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CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by joseph6071: 2:37pm On Feb 02
The ban of tricycle and bikes in Lagos State has left so many pedestrians who depended so much on it as a means of transportation angry.

The ban which started on the 1st of February made both the riders and pedestrians to protest on the street of Lagos.

But one sight that caught the attention of many was the CMS busstop which is usually filled up with tricycles looked so empty as at now.

See photos...

Source: https://mobile.twitter.com/_Abdulquyum/status/1223562632965296128

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by kenzosky: 2:42pm On Feb 02
Though i'm not in support of the government taking away the source of survival from the bikes and keke drivers without first offering them an alternative,but i think this is a good development.
Too much tricycle and bikes runing around in a city constitute trash and pollution which further encourages insects,pests, mice, rats, pigeons, and flies all thriving Off of decomposing garbage.
Trash Clogs Drains. ...
Trash Pollutes Natural Resources.
Trash Turns Away Tourists.
Trash Lowers Property Value. ...
Trash Is a Safety Hazard. And not to talk about how those bandits from some parts of the nation are secretly executing their hidden evil plans in the south by killing, kidnapping, stealing etc all in the guise of a keke or a bike rider. Kudos to the Lagos government for this initiative.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by ursullalinda(f): 2:57pm On Feb 02
Let's keep admiring the beautiful city......by tomm we go hear am......I really pity those who are not mobile

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by lomprico(m): 3:01pm On Feb 02
and how does it look during keke era?

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by ZURUM66: 3:14pm On Feb 02
So what will become of those keke riders?

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by skyhighweb(m): 3:14pm On Feb 02
ursullalinda:
Let's keep admiring the beautiful city......by tomm we go hear am......I really pity those who are not mobile
u dey mind people with their thinking, taiwan india and other countries have been using the mode of transportation for ages and people are using it to survive, somebody will just receive AC sense go just leave it brain and the next thing is to make things more difficult, what bout those who bought keke n bike n gave it out what about those who only survive on transport now dey will have to relocate inside street an make change.

crime starts from little things

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by GamalNasser: 3:21pm On Feb 02
That place is like that every Sunday abeg ..bring pictures from there on Monday then we can talk

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by psalmsmiles(m): 3:23pm On Feb 02
Don`t get it twisted. What you see is a picture of a place where thousands of people exist without a source of livelihood.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by Sonnyboom: 3:27pm On Feb 02
What tribe are you from coz am yet to see any Yoruba wailing over the. Ban of Keke marwa?!

skyhighweb:
u dey mind people with their thinking, taiwan india and other countries have been using the mode of transportation for ages and people are using it to survive, somebody will just receive AC sense go just leave it brain and the next thing is to make things more difficult, what bout those who bought keke n bike n gave it out what about those who only survive on transport now dey will have to relocate inside street an make change.

crime starts from little things

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by BuhariAdvocate: 3:31pm On Feb 02
Street hawkers is the next

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by MickzyDonald: 4:26pm On Feb 02
kenzosky:
Though i'm not in support of the government taking away the source of survival from the bikes and keke drivers without first offering them an alternative,but i think this is a good development.
Too much tricycle and bikes runing around in a city constitute trash and pollution which further encourages insects,pests, mice, rats, pigeons, and flies all thriving Off of decomposing garbage.
Trash Clogs Drains. ...
Trash Pollutes Natural Resources.
Trash Turns Away Tourists.
Trash Lowers Property Value. ...
Trash Is a Safety Hazard. And not to talk about how those bandits from some parts of the nation are secretly executing their hidden evil plans in the south by killing, kidnapping, stealing etc all in the guise of a keke or a bike rider. Kudos to the Lagos government for this initiative.
My reaction after reading ur comment

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by Stone03: 4:45pm On Feb 02
How is easy movement achieved? Lagos is a commercial city

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by AK481(m): 5:03pm On Feb 02
joseph6071:

The ban of tricycle and bikes in Lagos State has left so many pedestrians who depended so much on it as a means of transportation angry.

The ban which started on the 1st of February made both the riders and pedestrians to protest on the street of Lagos.

But one sight that caught the attention of many was the CMS busstop which is usually filled up with tricycles looked so empty as at now.

