Okada ban: Man shares video of horses, says Eko Hotel to Ajah goes for N3k

Okada ban: Man shares video of horses, says Eko Hotel to Ajah goes for N3k

- The Lagos state government recently put a ban on okada and keke napep movement in some areas in the state

- It was reported that the ban includes major roads, highways, and bridges cutting across different parts of the state

- Lagosians cried out after the ban, noting that okada and keke napep are easy ways to get around Lagos when traffic is heavy

- Looks like Nigerians have found a way to leave in Lagos without the help of okada and keke napep riders

- A video of people riding horses around Lagos has surfaced on social media

Nigerians always find a way to survive especially those living in Lagos state where everything seems like a hustle. It seems like Nigerians have now found a way around living in a Lagos without okada and keke napep.

Legit.ng had earlier reported that the Lagos state government banned okada and keke napep riders from plying major roads, highways, and bridges in the state.

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A video that recently surfaced on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, makes it seem like Lagosians have found a way around the ban.

Nigerians had taken to social media to complain about the ban which took effect on Saturday, February 1.

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Man says Eko Hotel to Ajah goes for N3k on horseback Source: Ayemojubar
Source: Twitter

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However, a new Twitter video shows people riding horses around Lagos state. The video was shared by a Twitter user identified simply as, Ayemojubar.

Ayemojubar joked about the horses becoming a transport service that can be ordered. The social media user said the service would also have an app that can be downloaded online.

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The Twitter user added that horseback rides from Eko Hotel to Ajah area of Lagos state would go for N3000.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the ban of okada and keke in some major Lagos roads led to violence on the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway. Some irate okada riders were seen attacking a BRT bus on the expressway causing a slight delay and roadblock.

It took the intervention of some military men passing on the road before the situation was brought under control.

It was gathered that despite the ban, some brave okada riders have continued plying the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway in spite of the ban.

The riders were seen on Lagos-Abeokuta expressway picking stones and pelting the BRT buses around Ile-Zik end of the expressway.

The commotion started after a car hit an okada rider and the attempt an official of the Lagos State Traffic Management to ease off the traffic at the scene proved abortive until military men came on the scene.

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