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3 Jun
The Lagos State government on May 18, 2022, announced the total ban of the commercial motorcycle, popularly known as Okada. The ban was placed on Six local governments in Lagos. GuardianTV was out to monitor the complaint in parts of the state.
24 May
Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has issued a fresh total ban on Okada riders’ operations in six Local Government Areas, which are Eti-Osa, Ikeja, Lagos Island, Lagos Mainland, Apapa, and Surulere. GuardianTV sample opinion of Lagosians and riders on the ban.
28 Sep 2020
Many in the logistics and courier business have condemned the increase in licensing fees that they view as a threat to their operations. But NIPOST says this was done as part of new regulations aimed at upping the ease of doing business, ‘rejigging’ the logistics and courier sector of the economy, and improving the efficiency of the players in that sector.⁣
8 Jul 2019
Germany is seeing a transportation revolution, as electric scooters win over new riders with their speed and ease. But a spike in accidents involving the new vehicles has sparked concern among police and medical experts.

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