Okada ban: Man escapes Lagos state law by mounting dustbin on his bike

Okada ban: Man escapes Lagos state law by mounting dustbin on his bike

- A rider in Lagos state has devised a way to beat the state's ban on Okadas

- In a video that has gone viral online, the man tied a trash can behind his bike so he could look like a dispatch rider

- It should be noted that the ban on Okadas and Kekes by the government started on Saturday, February 1

The Okada ban by the Lagos state government which restricted the movement of bikes and Keke (motorcycles) has no doubt put many residents under untold hardship.

With Lagos frustrating traffic, many are having a hard time getting to work as their sole means of cutting traffic is no more.

Among ways to ensure they get to their workplaces on time is having to wake up on time so as to set out early.

In a recent video spotted by Legit.ng online, a man was seen trying to bypass the new law by turning his Okada into a dispatch bike.

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It should be noted that dispatch bikes are exempted from the ban as only commercial Okadas and Kekes are affected.

The said man used a dust bin to serve as a delivery box and he donned a helmet in a way that makes him look like a dispatch rider.

Watch the video below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported Music act Oluwafemi Oladapo popularly known as Slimcase, appeared to be in complete support of the transport policy by the Babajide Sanwo-Olu led government.

The artist who gained the love of fans mostly because of his street-hop style, applauded the decision by the government of Lagos state.

According to him, the ban on Okada is the best decision ever. Slimcase made this known during a live Instagram video session, adding that now that the state is free of okadas and kekes, the next phase of making Lagos a mega-city is to expand the roads.

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In other news, a Nigerian Twitter user with the name Zeal Ak took his time to dissect the country’s way of practicing Christianity.

In speaking specifically to Nigerian Christians, the person said that many religious houses do not guarantee righteousness.

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He said that righteousness is only determined when there is love for the less privileged and there is adequate healthcare for everyone.

Zeal Ak went further to say that the evil plaguing the nation has nothing to do with God, saying they are rather the grave consequence of a long culture of not practicing for the future.

Ak’s hammer did not miss religious leaders too as he said that they are transaction on the sufferings of the people for their own personal gains.

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