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Lagos diverts traffic for Tinubu’s presidential campaign rally

The Lagos State government has announced traffic diversion for the upcoming All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential and governorship rallies scheduled to hold on November 26…

The Lagos State government has announced traffic diversion for the upcoming All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential and governorship rallies scheduled to hold on November 26 at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos State from 9am to 4pm.

Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Frederic Oladeinde, announced this in a statement made available to our correspondent.

He disclosed that traffic on Funsho Williams/Western Avenue inward Lagos Island would be diverted to the Express Lanes at Barracks bus stop for people going to Constain, Apapa, Ijora, Victoria Island, Lagos Island, and off to Olumegbon for people going to New Lagos/Surulere areas.

He said that traffic on Funsho Williams/Western Avenue inward Surulere/Ojuelegba would be diverted to the Express Lanes/Stadium Bridge at Alaka bus stop for people going to Mushin, Palmgrove, Ikeja, Ojota, Ikorodu areas, and off to Bode Thomas and Eric Moore at Iponri Estate for people going to New Lagos/Surulere areas.

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He added that vehicular movement on Alhaji Masha Road to Akerele/Shitta junction and Funsho Williams from Olumegbon junction to Alaka would be totally restricted for safety, as only human traffic would be allowed.

He solicited residents cooperation with all the law enforcement officials assigned to carry out their respective tasks.