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A frenzied week

Business Day Online 17 Jun 2021
Moji and Chigozie stared at each other within the four-sectioned cubicle, which they occupied in the Newsroom. Almost in unison, they sighed in relief. Today, after all, was a Friday. The week had been hectic ... The newsroom was virtually aflame ... members only ... .
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Apapa: Lagos-Ibadan rail opens new opportunities for cargo evacuation

Business Day Online 16 Jun 2021
With this, passengers, and goods are expected to move directly by rail from Apapa port to the Inland Container Depot (ICD) in Ibadan, Oyo State ... Pundits believed that allowing all cargoes go on the road, keeps Apapa roads in a clog state ... Island Port as well to relieve Apapa.
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Apapa motorists fume at clearance of gridlock for Buhari

Business Day Online 10 Jun 2021
“See how all the traffic chaos has been cleared just so the president will now see it”, said a resident in Apapa who will normally spend more than five hours daily in traffic ... Another resident liken what is happening in Apapa to a banana republic, saying “it is a very sorry state of affairs.”.
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Tight security, traffic‐free roads in Apapa as Buhari visits Lagos

Business Day Online 10 Jun 2021
As at 9 o’clock Wednesday night, the normal queue of trucks in and out of Apapa had disappeared. The round the clock, seven days a week chaos that has become a major feature of Apapa, causing hours of unending traffic jams, was gone ... This is the second time Apapa is experiencing a gridlock-free day following the visit of President Buhari.
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Apapa gridlock: Hope alive three months after deploying call up technology

Business Day Online 09 Jun 2021
With Apapa housing Nigeria’s two major seaports (Apapa and Tin-Can Ports), over 27 tank farms, several off-dock terminals, and manufacturing facilities, movement in and out of the city remained a hard nut to crack for several years ... One of the biggest setbacks for the call up was road construction in Apapa.
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Nigeria: Apapa Gridlock - Again, NPA, Lagos Govt Seek Solutions

All Africa 07 Jun 2021
"We believe there are over 30 checkpoints within the Apapa and TinCan Port axis, and we believe that this is a major issue causing delays and a whole lot of problems ....
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Apapa gridlock: What next after call-up system collapse?

Business Day Online 07 Jun 2021
Only yesterday, Apapa residents, business owners, motorists and sundry stakeholders were asking whether the electronic call-up system introduced four months ago ...
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Apapa Gridlock - NSC, FRSC Sign MoU On Standards for Truckers

All Africa 04 Jun 2021
The Nigerian Shippers' Council (NSC) and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to set standards for truck owners and drivers ....
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Oyo State Govt seeks to hold 15% equity in Ibadan Inland Dry Port

Business Day Online 26 May 2021
Oyo State is pushing to have 15 percent equity in the dry port and industrial park projects ... The Governor further said that allowing Oyo State to have equity in the port project would be best for the project because it would enable the development of solid infrastructure that would cater for the challenges coming from Apapa. Read Also. Apapa ... .
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Gridlock - Miscreants Flee, As Soldiers Return to Oshodi-Apapa Expressway

All Africa 17 May 2021
Hoodlums and transport union members, who have taken over control of traffic along Oshodi-Apapa expressway, have disappeared from the road, following the presence of soldiers to the axis, thereby easing traffic ....
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Nigeria: Apapa Traffic Gridlock May Hurt AfCFTA's Gains, Operators Warn

All Africa 17 May 2021
Some members of the organised private sector (OPS) have ...
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Nigeria: Apapa - How Saboteurs Hijacked e-Call-Up System, As Gridlock Worsens

All Africa 13 May 2021
... have hijacked the control of traffic in the Apapa axis.
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Apapa: Any link between Usman’s suspension and worsening gridlock?

Business Day Online 13 May 2021
Apapa gridlock has taken a turn for the worse and, once again, the port city has become impenetrable with the unfortunate consequences of keeping ...
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