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Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by NgcoboP: 9:51pm On Aug 13
Have your say
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by yelinco1(m): 9:59pm On Aug 13
SHEBI U GO GIVE THEM JOB IF YOU STOP THEM? IRANU!
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by cyborg123(m): 10:03pm On Aug 13
So fast? grin
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by NgcoboP: 10:09pm On Aug 13
yelinco1:
SHEBI U GO GIVE THEM JOB IF YOU STOP THEM? IRANU!
At least lives would be saved. Then we will develop our taxis and rail.... Especially the trams. Lest I forget thieves will have less getaway opportunities
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by NgcoboP: 10:11pm On Aug 13
cyborg123:
So fast? grin
Yes.... If you have witnessed heads being cracked open like coconut against containers at apapa you will think differently
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by Kondomatic(m): 10:11pm On Aug 13
NgcoboP:

At least lives would be saved. Then we will develop our taxis and rail.... Especially the trams.
Okada and Tanker/trailer which one dey kill people pass?
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by NgcoboP: 10:13pm On Aug 13
Kondomatic:
Okada and Tanker/trailer which one dey kill people pass?
Okada kills anyhow just take stats from a nearby hospital's a&e
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by kasynlives: 10:13pm On Aug 13
You don't get to see okada in many state capitals in the country.
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by cyborg123(m): 10:18pm On Aug 13
NgcoboP:

Yes.... If you have witnessed heads being cracked open like coconut against containers at apapa you will think differently
Well, I think they should be banned on all roads with less than 2 lanes in both each direction.

Helmets and functional dual rear view mirrors should be made compulsory.

All riders should be taught & tested in approved riding schools before they can be issued a license to ride on any tarred the permitted roads​.


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Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by NgcoboP: 10:22pm On Aug 13
cyborg123:

Well, I think they should be banned on all roads with less than 2 lanes in both directions.

Helmets and functional dual rear view mirrors should be made compulsory.

All riders should be taught & tested in approved riding schools before they can be issued a license to ride on any tarred road.
If that is possible.... But you know better...seun mynd44 lalasticlala
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by emperorgoke(m): 2:58am On Aug 16
Ban okada nd armed robbery will increase
Re: Should Okada Be Banned Or Not On Nigerian Highways And Cities? by yelinco1(m): 4:02pm On Sep 04
NgcoboP:

At least lives would be saved. Then we will develop our taxis and rail.... Especially the trams. Lest I forget thieves will have less getaway opportunities
THEN THOUSANDS WILL BECOME JOBLESS AGAIN AND INVOLVE IN RITUALS AND ROBBERY...

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