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Governor Ambode Is About To Remove An Important (And Annoying!) Feature From Lagos Roads In 2017

Governor Ambode Insists Danfo Buses Go In 2017.

In line with the plans of Lagos Governor, Akinwunmi Amode towards morphing Lagos into a mega city, the governor has once again reiterated the moves by his administration to ensure the regular yellow commercial buses popularly known as ‘danfo’ will be removed from Lagos roads.

The governor stated that the commercial buses will make way for a more efficient, well-structured and world class mass transportation system that would facilitate ease of movement within the city.

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Speaking at the 14th Annual Lecture of the Centre for Values in Leadership (CVL) held at Muson Centre, Ambode admitted that the present connectivity mode in Lagos was not acceptable and befitting for a mega city, and as such a well-structured transportation mode would soon be put in place to address the challenge.

In his words, “when I wake up in the morning and see all these yellow buses, okada and all kinds of tricycles and then we claim we are a mega city, that is not true and we must first acknowledge that that is a faulty connectivity that we are running.”

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He continued that “having accepted that, we have to look for the solution and that is why we want to banish yellow buses this year. We must address the issue of connectivity that makes people to move around with ease and that is where we are going.”

“For instance, people going from Ikorodu to CMS have started leaving their cars at home because the buses are very convenient and so why can’t we do that for other places? Yes, we don’t have the money to do that but we can go to the capital market and then improve on the technology of collection of fares and that will encourage investors and then the city will change,” he concluded.

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Source: Insidemainland.com

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