Readers say trailers, trucks are the cause of traffic congestion in Lagos

While Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Lagos State chapter, is blaming Governor Akinwunmi Ambode for the increase in traffic in Lagos, our readers blame trailers and trucks.

Trucks causing traffic

Yesterday, Pulse Nigeria reported that the Lagos State chapter of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is blaming Governor Akinwunmi Ambode for the recent increase in traffic.

We asked our readers if they agreed with PDP or if the blame fell solely on trailers and trucks.

Unsurprisingly, all the readers went for the second option, thereby blaming trailer and trucks for the traffic congestion in Lagos state.

No one voted for anyone of the other choices.

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