Danfo, okadas return to Lagos roads as NSCDC intercepts seven in Ilorin

Authorities of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) yesterday grabbed seven business vehicles who were going through Ilorin, in Kwara State from Lagos State.

As per the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of NSCDC, Kwara Command, Ayeni Olasunkanmi, the seven vehicles, completely stacked were halted while going through Ilorin for disregarding the coronavirus lockdown gave by the state government.

Kwara had seven days back surveyed its previous choice to permit vehicles to proceed onward days sooner assigned for the restocking of nourishments and different basics, guiding occupants to rather belittle neighborhood shops and watch all security conventions. The survey implies that business and private vehicles are currently banished from working, with the exception of trucks and trailers passing on staples, drugs and other fundamental administrations.

Talking on the block of the vehicles originating from Lagos, Ayeni stated: “The drivers and travelers were captured for abusing the stay-at-home limitation by the legislature. All captured people have been taken to Sango Magistrates’ Court, Ilorin, for legitimate arraignment.”

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Additionally, completely stacked business vehicles were spotted yesterday at Iyana-Isolo zone of Lagos moving towards Toyota-Oshodi territory of the state. Passenger transports undertaking intra and between state trips in Lagos have kept on employing their business in insubordination of the central government’s lockdown request.

The business transports, prevalently known as Danfo, are as yet handling courses, for example, Ojota-Yaba, CMS-Ajah, and Mile 2-Oshodi among others. At Ojota transport stop, conductors are heard shouting courses like Ojuelegba, Oshodi, Yaba. The transport drivers as a rule pass through lanes to avoid the checkpoints on significant streets. Now and again, they part with a whole of cash at police checkpoints to proceed with their excursion.

Additionally, bikes and tricycles have made a steady come back to the streets, working undisturbed particularly from evening till night in neighborhoods and downtown streets. It was additionally seen that proprietors of private vehicles are a piece of the scramble for travelers with a significant number of them crushing upwards of seven people into their vehicles.

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