LERA supports Okada Ban, says its good for Security

LERA supports Okada Ban, says its good for Security

The Lekki Estate Residents Association (LERA) has welcomed the ban on motorcycles, popularly known as Okada and tricycles (keke) in the area.


According to LERA, the ban showed that Lagos State Government was responsive to the security, law and order challenges of the area, therefore urged Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to sustain enforcement of the ban.


The association, through its chairman Sir Kayode Otitoju and Secretary, Funmi Adeogun, in a later to the governor said the inclusion of Eti-Osa Local Government in the ban makes them happy.

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“We are happy about the inclusion of Eti-Osa Local Government (by extension Lekki Peninsula Scheme 1) in the ‘No Okada and tricycle ban… However, formal ban of Okada in our community has always been rendered a mere academic exercise due to delay or lack of enforcement of the order.”


“We would be happy if Lekki could be given special attention in the area of serious enforcement.”


“It would interest you Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu that Okada constitutes a serious security threat to our residents, ranging from accidents to stabbing officials, damaging cars when they run into vehicles,” LERA said.

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