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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by boiz2men(m): 10:28pm On Feb 01
qtx:
Not so easy, however, if you drive in Lagos, you won't mind whatever consequences emanate from the ban.
Those guys(both Okada and keke) are a nuisance. Someone will just dive into your front and expect you to match breaks in a flash and apologize to him.

Most times they brush your ride and still come and harass you. flying at the center of the express trying to compete with cars yet carrying passengers.
Most times cause an accident and escape while people are dying in the process.
They rob people early in the morning and evenings using guns and knives.

Their crimes are too much.


See what keke did to me

From nowhere.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by delpee(f): 10:30pm On Feb 01
Speedybiscuit:


I trekked from Stadium to Adeniran Ogunsanya mall and back. I been wan crase.

I used to do that years ago. There was no bus, keke or bike to take one beyond stadium or the roundabout at Masha. Trekking happily all the way to Rasaq Balogun, Jalupon close and then UTC stores which stood where you now have Filmhouse Cinema (by Adeniran Ogunsanya shopping mall).

Times have changed so much though.

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by olamy7(m): 10:32pm On Feb 01
This is just the beginning, I hope people adapt soon or else....
check my signature, I have a good news for you
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by MissNicole01(f): 10:50pm On Feb 01
Omo...I trek tire today for VI ehn.
Wonder how Monday go be.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Hennyola(m): 10:56pm On Feb 01
ajl:


You guys are simply lazy. I visited Lagos last August and stayed in a hotel around Agungi in Lekki. I normally went to Megachicken by the 2nd toll gate to eat. I usually trekked back and forth. And that was like 5km in total. By the time I returned to my base, I already lost some weight. I loved it, and the breeze was cool too. Only problem was there was no good walkway.

Now imagine doing this for 365days to and fro, what is left?

Skeleton

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by UrVillagePpl: 11:08pm 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....
they were never in abj, just nasarawa(maraba and around the axis)
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Queenserah26(f): 11:08pm On Feb 01
Honestly man
Ogbunigwe2018:
This is the wrongest time to not own a car in Lagos state.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by wowservice: 11:09pm On Feb 01
Matter of time
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by hybridblood07: 11:20pm On Feb 01
Are you aware almost all of them use the business to feed their family's? How would you feel if you own about 10 keke napep and the government banned you?
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....
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by ifykris22: 11:38pm On Feb 01
Imagine me trying to raise funds. For school with the small Keke..now this cry
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Rozaytee(f): 11:46pm 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.
u don't have sense....so lagosians should keep trekking...??...I said it again u don't have sense
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by DESAN(f): 12:02am On Feb 02
It's on Monday the reality will hit most pple especially those who do school runs. Please whoever has an unwanted old car pls pls and pls do give away.�����
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by jaxxy(m): 12:03am On Feb 02
Gwagone:

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

Until the politician brings himself to the level of the masses he’s still deceiving himself and is very clueless. Sanwoolu thinks governance is by going to Harvard. Thay where he made his mistake.

How can u ban Smtn so essential to people and livelihood without creating the alternative. Are u sure Ure ok? Or didn’t u study the demographics and uniqueness of the state

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Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by lifenajeje(m): 12:16am On Feb 02
dauddy97:
If you think I am lying, call anyone staying in Badagry And he/she passed through the round about today. Bàbá watin wẹ dey talk no be here.

Not saying you were lying..

Am only stating the fact that Badagry was not on the list
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Ifyz0001: 12:28am On Feb 02
So, it's at the end of one year in office, we will know that you are the governor of this state?

Sanwo Olu is just looking for where his voice will be heard loud...

What about the hold-up everywhere in Lagos, he didn't see that as a problem to fix?

See the bad roads everywhere? No good roads anymore..Start expanding roads, build new bridges opening new routes, don't construct a road that should be completed in a month for 10yrs...
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by anath(m): 12:38am On Feb 02
Very funny, is like ppl don't know that this will compound the traffic and also increase transportation fare in lag. Coz more ppl will b buying car even if it is I better pass my neighbor type. He Don cast for that city...
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Larryd1987: 6:06am On Feb 02
delpee:


It seems the cabs (kabukabu) and some minibuses are taking the place of keke. I passed through the route today. Unfortunately I didn’t stop to confirm details. Go to your usual bustop on Monday. You’re likely to find a means of transport there. The cabs are under the bridge towards Ikoyi.

