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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Queuing To Climb OJOTA Pedestrian Bridge

This is unbelievable!




THIS IS AN SDK BLOG VISITOR SITUATION REPORT.

''‎Good day Stella, I bring to your notice the sorry state of pedestrians trying to cross the Ojota bridge every morning. This morning I spent more than 25mins before I could successfully get to the other side of the road. 
Attached are pictures (zoom the picture of the bridge and you would see people at a standstill on the top of the bridge''.








What is causing the standstill?

50 comments:

  1. I've heard a lot of stories about this bridge...

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    1. was in Lagos a few months back and I actually climbed this bridge with my traveling bag and my son strapped to my back. infant the pain and anger I felt that day was something else as my cousin who was supposed to pick me up could not meet up with our arrival but suffer too much abeg bcx I was protecting myself,baby,bags and allBenin can never be like that sha

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    2. Benin will always remain the way you want it my sister.

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  2. Hian.. e get wetin we no go see for lagos?

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  3. Ehyaa...sorry.
    Hope no pick pockets?

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  4. Kai, they should try to make another bridge close to this one na. I think the reason for the standstill is that people are coming from both sides of the road, hence the crowd

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    1. Wow!!! But very organized!!

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    2. This is so unbelievable. Anything they do in Nigeria will turn something else

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    3. It's almost done,we are covering a part of it with polycarbonate sheets this morning.Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

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    4. Maybe the bridge dsnt want too much weight. Hence the crossing it orderly. What do I even know I am Acrophobic.So bridge climbing is off it.

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    5. Another one is in progress

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  5. E don tey oh. Pass there in the morning and you think they are queuing for BRT meanwhile its to cross over oh. You dare not cross the express there unless na inside KAI van you wan cross enter inside. So all man must use the bridge. Lol. Well I want to believe that bridge is strong enough to withstand the pressure on it.

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  6. The second bridge is a work in progress. Nigerians should imbibe the habit of patience

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  7. Ambode should do something about this. The complaint is too much.

    One day that bridge will give way

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  8. Fear of Kai manhandling u! 😌 I like myself I will cross that express let dem come and hold me, bcos of say wetin na

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    1. I doubt you're in Lagos. The express is blocked, pedestrian cannot cross over So they got no choice...

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    2. The express is barricaded with barb wire.You don't have a choice but to make use of the bridge.

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  9. Nigeria is one hell of a country. Rich country, poor people, what a paradox! Just imagine, go-slow on a pedestrian bridge. Nigerian leaders can't see God.

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    1. Calm down babes,it's almost done.All this inconvenience is just for a little time.

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  10. Lagos LIFE is not easy feat mehn... i duff cap for una

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  11. Lagos LIFE is not easy feat mehn... i duff cap for una

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  12. I was surprised the first time I heard people queue to cross pedestrian brifge at Ojota..Lol

    Welcome to #GIDI

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    1. The only people who refer to Lagos as Gidi or Lasgidi are the villagers who did NOT grow up in Lagos. Very annoying! How hard is it to say Lagos?

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  13. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  14. Is been like this for a while now. The most annoying part is people that just alight from buses and join the queue in front rather than joining behind.

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  15. Nigerians should take a chill pill
    another bridge is being constructed, the only reason why its being crowded is because there is no other alternative as all links to cross have been blocked with iron barricades from Maryland down to ketu or so. this way is better as a lot of people have accidents crossing the express,they should observe patience the bridge is for our saftey.

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    1. We don't ever see the positive side or end result of an initiative.All we do is complain.

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  16. This is one of the many reasons I dislike Lagos. Imagine the crowd. I'm sure people's things can get missing in such crowd.

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  17. What is this? People living within that axis must be reporting late at work. Haba, Ambo fix it asap.

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  18. Is good to be on the bridge than crossing the express

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  19. One if the reason why I don't like lagos. Make una dey chop your lagos o ye lagosian. Go slow just to climb bridge? Tufiakwa

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    1. I think you mean Eko for show.

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  21. Thank God i don't leave in lag again. Imagine waking up and leaving your house at 4am .is it the mad traffic that leaves you exhausted. Enjoy

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    1. It depends on the type of job you do and where you live. It is not everyone that lives like that. OK?

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    2. It depends on the type of job you do and where you live. It is not everyone that lives like that. OK?

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  22. Come in the evening and see the drama on that bridge, the worst is that there's no other way to cross the road than the bridge. I just love my lagosπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  23. I always dread crossing that bridge, buh no alternative. Eko oni baje!

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  24. patience lagosians another one is already being constructed.

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  25. patience lagosians ahn ahn they're building one already and its almost finished

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  26. Hmmmmmmmm! I hail all lag based bvs. Una de over try!!! Can't cope there at all

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