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Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Nairafame1: 12:06pm On Nov 10, 2019
This Is Appalling, Petrol tanker without brake tells his partner to apply manual brake(using stone to stop the tanker) from Alakuko to Tollgate Ota, Lagos state.

Watch Video Below
Source: https://www.nairafame.com/2019/11/another-petro-tanker-without-brake-seen.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAV8oflsxcE

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Nairafame1: 12:37pm On Nov 10, 2019
SEE HOW PEOPLE STOP THE MAN.
WATCH VIDEO HERE

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Waakanda(f): 2:00pm On Nov 10, 2019
Imagine shocked shocked shocked
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by davodyguy: 4:12pm On Nov 10, 2019
What's the work of VIO and FRSC?

They chase after private vehicles rather than commercial vehicles

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Nairafame1: 5:16pm On Nov 10, 2019
Lalasticlala See This
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by cosby02(m): 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
This is happening consistently but FRSC, Traffic police and VIO are busy fighting for who should be arresting vehicles with no papers.

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by philip0906(m): 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
This hellhole of a country. Lawlessness, corruption and averseness to doing right, is the bane of this country.

1. The truck is not road worthy, ironically the owner is the truck will be a well to do businessman who decides to risk the lives of other road users in his/her quest to maximize profits instead of changing the truck.
2. The truck would definitely have been flagged by road safety officials, but corruption (after been settled by the owner), won't allow them take that truck off the road completely.

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by baby124: 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
This has been going on in Lagos for at least 25yrs. I saw it a lot growing up.

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by 24kmagic: 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
kiss
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by wwwkaycom(m): 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
The only thing that Lagos Police, LASTMA, VIO and FRSC knows how to do is to chase me upandan for not having one nonexistent paper or passing through wrong way whenever I'm in Lagos, to the extent that I have stopped bringing my car to Lagos.
So petrol tanker without brake can move freely on Lagos roads, mumu nonsense people, God punish you especially for my 2k wey LASTMA collected at Ojodu berger in July for passing wrong road wey they never tell non-Lagosians before...
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by lovingyouhun: 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
Nigeria my country, if it happens now we will blame buhari and the government

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Horlami4u(m): 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
Welcome to Nigeria. Where some mad people walk around in cloth
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Ekakamba: 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
Petrol tanker no get brake wuna complain.

Petrol tanker told his partner to apply manual brake wuna sti complain.

What do you want?

Petrol tanker to blame Buhari abi? grin tongue

Nairafame1:
This Is Appalling, Petrol tanker without brake tells his partner to apply manual brake(using stone to stop the tanker) from Alakuko to Tollgate Ota, Lagos state.

Watch Video Below
Source: https://www.nairafame.com/2019/11/another-petro-tanker-without-brake-seen.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAV8oflsxcE

Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by YungMillionaire: 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by SuperBlack: 6:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
Check the driver very well,

He must be an Hausa man,

they're the only ones that have the freedom to do as they like in this forking Con3ry

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by ola33t: 6:23pm On Nov 10, 2019
shocked









Nigeria is always risky AF.
Hoping the devil won't be throwing a barbeque party with this.

Only way to stay out of trouble is to keep your bleeping ass out of Nigeria.

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by MrImole: 6:24pm On Nov 10, 2019
Why are people taking all these risks?
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by wonuks(m): 6:26pm On Nov 10, 2019
This is witchcraft. To drive a tanker without brakes lipsrsealed

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by SamUnbeatable(m): 6:27pm On Nov 10, 2019
God help us
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Favourchidubem7: 6:32pm On Nov 10, 2019

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Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by baratech: 6:33pm On Nov 10, 2019
Na wa o
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by majamajic(m): 6:33pm On Nov 10, 2019
wwwkaycom:
The only thing that Lagos Police, LASTMA, VIO and FRSC knows how to do is to chase me upandan for not having one nonexistent paper or passing through wrong way whenever I'm in Lagos, to the extent that I have stopped bringing my car to Lagos.
So petrol tanker without brake can move freely on Lagos roads, mumu nonsense people, God punish you especially for my 2k wey LASTMA collected at Ojodu berger in July for passing wrong road wey they never tell non-Lagosians before...


one road at ikeja old Secretariat , in the morning it's one way , in the evening it's double way , no signs to let u know , police will sit and wait for u to enter , they will come out . they do catch like 20 drivers a day ,
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by officialfysh(m): 6:45pm On Nov 10, 2019
Inside Life
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Neddstark: 6:55pm On Nov 10, 2019
Can government take one month to rid these ill accident prone trucks off the road?
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by sofiscatedmoron: 7:03pm On Nov 10, 2019
all thes afonjas from ogun state
Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by fareed69(m): 7:21pm On Nov 10, 2019
Horlami4u:
Welcome to Nigeria. Where some mad people walk around in cloth

Re: Petro Tanker Without Brake In Alakuko Traffic, Lagos State. VIDEO by Rgade: 7:22pm On Nov 10, 2019
There is something seriously wrong with that place called Lagos

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