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State government resolves to ban ‘Okada’, take over uncompleted buildings

By TVC News Nigeria
12 May 2021   |   6:31 am
The Lagos state government says it will BAN the use of Okada as means of transportation in the State and also take control of abandoned vehicles including those in the nooks and crannies of the State.

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