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Okada and keke ban leaves Lagos commuters frustrated

By Guardian Exclusive
04 February 2020   |   10:54 am
Monday was the first official workday since the commencement of the Lagos State government’s ban on the operation of okadas and kekes in some parts of the metropolis.⁣ It is a move that has left okada and keke operators, as well as commuters, frustrated.⁣

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