on Politics Today on February 12, 2020.



The Lagos State government has insisted that there is no going back on the decision to ban motorcycles and tricycles popularly known as okada and keke respectively.

The deputy governor of the state, Mr Obafemi Hamzat, stated this during his appearance on Channels Television’s Politics Today on Wednesday.

He explained that the government took the decision following the rate of crime and accidents recorded on major roads and highways in the state.

Hamzat, however, dismissed the claims that the ban was targeted at anyone or group, saying the Babajide Sanwo-Olu administration was only implementing existing laws in the state.

“The truth of the matter is that it is a law that has been in existence since 2012. It was revised by the past administration in 2018. So, it is a law that has been there for like nine, 10 years.

“We all know that it was not implemented; so what we are doing is to implement the law. It’s not that we just woke up and banned them. It is about the security of lives,” he said.

According to the deputy governor, the law states clearly that okada and keke are restricted from certain roads, all the bridges, and major highways in the state.

He noted that the rate of accidents recorded from okada since the government implemented the ban has reduced significantly.

Hamzat decried that okada and keke were used by some criminal elements to perpetrate crimes such as drug trafficking and theft among others.

He said, “We have 27 general hospitals in Lagos. On a monthly basis on the average, 28 deaths are related to okada directly.”

“And then, the issue of crime; we now found out that the tricycles and motorcycles are now the vehicles for transporting drugs even to our schools.

“So, the security of lives, the prosperity of our children cannot just be ignored,” the deputy governor stressed.

Okada, Keke ‘Now Vehicles For Transporting Drugs’ To Schools – Hamzat


The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Obafemi Hamzat, has revealed that motorcycles and tricycles popularly known as ‘Okada and Keke’, are being used to transport drugs to schools in the state.

Mr. Hamzat who was a guest on Channels Television programme, Politics Today on Wednesday, clarified the recent ban on Okada’s and Keke’s by the state government.

He explained that there has been an existing law on the operations of the transport scheme since 2012, stating that the regulation was reviewed in 2018.

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The Deputy Governor maintained that according to reports from the 27 general hospitals in the state, an average of 28 deaths related to motorcycles were recorded on an average every month.

“We have 27 general hospitals in Lagos, on the average monthly, 28 deaths related to motorcycles.

“The issue of crime, we now found out that the tricycle and motorcycles are now the vehicles for transporting drugs to our schools; so the security of lives, the prosperity of our children cannot just be ignored.

“We cannot as a state government, see this data and say that it is not important. The essence is to make sure that everybody that resides in Lagos is secure,” he stressed.

Mr. Hamzat reiterated earlier positions of the state government that the move to ban Okada and Keke is not to punish or restrict people from doing any job.

“The essence is not to punish anybody, or to restrict people from doing any job but you have to be alive before you can make money.

“The reality is people are dying, the security of our children is being compromised, so Lagos government must act and that is what we are doing,” he maintained.

We’re Not Going Back On Okada, Keke Ban – Sanwo-Olu

File Photo: Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu


The Lagos State Government says it will not reverse the ongoing enforcement of its Transport Sector Reform Law of 2018, which restricts the operations of commercial motorcycles, popularly known as Okada and tricycles, popularly known as Keke NAPEP in 15 local councils across the state.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said this on Tuesday while speaking at the official launch of commercial operations in water transportation by Lagos Ferry Services (LAGFERRY) at an event held at Badore Ferry Terminal in Ajah.

The governor said the state government would not give in to the “blackmail and uninformed criticism” of its decision to restrict tricycles and motorcycles on the highways, saying the enforcement became necessary in the face of growing threats to the security of lives of residents.

According to him, the scary figures of accidents resulting from Okada riders’ recklessness and the disobedience to traffic laws necessitated the enforcement of the laws.

Although the governor admitted that the decision was a tough one, he maintained that his government would not compromise on the issue of security and safety of residents.

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“I agree it’s a tough decision we made regarding the restriction of Okada and Keke in some parts of Lagos. But I want to say some facts, which people can debate. The restriction that we have done is primarily based on security and safety of lives of residents. We took the decision based on the level of danger we have seen to have happened to our people,” he said.

