Several top government officials including Lagos state governor Akinwunmi Ambode have toured the Apapa expressway to witness the terrible gridlock caused by tankers and trailers.

Several promises have been made to end the pain of people using that road, but no result has turned out as motorists and passengers continue to suffer.

The Lagos State Commissioner For Police Imohimi Edgal has delved into the matter. Are there going to be results? Time will tell.

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The CP noted that the gridlock is a lingering problem caused by port reforms, road construction and activities generated by various tank farms located in Apapa and environs.

He had a meeting on Wednesday attended by the Brigade Commander 9th Brigade, Sector Commander FRSC, Commandant NSCDC, General manager of LASTMA, Area Commanders and Divisional Police Officers with jurisdictional responsibilities to areas affected.

The meeting continues on Thursday, July 19.

After thanking the people of Apapa for their patience, Edgal said very soon, the traffic palaver will be permanently resolved.

The CP assures that all routes to and fro Apapa wharf are effectively policed by Motorcycle and Foot patrol teams. 

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