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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by YorubaNinja: 2:26pm On Feb 01
dazzlingd:
I dont live in lagos

Sambisa forest

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Mymynd4u(f): 2:28pm On Feb 01
Liposure:
Rumour has it dat d first suspected case of d deadly corona virus has just been recorded in nigeria

For ur village abi

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by tayoccu(m): 2:28pm On Feb 01
The ban is very inconsiderate, what’s meant to happen to people who use their bikes/tricycles for dispatch?
Or even to get to and from work?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by RxSameer(m): 2:28pm On Feb 01
Na to buy bicycle for Lagos remain now let me go buy one self....lol
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Gwagone: 2:31pm On Feb 01
tumababa:


Good for your health bro. Special thanks to the governor
Who is talking about health here
We are talking about how to move around in Lagos doing your normal biz...
Let's be guided oo

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by friday2011(m): 2:31pm On Feb 01
bugidon:
The timing of this ban is just so wrong cry

There is no right time for the ban.

You need fo see how the police in ikorodu jas taken advantage of the situation to arrest riders.

Increased crime rate loading.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by gulfer: 2:32pm 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..
This is just like saying coronavirus...China residents only sad angry angry
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Gwagone: 2:34pm On Feb 01
tayoccu:
The ban is very inconsiderate, what’s meant to happen to people who use their bikes/tricycles for dispatch?
Or even to get to and from work?
Omo, bros
I Jos tired for Lagos State fvcking Government
Some illiterates here be talking about health
Instead, let's get our various jobs going so we can feed ourselves and family

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Angelfrost(m): 2:34pm On Feb 01
Remember back in the day when Lagos guys bragged about how sweet living in Lagos was... They made us feel like we were living next door to the jungle... Some actually still give off these fake vibes, but thank God for social media and internet... grin

Trekking mode activated for slay queens and forming Lords... Dem go change shoe and slippers tire. Under this hot sun, no less!!!

What a Paradise!!! Younger brother of London my foot!!!! grin

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by ray4life(m): 2:34pm On Feb 01
I noticed that the number of mini buses working are quite few unlike previous days.

I suspect some sort of blackmail going on between the Okada riders, keke and danfo owners. Or how do I explain the fact that i did not see 1 single danfo plying Ojuelegba Lawanson route after standing for over an hour at Ojuelegba bus stop.

Bus everywhere looks very cool and calm sha.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Hotspotbro(m): 2:35pm On Feb 01
Maybe sanwoolu wants us to be innovative. I'll just build my own ride.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Simplecity(m): 2:37pm 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....
what of those who dont have cars undecided sometimes its not all about you

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Olas00(m): 2:37pm On Feb 01
Until this morning I know that they have the okada and moruwa. Like I have to wake 4am on Monday be that
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by waltec(m): 2:37pm On Feb 01
We haven't seen anything yet. Wait till monday sad

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by dheaven: 2:40pm On Feb 01
They should find alternative means of livelihood for the bikers and provide more mini buses as well.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Gwagone: 2:41pm On Feb 01
BeLookingIDIOT:
The road is freer now to ply my G-wagon
Park!
Park!!
I say park there
Off your engine
Where are your particulars Mr. Oga?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Originalsly: 2:41pm On Feb 01
Nice topic.... not in Lagos... not affected.... but do these people ever sit and think for a moment how such a ban would affect the residents? .....or do they really believe Lagosians are all lazy witches and wizards that prefer to ride okada and keke instead of getting on their brooms and zoom to work?
Are the sick and elderly... pregnant and toddlers now have to trek punishing distances? ... in the name of exercise is good? What alternative did they provide? Sad.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Butoneday2(m): 2:41pm 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..
my dear keep trekking, it is a part of exercise. Meanwhile the reason of the banning is for our own good. The influx of Hausa Fulani/ herdsmen in lagos state is on the high rise. Have you ask your self who is sponsoring these boys, who is giving them these keke and bike. Ndi Igbo siri na nwa nnunu na agba egwu n'uzo ihe na akuru ya egwu no nime ohia, meaning that, a bird that dances on the road the drummer is inside the bush. My dear pls keep trekking. God gave us leg to walk. You get leg they complain if no get leg you will still complain. Pls appreciate God for that.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by sow4me(m): 2:42pm On Feb 01
Mehn i so trekked today oh. See babes trekking with make-up on. Sanwo why nah?

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Ken4agent(m): 2:42pm On Feb 01
PlaysNigeria:
Crime ooo. Now they will move to Oyo and osun state flooding the streets with bike, and start grabbing people's phone and bags. The rate of this in Ibadan is overwhelming already!

In Ibadan now, once there is a small bottle neck on the road, the number of okada u will see stuck n struggling to find their way will shock you. U will count 5000okada grin

Since the introduction of cheap TVS okada, infact the population is alarming now

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Chatbot1234: 2:44pm On Feb 01
it hasn't affected me in benin sha, we have banned bike a long time ago grin
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Babaalawo: 2:45pm On Feb 01
Give the phone to the bike man....only legends can relate.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Oyiboman69: 2:45pm On Feb 01
9jayes:
I'm a rider, I can't go out no money to feed family.
I feel your pain

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by VIPERVENOM(m): 2:45pm On Feb 01
Lagosians will get used to it. I remember when okada was banned in Port Harcourt we struggled at first.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by xcabczyxabczzzz: 2:48pm On Feb 01
etzmiezbee:
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
Buy trainers
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by safarigirl(f): 2:50pm 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....

Every man is innately selfish and thinks more of his own convenience than that of others.

Keke has been banned in most parts of Abuja, at least in town.

Thank God you have a car, but I believe this question is mostly for those who rely on public transport, not people like you.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by sisisioge: 2:51pm On Feb 01
We won't know until monday.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by sisisioge: 2:52pm On Feb 01
safarigirl:


Every man is innately selfish and thinks more of his own convenience than that of others.

Keke has been banned in most parts of Abuja, at least in town.

Thank God you have a car, but I believe this question is mostly for those who rely on public transport, not people like you.

Thank you o my sister...they want us to start trekking ni.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by safarigirl(f): 2:52pm On Feb 01
Butoneday2:
my dear keep trekking, it is a part of exercise. Meanwhile the reason of the banning is for our own good. The influx of Hausa Fulani/ herdsmen in lagos state is on the high rise. Have you ask your self who is sponsoring these boys, who is giving them these keke and bike. Ndi Igbo siri na nwa nnunu na agba egwu n'uzo ihe na akuru ya egwu no nime ohia, meaning that, a bird that dances on the road the drummer is inside the bush. My dear pls keep trekking. God gave us leg to walk. You get leg they complain if no get leg you will still complain. Pls appreciate God for that.

The increase in once chance in Abuja is as a result of banning keke and okada

Fulani herdsmen are not the ones picking up people in private cars and robbing them of their valuables, sometimes even harming and maiming them.

It is easier to be robbed in a car than in a keke. So, for every advantage you think there is to any decision, I can assure you, there are disadvantages that bring everything back to base.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Softenergy(m): 2:52pm On Feb 01
I agreed with a Lagos state management board spokesman at DW satellite television interview that banning Okada will force many of these operators to go and learn a trade like painting, welding, carpentry etc, which are becoming scares, That what baffles him is a university graduate based on there are no jobs thinking, will simply choose to be an Okada rider, and fail to think outside the box and put to a better use his university education and knowledge.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Asquare84(m): 2:53pm 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....

There movement have been restricted to only estate in Abuja

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