The Lagos State Government will confine development on 18 noteworthy streets over the state for President Buhari’s crusade on Saturday at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere.
Previous Minister of State for Defense and Chairman, Transport Committee on President Buhari’s Campaign visit to Lagos State, Demola Seriki, told columnists at a question and answer session in Ikeja on Wednesday that the confinement was fundamental as Buhari would lead other All Progressives Congress individuals to look for Lagosians’ votes in the general races.
He said development would be occupied on the streets with the goal that drivers and suburbanites would not be left stranded. He recorded the influenced regions as the Stadia (Teslim Balogun and National stadia) in and out; Funsho Williams Avenue, Surulere, Lawanson/Itire/Tejuosho Road, Apapa/Costain Road, Abebe town, Eric Moore Road, Eko Bridge/Apongbon, Marina Road, Ikorodu Road, Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Old Toll Gate/Third Mainland Bridge/Obalende, Airport Road, Oshodi-Oworonshoki Expressway, Agege Motor Road, Jibowu territory, Yaba/Muritala Mohammed Way Iddo/Otto, Herbert Macaulay Way and Adekunle and Ijora Olopa.
He said the board of trustees issued the traffic warning to ease development, yet exhorted drivers to avoid Surulere, scene of the rally, demanding that numerous courses would be shut.
“For example, Alaka (by Lanre Shittu Motors) on the administration path, inwards Stadium will be shut to traffic while vehicles will be redirected to the Stadium Bridge on the primary carriage way. Shitta, inwards Stadium and Stadium inwards Shitta will be shut to traffic and vehicles occupied to Adeniran Ogunsanya Street or Akerele expansion.
Traffic from Barracks to Stadium on Funsho Williams Avenue will be redirected to Stadium Bridge on the primary carriage approach to Alaka.” He required the participation of Lagosians, asking inhabitants to go to the setting to get Buhari “to our dear state.” Seriki said more than 100,000 APC individuals were normal at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, adding that Lagos was prepared to convey more than two million votes in favor of the President.
The Federal Road Safety Corps Sector Commander for the state, Hyginus Omeje, said truck drivers would be confined from entering the city from Friday, February 8, in anticipation of the presidential rally on Saturday. “Truck drivers are encouraged to design their developments and participate with officers to guarantee that trucks don’t imperil the tourism warning issued for the wellbeing and solace of all while the occasion kept going,”