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Bunsmie said in September 20th, 2006 at 10:37 am    

I really agree with you about the traffic on raining days. And it has been raining cats and dogs for the past month. Imagine, a shoe I wore the other day, I can’t still get the mud on it completely off because of the terrible roads, so i suggest you don’t wear your best shoes out for now also be prepared to stay in a traffic for almost an hour if not more. So if you are in a hurry, leave home early then you won’t get into the traffic jamb.

yettierayo said in October 16th, 2006 at 4:45 pm    

Its really frustrating! Have u considered standing at the bus stop for hours without any bus forth coming? U feel like going back home. This morning I was at the bus stop for close to 2hrs 30mins. Though my estate is densely populated { oke- afa}, vehicles coming from Ikotun, Ejigbo, Bucknor, Estate will all converse at the small road that links to the outside world, u can imagine how we cope with traffic everyday. If u don’t leave ur house before 7 a.m, be sure of facing the consequence, the potholes just add more fuel to fire. Car owners prefer public buses which in turn leads to more passengers few vehicles.
In short, Lagos na wah. When it rains like that u don’t need to be told before u start trekking.

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