The much-anticipated Lagos marathon is going down tomorrow, Saturday, February 10.

As a result, Eko Electricity Distribution Company, EKEDC on Friday said it will close its cash offices along the Lagos marathon route.

Mr Godwin Idemudia, the company’s General Manager, Corporate Communications, said that the offices would reopen on Monday, February 12.

Idemudia said in a statement in Lagos that the company’s e-payment platforms would remain operational.

He said that the company regretted inconveniences the closure would cause its customers while appreciating them for their understanding and cooperation at all times.

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Meanwhile, the Lagos State Police Command has warned all those who parked their vehicles along the Marathon route to move them away or have them towed by the traffic managers with its attendant consequence.

The full marathon, now an IAAF Bronze Labeled race, will start at 6.30am, at the National Stadium Surulere, Lagos and finish at Eko Atlantic City, Victoria Island.

The second race, 10km Family Race will start 8.30 at Lekki Roundabout after the Ikoyi-Lekki Bridge and finish at the Eko Atlantic City.

The organisers have appealed to all Lagosians to follow communications on road closures and alternative roads on race day as roads on the marathon routes will be closed for about seven hours.

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