Without any iota of doubt, the Nigerian transport system will always draw a long debate and generate different opinions among users, especially those who see the system as an irony of what a modern transport institution should be.
Despite the effort and commitment of the federal government, the system has not been effectively managed to accommodate the growing population of the country.
And of course, the manifestation of this was boldly shown in a picture shared by a social media user lamenting how people were stuck at a Nigerian rail station jostling for tickets.
This frustration consequently made Nigerians come on Twitter to register their displeasure.
See the tweet:
The angry reactions that followed:
Berating the Nigerian Railway Service, a Twitter user, Shukur, commented: "When we always run business as a nation instead of institution. Make ticketing an online option and save us the stress."
Who bewitched Nigeria?
A Twitter user attributed the long queue to the fear of kidnappers. Going by his comment, those on the queue were forced to seek the stress-filled alternative in order to avoid being kidnapped on Nigerian highways.
Another user was of the opinion that the queue is occasioned by the terrible reality of those running the railway service benefiting from it.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Ghana’s minister for railway development, Joe Ghartey, had commendably eulogised the Nigeria’s minister for transport, Rotimi Amaechi, for his hardworking after the duo went to inspect railway projects and facilities from Lagos to Ibadan.
Ghartey, who was in Nigeria alongside some parliament members from his home country, admitted that even though he worked hard, Nigeria’s Amaechi worked even harder, and this was evident with the level of work that had been completed within a short period of time.
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