More on the gridlock at Apapa

Pulse Nigeria has received an update on the traffic situation at Apapa.

Parked tankers obstructing traffic

Earlier today, Pulse Nigeria reported on the traffic situation at Apapa.

Now, we have received reports that people are still stuck there due to the presence of tankers.

Yesterday, Mr Tokunbo Korodo of National Union Of Petroleum & Natural Gas Workers(NUPENG) said the traffic gridlock in Apapa will not stop until the fuel scarcity is resolved.

Seems like he is right as the traffic was created by tankers, whose drivers parks on major bridges in their search for for petrol.

Unfortunately, innocent residents got stuck in the gridlock on their way to work.

Let's hope these drivers can find petrol soon.

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