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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by henriettttta(f): 2:12pm On Feb 01
GOFRONT:
Sweet move by my state governor.....Those Keke Napep has really dented my car with their yeallow paint...



You are inconsiderate angry

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by qreem231(m): 2:13pm On Feb 01
Mehn. I just trekked from Costain to Oyingbo. I might have to trek back also. I go use the money wey i suppose use enter keke buy Panadol extra.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by holuwajobar(m): 2:13pm On Feb 01
9jayes:
I'm a rider, I can't go out no money to feed family.
Can you relocate to ogun state?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Timileyin1234(m): 2:13pm On Feb 01
Dey waka jare
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Opexzy: 2:13pm On Feb 01
Until Monday...before i can know
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by tumababa(m): 2:13pm On Feb 01
ImagineNation:
The list is endless

I literally trekked from ojuelegba to yabatech this morning.. On my way back from shoprite, I trekked to doyin

What is the way forward my people?

How has the ban on keke and okada affected your movement in Lagos?

Lagos residents only..

Good for your health bro. Special thanks to the governor

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by etzmiezbee(f): 2:13pm On Feb 01
I waited for more than an hour b4 I could see a car to Aguda from Barracks and it was even a private car.

Still thinking aw am gonna get to work on Monday cos it only keke and Okada that pass through that route to Shoprite @ Adeniran Ogunsanya

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by henriettttta(f): 2:13pm On Feb 01
GOFRONT:
Sweet move by my state governor.....Those Keke Napep has really dented my car with their yeallow paint...



You are inconsiderate angry
Na everybody get car like u

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by TRUEBLOOD59(m): 2:14pm On Feb 01
some are still hiding and doing their business in my area.
But I cry for those undergraduate who drives keke or motorcycles to sponsor themselves in the university...
Naija which way

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by bjgurl(f): 2:15pm On Feb 01
We'll survive this as well, we're Nigerians
But survival get limit ooo...
God make halaal sufficient for us, so that we don't see Haram as an opportunity, Aameen.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Akorkor(f): 2:16pm On Feb 01
Most riders learn something . Some are mechanic, welder, farmers. They should all go back to their hand job. Time to bring sanity to Lagos states. Enough of car scratch and nonsense horn. Also, Government is going to provide a better alternative of transportation. Most people in the hospital are there because of biker accident

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by bukatyne(f): 2:16pm On Feb 01
As always, the Govt did not do an in depth analysis of the effects of the ban.

1. How does it affect the bike and Keke drivers? What jobs would ex-drivers use to fend for themselves?
2. How does it affect the people whose livelihood are indirectly tied to Okada and Keke? Repairs, dealers, washing stations etc.
3. How does it affect the commuters?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by okpalaAnambra: 2:16pm On Feb 01
Dadaboy:



Over to you Lagosians



I dont know how you guys cope living there.
Maybe now, some of you need to wake up by 2 am to prepare for work
Mad oo grin grin

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Macsjebs(m): 2:16pm On Feb 01
And Bike dey help we wey no know road o, person go come dey miss road now shocked

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by BeLookingIDIOT(m): 2:16pm On Feb 01
The road is freer now to ply my G-wagon

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Liposure(m): 2:17pm On Feb 01
Rumour has it dat d first suspected case of d deadly corona virus has just been recorded in nigeria
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Boyooosa(m): 2:18pm On Feb 01
GOFRONT:
Sweet move by my state governor.....Those Keke Napep has really dented my car with their yeallow paint...

Can't wait to hear them banned out of Abuja too....
You dey drag road with them

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by lebron7(m): 2:18pm On Feb 01
Ijaya123:
We simply adjust our livestyle in view of the reality on ground.

Okada and Keke has made a lot of us lazy and lacking in any physical activities. I remember one small girl telling the parents that she doesn’t want to go to UK for vacation simply because of, according to her, “one will trek and trek and trek...”

People have simply forgotten the health benefits of regular exercise and trekking is one.

So let’s hit the roads.
Do you know you are mad?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by WowSweetGuy(m): 2:19pm On Feb 01
i drive my benz....

dunno warris goin on over there
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by chijokz(m): 2:19pm On Feb 01
ImagineNation:
The list is endless

I literally trekked from ojuelegba to yabatech this morning.. On my way back from shoprite, I trekked to doyin

What is the way forward my people?

How has the ban on keke and okada affected your movement in Lagos?

Lagos residents only..
I'm in full support of this ban for obvious reasons.
1. Curb the menace of criminals operating on Okada.
2. Reduce the incessant road accidents caused by Okada.
3. Security
4. Mega city modernization.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by hammerU: 2:20pm On Feb 01
THIS IS AN ATTACK ON HAUSAFULANI INDUSTRY.


THE RETURN OF EASTERN PORTS WILL NOT GO UNPUNISHED.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by saintol(m): 2:21pm On Feb 01
You people should get bicycle. Maybe one day Nigeria will produce a world cyclist.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by hisexcellency34: 2:21pm On Feb 01
Just one week, they will be back on the roads

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Adewale623(m): 2:22pm On Feb 01
bugidon:
The timing of this ban is just so wrong cry
what is the right time?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Lexusgs430: 2:22pm On Feb 01
vincentjk:
More slay queens to choose the easier payment method for uber transport

If u know u know grin

Go meet them for hotel nah.... Den go dey siddon on top bench outside their slaughter rooms.... smiley
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by mmsen: 2:23pm On Feb 01
Okada riders are dangerous but what is the problem with keke?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Archtype(m): 2:23pm On Feb 01
Ijaya123:
We simply adjust our livestyle in view of the reality on ground.

Okada and Keke has made a lot of us lazy and lacking in any physical activities. I remember one small girl telling the parents that she doesn’t want to go to UK for vacation simply because of, according to her, “one will trek and trek and trek...”

People have simply forgotten the health benefits of regular exercise and trekking is one.

So let’s hit the roads.
Lagos trekking is not exercise biko, na pure stress, after spending half of the day on traffic you will still trek on top. If you live in Lagos you will definitely not like the Ban

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by ikorodureporta: 2:24pm On Feb 01
anyanwustanley11:
Till Monday
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Lilcyp046(m): 2:25pm On Feb 01
GOFRONT:
Sweet move by my state governor.....Those Keke Napep has really dented my car with their yeallow paint...

Can't wait to hear them banned out of Abuja too....

You are a mumu man. You r happy seeing Som1 lose his source of income abi oga

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Abbeywondrous(m): 2:26pm On Feb 01
vincentjk:
More slay queens to choose the easier payment method for uber transport

If u know u know grin
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Ijaya123: 2:26pm On Feb 01
Archtype:
Lagos trekking is not exercise biko, na pure stress, after spending half of the day on traffic you will still trek on top. If you live in Lagos you will definitely not like the Ban

I’m 100% with the ban. I live in Lagos

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