Thanks mam.....I really appreciate
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Butoneday2(m): 6:37am On Feb 02
Rozaytee:
u don't have sense....so lagosians should keep trekking...??...I said it again u don't have sense
you are a foo.l, to hell with you. Animal
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by miniziter(m): 6:56am On Feb 02
9jayes:
I'm a rider, I can't go out no money to feed family.
Then relocate
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by tylesh(f): 9:14am On Feb 02
Ogbunigwe2018:
This is the wrongest time to not own a car in Lagos state.
Even if you own a car, you can't take your car everywhere. It's gonna affect everyone
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by tylesh(f): 9:16am On Feb 02
It has started affecting me. I don't know how I'm going to cope
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by loveabletd(m): 9:44am On Feb 02
Now, I think the keke and okada, man will learn their lessen , they bach peoples car and even beat the owner on top, they don t obey traffic light, and even keke sometimes are use for robbery,, if they can be banned for like two weeksas a sign of warning and tell the Union to give them proper orientation,
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Coolcalmcollect(m): 9:48am On Feb 02
Smartchoiice:
Very good
hardship will be good on you also.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Smartchoiice: 9:51am On Feb 02
Coolcalmcollect:

hardship will be good on you also.
No hardship... Just let's trek for better health
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Aquariann: 10:26am On Feb 02
ajl:


You guys are simply lazy. I visited Lagos last August and stayed in a hotel around Agungi in Lekki. I normally went to Megachicken by the 2nd toll gate to eat. I usually trekked back and forth. And that was like 5km in total. By the time I returned to my base, I already lost some weight. I loved it, and the breeze was cool too. Only problem was there was no good walkway.

I'm in Lagos and I feel the plight of those without cars and I wouldn't call them lazy. But what you said made me rememberback in my university and NYSC days when I had plenty of free time and visited my friends/relatives in Calabar often. I remember trekking long distances just for the thrill. e.g Eta-Agbor to Marian market, Water board and beyond and then back. My folks and friends thought I was crazy and sometimes would offer to pay if Tfare was the issue.

I'll just smile, plug my earpiece and hit the walkways (something Lagos lacks a lot), though I still do these walks when I'm around VI.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Aquariann: 10:30am On Feb 02
AndroBlaze:


Though I suppot your sentiments on walking- your agungi to megachicken example sounds like pure exaggeration.

Until November last year, I lived in Ikota villa (by that same Mega Chicken), and I can't count the number of times I walked to my aunt's place in Ilaje. Though always a one way trip cause I always go back using keke or bus
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by galadima77(m): 11:04am On Feb 02
vincentjk:
More slay queens to choose the easier payment method for uber transport

If u know u know grin

Lolz, if you make heaven ba, make I know how u do am.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by vincentjk(m): 11:19am On Feb 02
galadima77:


Lolz, if you make heaven ba, make I know how u do am.

Abeg I dy go heaven my thing o cheesy
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by qtx: 11:31am On Feb 02
boiz2men:


See what keke did to me

From nowhere.
Can you imagine. Pele o
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Farki: 11:38am On Feb 02
ajl:


You guys are simply lazy. I visited Lagos last August and stayed in a hotel around Agungi in Lekki. I normally went to Megachicken by the 2nd toll gate to eat. I usually trekked back and forth. And that was like 5km in total. By the time I returned to my base, I already lost some weight. I loved it, and the breeze was cool too. Only problem was there was no good walkway.

Good for you, I guess you expect the rest of us to trek from the end of Badore to Ajah every morning for work.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by Farki: 11:44am On Feb 02
Hedonisst:


Lol, why you carry this thing for head like basket of plantain chips?

From the responses above it is clear that the black man is his own problem. Instead of thinking about the consequences of this decision or trying to come up with alternatives yeye people are celebrating up and down because they have cars, giving fake concern for our health.
Re: How Has The Ban On Keke And Okada In Lagos Affected You? by youngest85(m): 1:29pm On Feb 02
Cheryph200:
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