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29 Nov
The Kano State Government has banned tricycle riders popularly known in the region as “Adaidaita Sahu” from operating on some major metropolis roads within the state.
29 Aug 2020
The Kaduna State Government has banned tricycle operators from plying major roads within the metropolis, in line with the ongoing transport sector reform. Hajiya Aisha Sa’idu-Bala, Director-General, Kaduna State Transport Regulatory Authority (KADSTRA), announced the ban in a statement in Kaduna. She said all tricycles, “Keke”, are banned from the Kawo-Ali Akilu- Ahmadu Bello-Command Junction…
13 Feb 2020
The ban on commercial motorbikes (okada) and tricycles (keke) on selected roads and areas of Lagos is a necessary measure, even if it is inconvenient at the moment.
13 Nov 2019
The Federal Capital Territory [FCT] Ministerial Task Team on Free Flow of Traffic has joined forces with the Department of Road Traffic Services (DRTS) to enforce the ban on Tricycles popularly called ‘Keke NAPEP’ operating along major highways in the metropolis.

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