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1 Mar
On Tuesday, 18th of January 2022, the Lagos state government announced the introduction of a Consolidated Informal Transport Sector Levy of N800 daily to be paid by each bus driver, saying the initiative, which is to take effect from 1st of February, was to harmonise the taxes paid by transporters to the state government. GuardianTV spoke with the affected drivers and conductors on their thoughts about the levy.
8 Aug 2019
They are everywhere, energetic and sometimes hyperactive. If you use public transport in Lagos every day, you would have seen them. Bus conductors are an integral part of the city.

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