COMMANDER of the Joint Task Force set up to tackle the Apapa traffic gridlock, Rear Admiral Okon Eyo, yesterday, assured residents, motorists and other road users in the axis of his readiness to sustain the current sanity on the road in the interest of the public.
Speaking to Vanguard, Eyo said: “I have been on the road for the past two days monitoring and controlling the traffic situation in Apapa. “We are in the process of carrying out a lot of changes. For carrying out the latest operation, I just felt we have to do it considering the long hardship along the area.
“The reason it took this long is due to the fact that we have to weigh our options. That is why I took the advantage of President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to Lagos in order to secure some logistics.
“My intention is to sustain the current sanity in Apapa. I don’t want anybody to suffer unnecessarily any longer on that road”.
The vanguard, Tuesday 12, February.
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