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Lagos issues travel advisory ahead APC presidential campaign November 26
 
By: News Editor
Thu, 24 Nov 2022   ||   Nigeria, Lagos
 

The Lagos State Government on Thursday, released travel advisory ahead of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential rally, to be held at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, on Saturday, November, 26th.
The APC Presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his running mate, Kashim Shettima will address the rally.
The travel advisory was contained in a statement by the Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde.
Oladeinde said the advisory is to enable the motoring public reached their desired destinations without delay.
Below is the Travel Advisory
FROM IKORODU ROAD TO LAGOS ISLAND THROUGH FUNSHO WILLIAMS AVENUE:
(a) Take Ketu to Ojota Interchange-Alapere-Ogudu-Third Mainland Bridge and continue your journey
                                                                 OR
(b) Anthony interchange-Gbagada-Third Mainland Bridge and continue your journey
                                                                 OR
(c) Fadeyià Jibowu-Herbert Macaulay Way-Adekunle-Third Mainland Bridge to connect destination
                                                                 OR
(d) Fadeyià Jibowu-Herbert Macaulay Way-Alagomeji-Murtala Muhammed Wayà Alagomeji-Iddo-Oyingbo-Carter Bridge (Idumota) and connect desired destination
FROM AGEGE MOTOR ROAD TO LAGOS ISLAND THROUGH FUNSHO WILLAIMS AVENUE:
(a) Moshalasi-Empire-Jibowu-Herbert Macaulay Way-Adekunle-Third Mainland Bridge to connect desired destination
                                                                       OR
(b) Moshalasi-Empire-Jibowu-Herbert Macaulay Way-Alagomeji-Muritala Muhammed Way-Iddo-Oyingbo-Carter Bridge (Idumota) and connect desired destination
 FROM IKORODU ROAD TO SURULERE:
(a) Use Ojuelegba (Service Lane)-Lawansonà Itire Road-Ogunlana Drive-Akerele Street– Shitta and continue with your journey
                                      OR
(b) Stadium Bridge-Alaka-Bode Thomas Street and connect destination
                                   OR
(c) Alakaà Iponri-Iponri Estate-Bode Thomas Street and continue with your journey
                                      OR
(d) From Iponri-Costain-Abebe Village (Nigerian Breweries)-Eric Moore à Bode Thomas Street and connect desired destination
FROM LAGOS ISLAND/EKO BRIDGE TO IKORODU ROAD
Use Funsho Williams Avenue on main carriage way-Ojuelegba Bridge-Dorman -Long Bridge-Fadeyi and continue your journey
FROM LAGOS ISLAND/EKO BRIDGE/COSTAIN TO SURULERE:
(a) Use Costain-Abebe Village (Nigerian Breweries)-Eric MooreàBode Thomas Street and connect desired destination
                                                                      OR
(b) Costain-Iponri Estate-Bode Thomas and continue your journey
                                                                      OR
(c) Eko Bridge-Stadium Bridge-Barracks-Ojuelegba (Service Lane)-Lawanson-Itire Road and continue your journey
FROM SURULERE TO LAGOS ISLAND VIA STADIUM:
(a)  Take Shitta-Adeniran Ogunsanya-Bode Thomas Street-Iponri  Estate-Costain and continue your journey
                                                                        OR
(b)  Take Shitta-Adeniran Ogunsanya-Bode Thomas Street-Eric Moore-Abebe Village (Nigerian Breweries)-Costain and continue your journey
FROM SURULERE TO IKORODU ROAD:
(a) Use Mashaà Shitta-Akerele-Ojuelegba (service lane)-Dorman-Long Bridge-Fadeyi and connect desired destination
                                                                       OR
(b) Use Mashaà Shitta-Akereleà Ojuelegba service lane)-Empire-Jibowu-Fadeyi and connect desired destination.
The Commissioner for Transportation said in the wake of the event and to facilitate free flow of traffic, the following sections of the road will be temporarily closed and traffic diverted as stated below:
‘’Service lane from Barracks leading to the Stadium, and traffic diverted to the main carriageway inwards Stadium Bridge to Iponri.’’
‘’Service lane leading to Stadium from Alaka, and traffic diverted to the main carriageway inwards Stadium Bridge to Ojuelegba.’’
‘’Shitta Bridge and service lane leading to Stadium after Shitta Roundabout, and traffic diverted to either Adeniran Ogunsanya Street or Akerele Street.’’
Oladeinde reiterated that there will be zero tolerance to unlawful and haphazard parking of vehicles on both sides of the Stadium Bridge, urging all party dignitaries (VVIPs, VIPs), guests, stalwarts, party faithful and members to make use of the designated Car Park at the National Stadium to promote orderliness, safety and security of lives and property as well as free flow of traffic (human and vehicular traffic) in and around the venue.

 

 

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