4 Traffic Related Issues The Nigerian Government Needs To Investigate And Address

Nigerian road users have seen a lot ,experienced a lot .But recent spike in things that shouldn’t be happening is a cause for concern.And hopefully the government would investigate and produce a lasting solution if possible.

Lets find out some of them.

1.Increase In Fire Incidences
This may seem vague to some of you but take a close look,create a pattern .There have been so many Danfo,Tanker and private car fire incidences in the past 2 months,sure some of them are a result of over-speeding but not all.Is there a problem with the petroleum products being sold to Nigerians ?.Oh! maybe this is why the fuel in my generator doesn’t last any more .

2.Uber Palaver
If you have been following us here on Autojosh you would have seen about 4-5 cases related to Uber in the last two months.Drivers and passengers have had a fair share of the issues that come with Uber,including robbery.What is the government doing about this ?.How effective has the new taxi law in Lagos been, which promised the safety of people that use Uber ?.

3.One Chance
While this is not new in Nigeria ,it has seen a considerable increase from mid 2016 to April 2017.Some even use POS machines to rob their victims !.What measures are being put in place to avert this or catch the perpetrators in a worse case scenario .

4.Highway Robberies
A close cousin to one chance and not also new in Nigeria ,but with recent occurrences in the last one month I had to add this .The government has to channel certain armed forces or make use of recent technology to avert this.

What are your thoughts on this ?

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By Donald3d

https://autojosh.com/4-traffic-related-issues-nigerian-government-needs-investigate-address/

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32 Comments

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    Emioge Oghenethoja4 months agoReply

    I’M More Concern About That Of Uber

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    Philip Hezekiah4 months agoReply

    you are right Emioge

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    kayode oyebanji4 months agoReply

    nice info..we hope it gets to the traffic and road safety agencies

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    Akpan Umoetuk3 months agoReply

    Them no dey do their work well

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    Godly Ofekeze3 months agoReply

    The government are aware of all this things mentioned, they should take needed measures to make sure this things are regulated

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    Abdulsalami Abdullahi3 months agoReply

    may this help improve their work

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    Martins Timilehin2 months agoReply

    They should look into it

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    Martins Timilehin2 months agoReply

    Fg should do something about it

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    Wonderful Archibong2 months agoReply

    they should do that urgently

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    Tania Donald2 months agoReply

    Seriously. FG please work on this to ensure safety

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