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Okada&Keke Ban: Lagos Commissioner asks commuters to embrace walking

By Guardian Exclusive
05 February 2020   |   3:30 pm
With a lot of Lagosians now walking to get to their various destinations following the ban on the operation of okadas and kekes in some parts of Lagos, Commissioner for Information Gbenga Omotoso would probably be glad about his recent admonition for residents to exercise more to stay healthy.⁣⁣

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