Lagos Red Line Rail, Oct 1, Yaba

Lagos Red Line Rail, Oct 1

Lagos Red Line Rail: Yaba diversion starts Oct 1, alternative routes announced

Lagos Red Line Rail: Yaba diversion starts Oct 1, alternative routes announced

9/27/2021 1:07:00 PM

Lagos Red Line Rail : Yaba diversion starts Oct 1 , alternative routes announced

Nigerians using routes in the Yaba area of Lagos will have to endure a three-month diversion as the Red Line Rail project begins. The first phase of the

Nigerians using routes in the Yaba area of Lagos will have to endure a three-month diversion as the Red Line Rail project begins.The first phase of the construction will commence October 1. The Murtala Muhammed Way will be closed until January 1, 2022.

[BREAKING] Man United vs Liverpool: United suffer historic 5-0 humiliation - Punch Newspapers Christians should get involved in politics, not only prayers –Emmanuel, PFN leader Wolfsburg sack coach Mark Bommel

Transportation Commissioner, Frederic Oladeinde in a statement advised motorists heading to Murtala Muhammed Way from Western Avenue to use Empire Road at Jibowu.The Murtala Muhammed Way and Yaba-bound traffic will be diverted to Empire Road to access Western Avenue.

Motorists on Herbert Macaulay Way can also use Empire Road to connect Western Avenue to reach their destinations.Citizens that will board the train from Mobolaji Johnson Station at Ebute Meta were asked to adjust their movement to avoid missing their trips.

Alternatively, they can board the train from Babatunde Raji Fashola Train Station in Agege.There will be signages on the access roads as well as officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) to manage traffic flow and minimize inconveniences.

Oladeinde noted that the site will be cordoned off for safety, while emergency vehicles will be on ground to tow broken-down vehicles.The commissioner assured that the three months construction was to ensure that the Lagos Red Line Rail was completed in record time.

Read more: Daily Post Nigeria »

PUNCH Extra: Meet Ondo Varsity Students Who Built Robotic Dog | Punch

Some students of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba have developed a robotic dog. We spoke to them and their supervisor, Dr Jelil Adedeji on their insp...

Two die, 7 injured in Lagos-Abeokuta expressway crash - Daily TrustTwo persons have died while seven others sustained varying degree of injuries on Saturday when a Toyota Sienna car rammed into some commuters at Kudigbe, around Arigbajo, on the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway. May God protect us and our loved one. Nigeria Govt should try their best to fix our roads as well. Toyota Camry LE 2007 Blue Automatic Excellent and fantastic, every component is perfect shape. The interior is very clean. The body is crystal clean. 3,400,000 naira

Passport backlog: Immigration CG sends special team to Ikoyi office in LagosThe acting Comptroller General, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Idris Isah Jere has dispatched a Special Task Force to the Ikoyi Passport Office in Every time Mr David Hundeyin puts out an investigative piece out there, the government agencies/agents affected scramble for damage control. A new avenue to legalize kickback and front. We need to collectively fight corruption, otherwise, Nigeria will sink further and remain there. Grand deception. NIS personnel amassing wealth and inconveniencing NIGERIANS. An organization delivering PAIN instead of service.

Two die in Lagos-Abeokuta expressway accidentThe driver of the vehicle reportedly attempted to avoid a ditch and ran into commuters waiting by the roadside to board...

Immigration CG Directs Clearance Of Passport Backlog In LagosThe acting Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service (Ag. CGI), Isah Jere Idris, has directed the clearance of all existing backlog of passport David hundeyin exposure in action

Lagos trains operational 'last quarter 2022' - Sanwo-OluThe governor hailed the Chinese contractor for the speed of the construction. Every year they give us a new date for this project 😂😂😂

A baroque of poignant evocations about Lagos life | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsLagos is touted as the city where dreams are made manifest and people from broad nations and all walks of life converge in this maze of a city to work out their dreams.