Commuters Continue in Their Cry-Out on Apapa Gridlock

Sandra Ukele.
The traffic gridlock in Apapa and its environs knows no respite as transporters and commuters bemoan the constant ordeal of finding their paths through the quagmire of ongoing reconstruction of the federal road.

Recently, the Managing Director of Nigeria Ports Authority Miss Hadiza Bala Usman calls on the road contractors A.G. Dangote to hasten the reconstruction of the access route and join the Federal Government with aligning processes that would aid the success of Ease of Doing Business.

Miss Usman also highlights the Government's willingness in ensuring convenience and sustainability on its policy of Ease of Doing Business.

Making this known to journalists and stakeholders as she conducts a tour about Tin-Can and Apapa access routes to determine the progress on the reconstruction and facilitation of the port access roads Usman admonishes the civil construction giant Dangote to quicken the process and make the international roads available to users.

Meanwhile, a stakeholders meeting comprising officials of Federal Ministry of Works, government agencies, Freight Forwarders and Truck owners have asked truck drivers to desist from indiscriminate parking and give heed to the Lagos State directive of quitting the port access roads until construction is completed.

Making an investigative trip around the Apapa and Western Avenue routes Shores2Shores discovers it is still a nightmare for commuters to find their ways through the quagmires of reconstruction.

Passengers boarding a vehicle from Ojuelegba intending to alight at Wharf bus stop are forced to vacate the vehicle while the driver makes a sharp  u-turn back to Ojuelegba leaving the sickening road an inaccessible beehive.


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