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Lagosians speak on LASTMA’s new powers

By Guardian Exclusive
11 July 2019   |   5:32 pm
Traffic and gridlock in Lagos state have continued to be a huge challenge especially during the raining season and festive period. GuardianTV speaks to Lagosians about the new Lagos Road and Traffic law and how this has affected transportation in Lagos.

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