By Our Reporters
LAGOS— DESPITE the expiration of the presidential order for the relocation of trucks from roads in Apapa and its environs, the enforcement is suffering set back following the continued presence of articulated trucks on most of the routes.
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Gridlock is still being experienced on most of the roads, indicating that there is practically little or no improvement since the task force commenced duties.
As at yesterday, some of the major flashpoints like Mile-2, Mazamaza, Coconut, Kirikiri Bridge, Costain, and Iganmu Bridge, leading to Ijora, were still occupied by trucks.
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Some trucks were found to have relocated to most streets in Ajegunle and Old Ojo Road, thereby hindering human and vehicular movement.
Though Vanguard discovered that some minimal gains had been recorded in a few areas, it was difficult accessing the aforementioned…