“As a responsible government, we will not fold our arms and allow Okada riders put our lives in danger. One life is more important to us than all the economic benefits to be made if we allowed them to continue. We understand that investment too can be critical, but keeping people alive and safe is more germane.”

Speaking further, the governor sympathized with commuters affected by the Okada restriction and announced that the government would be deploying over 500 buses to the routes listed in the restriction directive as alternatives to ease movement.

He added that the launching of commercial operations on waterways by LAGFERRY was another programme introduced by the government to address congestion on the highways.

Lagos Govt Decries Accident Rate, To Enforce Okada, Keke Ban On February 1

A file photo of commercial motorcycles.



The Lagos State government has decried the rate of motorcycle (okada) and tricycle (keke) accidents on roads across the state.

In order to check this, the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, announced that the government would enforce the ban on motorcycles and tricycles in six local government areas, as well as major highways and bridges from February 1.

He explained that the decision was taken after a robust assessment of the debate on the rate of accidents in Lagos, saying security and safety of the lives of the residents were paramount.

“The figures are scary. From 2016 to 2019, there were over 10,000 accidents recorded at the General Hospitals alone.

“This number excludes unreported cases and those recorded by other hospitals. The total number of deaths from reported cases is over 600 as at date,” the commissioner said in a statement.

He added, “The rate of crimes aided by motorcycles (okada) and tricycles (keke) keeps rising.  Motorcycles (okada) and tricycles (keke) are also used as getaway means by criminals.”

According to Omotoso, the law enforcement agents have been directed that with effect from February 1, there would be Zero Tolerance for motorcycles and tricycles in the affected areas.

He warned that all offenders and violators would be dealt with in accordance with the laws of the state.

See the full list of the affected areas below:

LGs and Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs)

Apapa LG and Apapa Iganmu LCDA

Lagos Mainland LG and Yaba LCDA

Surulere LG, Itire-Ikate and Coker-Aguda LCDAs

Ikeja LG, Onigbongbo and Ojodu LCDAs

Eti-Osa LG, Ikoyi-Obalende and Iru/Victoria Island LCDAs

Lagos Island LG and Lagos Island East LCDA

The full enforcement begins on February 1, 2020.

This is the first stage of the State Government’s plan to sanitize our roads and protect Lagosians from the negative effects of these illegal modes of transportation.

The Law is very clear.  Motorcycles (Okada) and Tricycles (Keke) are banned on all highways, bridges and the listed roads.


Major Highways

Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Apapa-Oshodi Expressway

Oworonshoki-Oshodi Expressway

Lagos-Ikorodu Expressway

Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway

Eti-Osa/Lekki-Epe Expressway

Lagos-Badagry Expressway

Funsho Williams Avenue

Agege Motor Road

Eti-Osa Lekki Coastal Road



Iyana- Ipaja Bridge Agege

Dopemu Bridge Agege

Airport/Ikeja Bridge

Agege Motor road/oshodi Loop, Oshodi

Mushin/Isolo Link Bridge

Dorman Long Bridge

Ojuelegba Bridge

National Stadium Flyover

Apapa-Iganmu Bridge

Apapa-Ijora Link Bridge

Liverpool Bridge, Apapa

Mile 2 Bridge-Loop, Amuwo-Odofin

Okota (cele)/Ijesha Link Bridge

Apakun/Apapa-Oshodi Bridge Network

Ikorodu Road/Anthony Clover leaf Bridge

Trade Fair Flyover Bridge

Festac/Amuwo-Odofin Link Bridge

2 Flyover Bridges along Alhaji Masha Road

Ojota Clover leaf Bridge

Ogudu Bridge

3rd Mainland Bridge

Maryland flyover

Ikeja General Hospital Flyover Bridge

Kodesoh Bridge, Oba Akran, Ikeja

Opebi Link Bridge

Sheraton-Opebi Bridge

Jibowu/Yaba flyover Bridge

Carter Bridge, Lagos

Bariga-Ifako Bridge

Apapa-Oshodi Expressway/Alapere Bridge

Bariga/Oworonsoki Bridge

Apapa-Oshodi Expressway/Gbagada U-Turn

Apapa-Oshodi Expressway

3rd Mainland/Oworonsoki Bridge

Eko Bridge

Apongbon flyover Bridge

Cowry Bridge (Officers Mess)

