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Motorists beg traffic officers to return to work

Following renewed traffic gridlocks on Abuja roads, road users have appealed to the traffic management in the territory to return to the roads to ensure seamless movement.

Dr John Uket, President, Road Users Development Network of Nigeria, observed that the renewed bad traffic situations in Abuja and Lagos followed the absence of road traffic personnel from agencies such as the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Nigeria Police Force, Department of Road Traffic Services (VIO) and others.

According to him, the roads are not manned by traffic and other personnel for fear they could be attacked following the recent EndSars protests.

He tendered an unreserved apology and reassured the personnel of their safety.

“We have taken into cognizance the need to reassure you of the public support that you have always enjoyed before the protest.


“In the spirit of nationhood and patriotism, we want to kindly appeal to you all to forge a new page in our nation’s history.


“For all the traffic officers who are still feeling hurt, the road users, both motorists and commuters, say sorry for the actions of the hoodlums as we hope that such hoodlums will be brought to justice soon.”

He, therefore, condemned the burning of public facilities by the hoodlums, particularly mass transit buses.

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He called for an investigation into the matter and advised members of the public to rather safeguard public facilities.





  1. It is all part of the plan to dominate and abuse Nigerians. Why should the Traffic Wardens who are paid with tax payers money refuse to return to work. They, along with Police do not want Nigerians to complain about their abuses. We must take whatever mistreatment they dish out to us and maybe thank them for that. The Govt has deliberately refused to repair the traffic lights thereby compounding the already messy traffic situation.


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