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Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Lagos Water Taxi's


Traffic is gridlocked on the streets of Lagos during rush hour. In a bid to offer much-needed relief to weary commuters in the metropolis on the Gulf of Guinea, the authorities are turning to the waterways.









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25 comments:

Miss Ess said...

Alright

Adisa Akomolede said...

One thing about the water shuttle is they are always over crowded.

Loveme Jeje said...

It is better especially for those staying in Ikorodu villages

Maureen Ekeh said...

Facts indeed , this one no be weirdo For me any which way na way.

Tayan Taylor said...

I will like to take it,someday

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Look at how dirty the water is. Like sewerage.
Once Nigerians see water, many things come to their mind, to pee, to poooh, to throw something away or to Shit. Instead of not putting something inside that water, they will find a way and Spit.

Be warned WAI is back. No more eating gala and throwing the sachet on the road. Or purewater. No more disobeying traffic light. Don't go and test your fate.

GALORE said...

They better know how to swim before embarking on boat transport


I can't shout mbok.



You can't rule out "boat mishaps"...So,they better be prepared.






@Galore

GALORE said...

Yes oo..always over crowded....Na that kind thing @Kelvin go like,so,he go see opportunity to press "bwest"





@Galore

Dominion said...

Good initiative.

Anthony Chika said...

Traffic combustion has always been the major challenge in Lagos, I hope this will salvage the situation?

*GreatAchiever *

calabar Chick said...

Issokay

missamusa said...

Not the ones that ply ikorodu route. It carries just 23 people, if we are more than that the driver will know because the boat won't be balanced. I take the boat to the island every time, life is too short to b stuck in traffic.

Sue said...

*Congestion* not Combustion
Supu! Dede, Supu!

SWAG LAFRESH said...

I prefer to stay in traffic than this their boat ride. Its faster but always too crowded.

Miss Ferragamo said...

I've done Ikorodu - Ajah by water, it was really fast but my heart was in my mouth the entire time.

Olaide Davies said...

I won't go on boat ride unless I can swim v well. It is better to be late than be the late. Good luck to those using it.

Olaide Davies said...

Lol.

DB Malumi said...

Transportation by water is pretty good, fast and time effective.
I take it almost all the time but my fear most time is their ignorance, not having enough engine fuel, risking peoples life with over speeding and then overcrowding.
If the owners can maintain good service, i believe even with a high fare, people will prefer it than eating breakfast and dinner in traffic

reemah said...

Nice initiative!

Starjoy said...

I better remain in traffic than going through boat

Oby O said...

Lol! Same here bik.. Who no like hin life?

sisi eko said...

My driver uses this water taxi and I'm always worried for him. Esp during raining season. When I tried to convince him to stop until the season is dry. He said "ah aunty, nothing dey happen o, I can swim well well because I be calabar boy". I was like ok o. But he seems happy with the arrangement because it is less stressful.

Even one man in my office who lives in Ikorodu, he also uses it only when it is not raining though. But I hear it's more expensive. I'm more worried for their safety. I hope they allow only the serviced carriers that pass MOT.

sisi eko said...

They should insist on the number of passengers and not allow greed finish them o. Trust Nigerians to abuse it by overcrowding the shuttle. One can quickly disembark on land if trouble starts, but on water? Ehhh

Anonymous said...

That's my daily means of transport... in fact I'm currently on board..
Both big and small do not carry overload.. difference is your money, comfort and time

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