Unbelievable Scenes Of Jubilation Of a Danfo Driver Over Ban Of (Vio) In Lagos

Unbelievable Scenes Of Jubilation Of a Danfo Driver Over Ban Of (Vio) In Lagos

motorists and transport unions on Wednesday expressed big relief at the recent ban of Vehicle Inspection Officers ( Vio)from Lagos roads. The Lagos re...

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motorists and transport unions on Wednesday expressed big relief at the recent ban of Vehicle Inspection Officers ( Vio)from Lagos roads.

The Lagos residents, who spoke in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria, commended the state government for the ban, saying that it would ease the flow of traffic on the roads.

Alhaji Tajudeen Agbede,the Lagos State Chairman, National Union of Road Transport Workers,(NURTW) told NAN that the development would bring positive change across the state.

Tajudeen Agbede Said “The ban is a welcome development and will allow free flow of traffic across the state. At times, some of the traffic congestions that motorists encounter are due to the activities of the VIOs on the roads. Many times, traffic stalls and builds up while the VIO personnel are checking vehicle particulars on the roads.

“Checking vehicle particulars using technology is definitely the way to go to ensure that road users are not hampered in any way,’’

He urged motorists to visit VIO offices to renew their licences and maintain the road worthiness standards of their vehicles.

“I advise transporters and other motorists to maintain sanity on the roads and not flout traffic laws due to the ban on VIO officials,’’ the NURTW chairman cautioned.

A commercial driver, Mr Wale Akinsanya, said, he is happy over the ban, because it would reduce traffic jams on the roads.

Mrs Dorcas Ogunnaike, a motorist in Lagos, however said, of the opinion that the ban on VIOs would result in the return of rickety vehicles to the roads.

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