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Lagos government warns pedestrians over Blue Line rail tracks

By Guardian Exclusive
01 November 2022   |   12:48 pm
The Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority, LAMATA, is warning pedestrians about contact with the electrified Blue Line Rail. Pedestrians who cross the planned electrified railway track system risk being electrocuted.

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