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Commuters groan in Lagos over drivers’ strike

By Guardian Exclusive
02 November 2022   |   10:50 am
Thousands of commuters were stranded on Monday and expected to be through the week as the Joint Drivers’ Welfare Association of Nigeria (JDWAN) commenced a seven-day strike over “multiple and excessive extortions” by the Parks Management Committee headed by Musiliu Akinsanya.

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