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Sallah: Lagos Bans Sales Of Rams, Cows On Highways As Gridlock Persists

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According to a piece of article sighted by floky on punch, the Lagos State Government on Monday has reiterated its ban on the sales of rams and cows on highways, parks, and medians. This ban has been put in place to decongest the rate of traffic that has persisted in many areas in the state, including the Lagos Ibadan Expressway.

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It was gathered through a reliable source (Punch) that in some areas, commercial buses loaded passengers, goats, and cows in the same vehicles. There have been complaints of hike in transportation fare by some passengers along LASU, Ojo, FESTAC, Iyana Ipaja, and Berger.

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Tunji Bello, Commissioner for the Environment and Water Resources, in a statement on Monday, had said that anyone found guilty of selling rams and cows on highways, parks, and medians would not be spared in enforcing the law.

The statement was titled, ‘Sallah celebration: Ban on sales of rams, cows, on highways parks still in force.

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