The Okada ban directive is still taking place in Lagos State as the Government has restated the consequences that await riders and passengers who fail to obey the instructions.
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On the Lagos State Okada Ban incident, the government has put in motion an Anti-Okada Enforcement Squad to carry out the restrictions of motorcyclists’ activities in areas they’ve been prohibited to operate.
Regarding the Okada ban, the Lagos State Arewa Community General Assembly, LASACOMM, has asked motorcyclists to obey the directives of the state government and avoid the areas that have been restricted to bike services.
The Lagos State Police Command have already started making arrests and have so far apprehended thirty five motorcyclists for breaking the law and successfully confiscated one hundred and ninety five motorbikes.
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The Oyo state government through its road transport management authority on Monday 3rd February 2020, reacts to the increase of Okada influx into the state.