Mcwen Bridge (Bonny Camp)

Marina/Ikoyi Bridge

Ikoyi/Obalende Bridge

Be Warned! Lagos Bans ‘Okada,’ ‘Keke’ From Major Roads, Highways, Bridges

A file photo of commercial motorcycles.



The Lagos State government has placed a ban on motorcycles and tricycles popularly known as ‘okada’ and ‘keke,’ in various local government areas of the state.

In the restriction order sent to Channels Television on Monday, the government asked motorcycle and tricycle operators to refrain from operating on major roads in Lagos.

The order, captioned “Lagos Govt Has Banned Okada and Keke Marwa From Plying The Roads … Be Warned’, also listed highways and bridges as routes where motorcycles and tricycles movement were restricted.

See the full list of roads, highways, and bridges affected below:


  1. Lagos Ibadan Expressway
  2. Apapa Oshodi Expressway
  3. Oworoshoki Oshodi Expressway
  4. Lagos Ikorodu Expressway
  5. Lagos Abeokuta Expressway
  6. Babangida Bouleverde
  7. Eti-Osa Lekki Epe Expressway
  8. Lagos Badagry Express
  9. Funsho Williams Avenue
  10. Agege motor Road
  11. Eti-Osa Lekki Coastal Road



  1. Iyana-Ipaja Bridge, Agege/Alimosho Local Government
  2. Dopemu Bridge, Agege/Alimosho Local Government
  3. Airport/Ikeja Bridge, Ikeja Local Government
  4. Agege Motor Road/Oshodi Loop, Oshodi, Ikeja/Mushin Local Government
  5. Mushin/Isolo Link Bridge, Mushin Oshodi Local Government
  6. Dorman Long Bridge Surulere/Lagos Mainland Local Government
  7. Ojuelegba Bridge, Surulere/Lagos Mainland Local Government
  8. National Stadium Flyover, Surulere Local Government
  9. Iganmu/Funsho Williams Bridge Surulere Local Government
  10. Apapa – Iganmu Bridge Surulere Local Government
  11. Apapa – Ijora Link Bridge, Apapa/Lagos Mainland Local Government
  12. Liverpool Bridge, Apapa, Apapa Local Government
  13. Mile 2 Bridge Loop, Amuwo-Odofin, Amuwo-Odofin Local Government
  14. Okota (Cele)/Ijesha Link Bridge Mushin/Oshodi-Isolo Local Government
  15. Apakun/Apapa-Oshodi Bridge Network, Mushin/Oshodi/Isolo Local Government
  16. Ikorodu Road/Anthony Cloverleaf Bridge Somolu/Ikeja Local Government
  17. Trade Fair Flyover Bridge, Ojo Local Government
  18. Festac/Amuwo-Odofin Link Bridge Amuwo Odofin Local Government
  19. 2 Flyover bridges along Alhaji Masha Rd, Surulere Local Government
  20. Ojota Clover Leaf Bridge, Kosofe/Ikeja Local Government
  21. Ogudu Bridge Kosofe Local Government
  22. 3rd Mainland Bridge Lagos Island/Mainland/Somolu Local Government
  23. Maryland flyover Ikeja/Somolu Local Government
  24. Ikeja/General Hospital flyover Bridge Ikeja Local Government
  25. Kodesho Bridge, Oba Akran, Ikeja, Ikeja Local Government
  26. Opebi Link Bridge, Ikeja Local Government
  27. Sheraton-Opebi Bridge, Ikeja Local Government
  28. Jibowu/Yaba flyover Bridge, Lagos Mainland Local Government
  29. Carter Bridge Lagos, Lagos Mainland Local Government
  30. Bariga-Ifako Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
  31. Apapa – OShodi Expressway/Alapere Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
  32. Bariga/Oworonshoki Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
  33. Apapa – Oshodi Expressway/3rd Mainland Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
  34. Apapa – Oshodi Expressway/3rd mainland Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
  35. 3rd mainland/Oworonshoki Bridge Kosofe Local Government
  36. Eko Bridge Lagos Island/Lagos Mainland Local Government
  37. Apongbon flyover, Bridge Lagos Island Local Government
  38. Cowry Bridge (Officers Mess) Lagos Island/Eti-Osa Local Government.
  39. McWen Bridge (Bonny camp) Eti-Osa Local Government.
  40. Marina/Ikoyi Bridge Lagos Island/Eti-Osa Local Government.
  41. Ikoyi/Obalende Bridge Eti-Osa Local Government.




