Police, LATSMA pass buck over scuttling of e-Call Up system


Gridlock: Tension rises in Apapa as suspected miscreants launch attack on Presidential task team
File: Gridlock as tankers shut down Apapa road.

By Evelyn Usman & Godwin Bivbere 

THE relevant traffic agencies responsible for restoring sanity on the Apapa Oshodi expressway, yesterday, engaged in buck-passing over an alleged conspiracy to scuttle the electronic Call-Up system, as the gridlock worsened.

The agencies saddled with the responsibility of controlling traffic in the axis are the Nigeria Police, the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, LASTMA, Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, and the Lagos Special Traffic Management and Enforcement Compliance Team.

Some aggrieved members of the Association of Maritime Truck Owners, AMATO, had accused the Police and officials of the Nigeria Ports Authority, NPA, of Part of the line-up activities, includes Holy Communion Service, with the sermon to be preached by the former Presiding Chaplain, Lagos State Chapel, in Alausa, Ikeja, Very Revd. Ayo Oyadotun, and business sessions, among others, frustrating the smooth operation of…

Source: Vanguard Newspaper