24 hours to Christmas, Lagos traffic jam enters day two
24 December 2017 | 9:30 am
24 hours to Christmas, Lagos traffic jam enters day two.
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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