\The last the law banning the use of Okada was enforced was back in 2013, by then Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola who is now the minister of housing. Segun Olulade now shed light on the reasons that led to this action by Governor Sanwoolu. The terible experience and hardship Lagosians are experiencing is not going down well with them Legit TV reports.
According to Segun Olulade, all stakeholders at the public hearing agreed that in every constituency/local government in the state, there are some major roads which Okada riders cannot continue to ply because of the issue of security and welfare of the people. “The welfare of the people is what we considered because we saw many lives being lost,” he said. Okada ban: Slimcase applauds Lagos government, says roadside traders should also be sent packing (video) “We cannot allow them to continue to kill the people, to continue to cause security threats to our state and our people,” Olulade.
With all the trekking caused by Okada ban, it’s shameful Lagosians still didn’t win city’s marathon – Nigerian man In a recent chat with Legit TV, Olulade who was the spokesperson of the state House of Assembly then explained that the law was put in place to ensure the security and welfare of the lives of Lagosians