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Lagos enforces one-way rule on Charity-Ladipo road



The Lagos State Ministry of Transportation, yesterday, began mounting barricades on road linking Ladipo from Charity Bus Stop, Lagos.
This will affect motorists connecting Ladipo, Mushin, and environs from the airport link bridge.


Before now, commuters who access Ladipo come through the Apakun-Oshodi link bridge and descend from the bridge close to the Army Resettlement centre, Charity, Oshodi, and connect to Mushin.

Last month, the Federal Ministry Of Works and Housing mounted a one-way sign on the road.  

The one-way signage was erected on Monday, August 23, 2021, without prior information and many motorists lamented what they termed high-handedness of Lagos Task Force officials, who were enforcing compliance.


Speaking with The Guardian yesterday, the engineer on site, explained that anyone who wants to connect to Ladipo and Mushin from the Airport road will go through Fatai Atere or look for other alternatives as the Task Force will start clamping down on anyone trying to connect with the service lane.

When asked if the Army will also be prevented from connecting to the barracks at Charity, he said the ministry would find a solution to that. He also said all airport-bound vehicles trying to connect to the MMIA must make a U-turn at Bolade Oshodi.


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