- Ademola and Pamilerin, two Nigerians, have given a review of the new Lagos-Ibadan train service
- Both riders agreed that the Air Conditioner (AC) in the coaches is too much and should be controlled
- Their experience spiked the curiosity of others who said they would try the alternative transport system
More Nigerians keep testing out the new Lagos-Ibadan speed rail and their experiences of the service have been marvelling so far.
Two other people identified as Ademola and Pamelerin are the latest to share how their first ride on the newly built train went.
On Tuesday, December 29, Ademola said that going by how smooth the ride was, he will be taking the transport system again.
He, however, booked the first-class coach. Just like others before him, the rider said that AC is too cold and would need to be regulated.
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See Ademola's tweet below:
Pamilerin’s experience amplified the state of the AC. The photo he shared showed him slouched on his seat with his iPhone plugged in the socket.
“AC don kill me oooo.”
Legit.ng compiled reactions from both post below:
"Na so the A.C go de work till when e begin spoil and the train go de congested cos of insecurity on the high way, then they'd even start selling standing ticket same price with the price for seats, Kaduna-Abuja train stations have been there."
"Abeg, how do I board a train to Ibadan from Lagos? Somebody should epp biko."
"PMB over try in this area and second Niger bridge too. But economy and security is too bad. God should help him to achieve good results before he leaves office."
"People are downplaying the impact of the railway revolution,self denial or just plain hatred,one of the best success of this admin."
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"Abi make I carry my last #2500 enter train reach Ibadan, then trek back?"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a small boy walked up to Nigerian Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka aboard the speed train and asked him to sign on a piece of paper.
Sharing photos and a video of the event, his dad identified as Alli-Balogun H Lekan said that "children get away with a lot".
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