  1. Oba Ogunji Road
  2. Old Abeokuta Road
  3. Capital Road
  4. Alfa Nla Road
  5. Oko-Oba Road
  6. Akilo Street
  7. Agunbiade Road
  8. Ogba Road
  9. Ipaja Road
  10. Maricas Road
  11. Oyewole Road
  12. Arigbanla Street
  13. Dopemu Road
  14. Oke-koto Road
  15. Oniwaya Road
  16. Adebisi Awosoga Street
  17. Old Ota Road
  18. Ijaiye Road
  19. Akin Doherty Road
  20. Amoo Street
  21. Pen Cinema Round About
  22. Surulere Street
  23. Agbedeji Street
  24. Ayige Street
  25. Sule Street
  26. Ashipa Street
  27. Salawu Street



  1. Baale Adeyemo Street
  2. Mba/Cardoso Street up to Ota Wharf
  3. Mobile Road Up To Boundary Road
  4. Boundary Road – Aiyeke Bridge – Tolu Bus/Stop
  5. Wilmer Crescent
  6. Industry Road
  7. Achapo Road/New Road
  8. Idewu Street
  9. Baale Adeyemo Road
  10. Malu/Mobile Road
  11. Ojo Road
  12. Cemetery/Mosafejo/Alaba Road
  13. Bakare/faro road



  1. Creek Road
  2. Wharf Road
  3. Burma Road
  4. Randle Road
  5. Marine Road
  6. Kofo Abayomi Road
  7. Liverpool Road
  8. Point Road
  9. Park lane
  10. Itapeju Avenue
  11. Entire Network of Road in Apapa GRA
  12. Dock Yard Road
  13. Oduduwa Road
  14. Ladipo Oluwole Road
  15. Bonny Road
  16. Commercial Road
  17. Malu/Mobile Road
  18. Warehouse Road
  19. Orile – Igamu Road



  1. Ipaja – Ayobo Road
  2. Okoro Road
  3. Egbeda – Idimu Road
  4. Egbeda – Akowonjo Road
  5. Iyana – Ipaja – Idimu Road
  6. Idimu – Ipaja – Idimu Road
  7. LASU – Iba Road
  8. Ikotun – Egbe Road
  9. Ipaja Road
  10. Igando Road
  11. Egbe – Idimu Road
  12. Old Ota Road
  13. Meiran Road
  14. Ayobo Road
  15. Ajasa/command Road
  16. Baruwa Road
  17. Liasu Road
  18. Governor’s Road
  19. Abaranje Road
  20. Ijegun Road
  21. Shasha Road
  22. Baruwa/Aina Obembe Road
  23. Adefemi Road, Ipaja
  24. Go ye Road



  1. Oshodi – Apapa Expressway
  2. Durbar Road/Asiwaju Bola Tinubu Road
  3. The Entire Network of Roads in Festac Town
  4. Circular Road
  5. The entire Network of Road in Zones A, B, C & D of Amuwo Odofin Low Cost Housing Estate
  6. Old Ojo Road
  7. Mumuni Adio Bodmus way
  8. Lagos Badagry Expressway