See photos...

Source: http://www.musictori.com/2020/02/see-how-this-part-of-lagos-looks.html

Where did they go to?

To pick up another job available or the stay at home idle.

If they stay at home idle for a while , while they see u eating chicken and beer, do u think u re safe ?

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by dazzlingd: 5:40pm On Feb 02
Good!

All those begging and wailing saying this will render people jobless and increase crime rate, please how has the presence of okadas and keke help reduce crime rate and help in economic growth...they create an eye sore, confusion and disorganised environment making it easy for criminals to hide around...

You people arent shameless at all, enemies of sanity....you like a beautiful and saner society but not ready to sacrifice..lazy blacks...dirty scattered people

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by alezzy13: 5:44pm On Feb 02
@op, no be by fine picture. So what becomes of those who rely on Keke for transportation?

By tomorrow when work resumes, we go know how far.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by sammyj: 5:50pm On Feb 02
Sonwolu will be in history as one of the greatest governor Lagos ever had if this policy is fully adhered to. The next thing inline is to fix the road, provide good water and road transportation and complete the light rail system.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by ZooOga: 5:59pm On Feb 02
Time to catch up into the 21st century

Some ppl call it 'Next Level' wink

Ooni Ogunwusi Launches Nigerian-Made Buses For Mass Transit

https://www.nairaland.com/2899001/ooni-ogunwusi-launches-nigerian-made-buses

Big blessings coming for the Chairman of Innoson Motors, Innocent Chukwuma and company!

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by Racoon(m): 6:02pm On Feb 02
shocked Impressive! Marina almost look like VI now.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by mu2sa2: 6:31pm On Feb 02
skyhighweb:
u dey mind people with their thinking, taiwan india and other countries have been using the mode of transportation for ages and people are using it to survive, somebody will just receive AC sense go just leave it brain and the next thing is to make things more difficult, what bout those who bought keke n bike n gave it out what about those who only survive on transport now dey will have to relocate inside street an make change.

crime starts from little things
The difference between those countries and Nigeria is that the level of lawlessness is just intolerable here. Motorbike and keke operators became law unto themselves and all efforts to organize their operations were fruitless.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by lastempero: 7:13pm On Feb 02
How do people without mobility cope considering their number.
Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by GoldenBeast: 7:23pm On Feb 02
KRIPAAAA
Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by phantom(m): 7:29pm On Feb 02
We survived in PH when okadas were banned in 2012, even though keke in some areas dey cause nuisance. Eg rumuagholu.
You will survive in Lagos without them!

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by toideve(m): 7:30pm On Feb 02
kenzosky:
Though i'm not in support of the government taking away the source of survival from the bikes and keke drivers without first offering them an alternative,but i think this is a good development.
Too much tricycle and bikes runing around in a city constitute trash and pollution which further encourages insects,pests, mice, rats, pigeons, and flies all thriving Off of decomposing garbage.
Trash Clogs Drains. ...
Trash Pollutes Natural Resources.
Trash Turns Away Tourists.
Trash Lowers Property Value. ...
Trash Is a Safety Hazard. And not to talk about how those bandits from some parts of the nation are secretly executing their hidden evil plans in the south by killing, kidnapping, stealing etc all in the guise of a keke or a bike rider. Kudos to the Lagos government for this initiative.

This your analysis is not well put.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by kolakolex: 7:34pm On Feb 02
lastempero:
How do people without mobility cope considering their number.

We adapt too quickly in this part of the country and that's why the govt don't take us serious when we protest against any policy;They know we are quick to adapt.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by sofiscatedmoron: 8:00pm On Feb 02
But there is no alternative to keke, any?
Lagos is a highly populated place, where people climb each other to pass through

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by lastempero: 8:16pm On Feb 02
kolakolex:


We adapt too quickly in this part of the country and that's why the govt don't take us serious when we protest against any policy;They know we are quick to adapt.

It doesnt make any sense, just bringing out policies without considering the effect on the populace.

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Re: CMS Lagos Without Keke And Okada, Looks Like This (Photos) by Renforce: 8:36pm On Feb 02
Sanity restored!



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