He stated that living in Lekki, Lagos state, especially after Chevron with the traffic situation, could only be described as trials and tribulation while noting that no one should have to experience such traffic consistently for an extended period.
The gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey also pointed out that people are still building, and the developers are churning out blocks of flats, houses, terraces, detached houses every day. As a result of this, there is an increase in cars on the road axis because most people getting these houses have at least two vehicles with little or no alternate route.
He recounted the number of flights he missed because he lives in Lekki and revealed that there is also one on the line as he is not the type to hire sirens to bulldoze people off the road.
Nathaniel Bassey went ahead to request a creative solution as soon as possible besides road expansion. He suggested there is more enforceability on the traffic rules, more personnel, sealing up inadequate portions that slow down traffic.
The gospel singer then recounted on road users he saw driving on the wrong side of the road despite having a big church sticker on their car while stating that one can not help but ask if our brand of Christianity permits it.