  1. Lagos Badagry Expressway from Eric Moore to Seme Road
  2. Badagry Roundabout to Top Road
  3. Joseph Dosu Road



  1. Inner Marina
  2. Broad Street
  3. Nnamdi Azikwe Street
  4. King George V Road
  5. Idumagbo Avenue
  6. Outer Marina
  7. Adeniji Adele Street
  8. Martins Street
  9. Balogun Street
  10. Odunlami Street
  11. Ereko Road
  12. New Balogun Street
  13. Campbell Street
  14. Breadfruit Street
  15. Abibu Oki Street
  16. Davies Street
  17. Kakawa Street
  18. Force Road
  19. Oloto/Fasbery Road



  1. Femi Agbalajobi
  2. Ayetoro Road
  3. Hospital Road
  4. Marina Road
  5. Central Mosque Road
  6. Kasali Oluwa Street
  7. Ekundayo Street
  8. Lagos Road
  9. Ijebu to Itoikin Road from Agbowa to Itoikin
  10. Omu-Ijebu to Ketu Roundabout
  11. Ketu Roundabout to Ejinrin Town
  12. Ota Road
  13. Olofin Road
  14. Orungbo – Ido Road
  15. Agbowa – Ikosi Road
  16. Ketu Roundabout to Epe
  17. Ketu Roundabout Itoikin



  1. The entire Network of Roads and bridges in Ikoyi Obalende and Victoria Island Local Council Development Areas
  2. Eti-Osa – Lekki – Epe Expressway



  1. Ogunnusi Road
  2. Lateef Jakande Road
  3. College Road
  4. Jonathan Coker Street
  5. Iju Road
  6. WEMPCO Road
  7. ACME Road
  8. New Oko-Oba Road
  9. Lagos Abeokuta Expressway
  10. Agbado Road
  11. Baale Animashaun Road
  12. Yaya Abatan Road



  1. Lagos Ibadan Expressway (from Lagos Boundary to Lagos and Toll Gate)
  2. Sheraton Link Bridge
  3. Oba Akran Avenue
  4. Obafemi Awolowo Way
  5. Kudirat Abiola Road
  6. Moboloaji Bank-Anthony Road
  7. Lateef Jakande Road
  8. Nurudeen Olowopopo Drive
  9. Otunba Jobi Fele Way
  10. Allen Avenue
  11. Opebi Road
  12. Secretariat Road
  13. Mobolaji Johnson Road
  14. Osho Street
  15. Hakeem Balogun Road
  16. IPM Way
  17. Ashabi Cole Street
  18. Toyin Street
  19. Entire Ikeja GRA Road Network
  20. ACME Road
  21. WEMPCO Road
  22. Oduduwa Road
  23. Isaac John Street
  24. Alausa Secretariat Perimeter Road Network
  25. Simbiat Abiola Road
  26. Kaffi Street
  27. Opebi Link Bridge
  28. Ikosi Road
  29. Adeniyi Jones Avenue
  30. Entire Alausa CBO
  31. Ladipo Oluwole Avenue
  32. ASBFI Road
  33. Olowu Street
  34. Ola Ayindan Street
  35. Unity Road
  36. Armoire Avenue
  37. Ijaola Street
  38. Iyaoloye Crescent
  39. Olu Akerele Street
  40. Emmanuel Street
  41. Odo-Iyalaro Underbridge
  42. Olotunbosun Street



  1. Ikorodu Road (from Mile12 to Ikorodu Benson Roundabout)
  2. Ipakodo – Ibesha Road
  3. Lagos – Ikorodu Express Road
  4. T.O.S Benson Road
  5. Oba Sekumade Road
  6. Lagos – Shagamu Road
  7. Obafemi Awolowo Road
  8. Ikorodu – Itoikin Road
  9. Igbogbo Road
  10. Ayangburen Road
  11. Alhaji Street



