- Two Lagos drivers have got social media talking with their drama as they fought for the right of way in a traffic
- Not minding the damage they could cause to their vehicles, the drivers drove very close to each other as one of them refused to allow the other in his lane
- The driver of the vehicle behind them filmed the drama and social media users flooded the comment section after it was shared online
Lagos state is not for the fainthearted, and a viral video has further proven this. In the video, two drivers fighting for the right of way in traffic drove very close to each other and almost damaged their cars.
The driver of the vehicle behind them filmed the drama as a Toyota Corolla tried to forcefully enter a lane but was unsuccessful because the Hyundai car on the lane wouldn't allow such.
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Both drivers wouldn't mind the damage they were about causing their cars as the vehicle kissed each other and their side mirrors almost got damaged.
The Hyundai car eventually won and the Toyota Corolla trailed behind him as the traffic eased.
Tweeps couldn't stop laughing as they flooded the comment section of the post with their thoughts.
"If you haven’t done this, you have not lived in Lagos."
"Honestly! Driving in Lagos is more a show of ego than anything else! Not like you can carry the road to your house. Just 3 seconds! One reason why there is no much traffic! No one wants to give room for the other and then there’s a gridlock!"
"There is something insane about owing or driving a car in Lagos, even a pastor will turn to a thug within seconds."
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In other news, an elderly Nigerian woman got people talking after she did the unimaginable to a driver who refused to give her and other passengers their balance.
In a video that was shared on Twitter by @iamprofstar, the woman hijacked a big commercial bus and people gathered to behold the spectacle.
The woman hijacked the bus because the driver failed to drop his passengers at Orile bus stop along the Lagos-Badagry Expressway and refused to give them their balance.