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L-R: General Manager, Lagos State Transport Management Authority (LASTMA), Mr. Wale Musa; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation, Dr. Taiwo Salaam; Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Ladi Lawanson; Commissioner for Information & Strategy, Mr. Kehinde Bamigbetan and his counterpart for Special Duties & Inter-Governmental Relations, Mr. Seye Oladejo during a press briefing to announce the restriction of fuel tankers to designated trailer routes and directive to obtain road worthiness certificate, at the Bagauda Kaltho Press Centre, the Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, on Sunday.

Tanker explosion: Lagos issues 30-day ultimatum to articulated vehicles to obtain road worthiness certificate

Following the tragic tanker explosion on Otedola Bridge inward Ojodu Berger along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway which claimed lives and property, the Lagos State Government on Sunday restricted movement of Fuel Tankers to designated trailer route going forward.

FRSC: Accidents claim 178 lives on Lagos, Ogun highways in 5 months

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) says no fewer than 178 people were killed while 1,089 were injured in various crashes on Ogun and Lagos State expressways within five months.

NNPC not federal govt bears the cost of fuel subsidy – VP Yemi Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Monday said the NNPC and not the Federal Government pays for the fuel subsidy that has emerged with the N171 landing cost as against the official retail price of N145.

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