The protest by transporters and motorists in Oshodi Apapa (Lagos State) has caused a lot of problem within the area. The transporters are protesting over the alleged maltreatment they receive from taskforce operatives in Lagos State.
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However, the angry protesters blocked Oshodi road with bonfires and they prevented commercial vehicles from passing through the road.
Also, this protest have affected lot of businesses and many people were blocked from going to work because of this ongoing protest along Oshodi road.
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So, here are 2 ways to stop the ongoing protest in Lagos State over the alleged maltreatment of transporters.
The State Government Should Visit The Angry Protesters Along Oshodi Road.
The governor of lagos state (Sanwo-Olu) should visit or send a representative to meet these angry transporters that are protesting along Oshodi Road.
Sanwo-Olu should address these angry protesters to know why they are protesting and he should calm down the tension within the area.
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Also, Sanwo-Olu should meet the leaders of these transporters and interact with them so that they will stop the ongoing protest along Oshodi expressway.
Lagos State Police Should Deploy Their Officers To Restore Peace Along Oshodi Road Where The Transporters Are Protesting.
Another way to stop the ongoing protest in Lagos State is by sending police officers to the area.
The police officers will ensure that properties and lives are not destroyed during the protest. Also, they will make the angry transporters to stop the ongoing protest and allow vehicles to pass through Oshodi road.
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