  1. Alfred Rewane Road
  2. Glover Road
  3. Alexander Road
  4. Awolowo Road
  5. Bourdillon Road
  6. Gerald Road
  7. Osborne Road Estate 1 & 2
  8. Lugard Avenue
  9. Olu Holloway Road
  10. Bayo Kuku Street
  11. Oba Adeyinka Oyekan Avenue
  12. Mobolaji Johnson Road
  13. Club Road
  14. Federal Secretariat Road
  15. Thomson Avenue
  16. Lateef Jakande Avenue
  17. Moore Road
  18. Oyinkan Abayomi Road
  19. Maroko Close
  20. Adeyemi Lawson Street
  21. Femi Okunnu Road
  22. Jabita Close
  23. Onikoyi/Turnbull Road
  24. Iru Close
  25. Ajayi Bembe Street
  26. Entire Park view Estate Road
  27. Awori Road
  28. HFP Way
  29. HEP Road
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  38. Ilabere Avenue
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  45. Moboloaji Johnson Road
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  57. Banana Estate
  58. Dolphin Duplex
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  60. Alhaji Kannike Street
  61. Igbo Street
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  64. Ajeniya Street
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  66. Alhaji Bashorun Close
  67. Alhaji Alade Odenewu Street
  68. Aromire Close
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  71. Lalupon Street



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  2. Ogudu Road
  3. Demurin Street
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  5. CMD Road
  6. Doyin Omololu Street
  7. Davies Street
  8. 50 Metres from Ikorodu Road on Ikosi Road
  9. Omololu Street
  10. Diya Street
  11. Williams Street



  1. The entire network of roads and bridges in Lagos Island East and Lagos Island West Local Government



  1. Herbert Macaulay Way
  2. Barikisu Iyede Street
  3. Murtala Muhammed way
  4. Third Mainland Bridge
  5. Ijora Causeway
  6. Commercial Avenue
  7. Old Yaba Road
  8. Sabo Round About
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  10. Abule – Ijesha Road
  11. Harvey Road
  12. Montgomery Road
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  14. Morocco Road
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  17. Hughes Avenue
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  27. Cemetery Street
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  1. Agege Motor Road (From Mangoro to Moshalasi Junction) Both
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  3. Idi-Araba Street
  4. Ilupeju Bypass(Both)
  5. Itire Road(Okada Only)
  6. Palm Avenue(Okada)
  7. Ladipo Street(Okada Only)
  8. Layi Oyekanmi Street(Okada Only)
  9. Olateju Street(Okada Only)
  10. Isolo Road
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  14. Association Avenue(Both)
  15. Kayode Street(Okada Only)
  16. Town Planning Way(Both)
  17. Coker Road(Both)
  18. Post Office Road(Okada Only)
  19. Mushin Road



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  3. Iyana School Bus Stop at Ishasi Road
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  11. Akoberu/Sabo Road
  12. Itire – Ilogbo Road
  13. Iyana Era – Ilogbo Road
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  15. Kemberi/Aka Road



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  4. Airport Road
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  10. Ejigbo – Ajao Estate Link Road
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  26. Engineering Close
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  35. Oko Agwo Close
  36. Afribank Street.

Abia Residents Urge Police To Be Proactive

Abia Residents Urge Police To Be ProactiveResidents of Umuahia and its environs in Abia State have called on the Police to beef up security within the city and the highways.

The troubled inhabitants also asked the Police to put up strategies to monitor the activities of tricycle operators popularly known as Keke and their passengers.

Although, the people are willingly to do their part by offering information, one of the residents, Morgan Odikemere, maintained that the Police should be more proactive.

Speaking with Channels Television in Umuahia, the Abia State capital in Southeast Nigeria, the Commissioner of Police, Joshak Habila, hinted that the command was not leaving any stone unturned in its commitment to rid the state of criminals and mischief makers.

He assured the residents of adequate security and urged them to be cognisant of their environments and report any unwarranted loitering within their domain.

The Police commissioner also disclosed that four suspected kidnappers within the ages of 20-30 years were killed by men of the Abia State Police Command during gunfire exchange while trying to abduct a businessman.

He said the incident, which took place at Okpuala-Ngwa, also led to the recovery of some deadly weapons such as guns amongst others.

According to Mr Habila, strategy “had been put in place to monitor the activities of criminals who use keke to perpetuate their crime”, warning that the police would not relent in maintenance of peace and order.