Stella Dimoko Tankers Drivers Littering Apapa Road Ignore President Buhari's 72 Hour Ultimatum.


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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Tankers Drivers Littering Apapa Road Ignore President Buhari's 72 Hour Ultimatum.

On May 22,2019,the Presidency ordered the immediate clearance of Apapa gridlock and restoration of law and order to Apapa and its environs and the directed trucks and tanker operators to vacate the Port Access Roads within 72 hours.

Well,This post is to inform you that the 72 hour ultimatum was ignored and as at today Tuesday May 28,2019,the Trucks and tankers still litter the the bridges and roads within Apapa and all adjoining streets leading to the Apapa axis.

This is hoping that the Presidency will look into this!!!!


  1. Vuharia and co should provide a place for them to park!...

  2. Sebi the npa and police ganged up against the navy, said the navy was perpetuating illegalities, the govt self no reason well, the navy should have been ordered to clear the tankers before handing over to the police.

  3. LOL i actually expected this!

    The president should tackle this issue from the top;dangote has more than half of the trucks on the road! just yesterday evening a lady lost her two legs to these tankers here at berger under bridge.

    You dont just give an order and go to sleep.What penalty was given to those who flout the instruction?

    OgaPresident you are not ready for us yet
    Who was placed to ensure adherence?

    1. Oh dear! Wish the lady who lost her legs quick recovery of her body and mental health. It certainly wouldn't be easy mentally as well.

  4. In another news it was reported that the tankers have all moved out. Whose reports do we believe now?

  5. That's how they'll ignore until he uses force, then they'll call him a tyrant.

  6. Na waooo,I read a post somewhere on Sunday, with pictures of how Apapa,Ijora and other places affected were looking neat following the orders of bubu for tanker drivers to vacate.

  7. dangote is the number one deviant, is he above the law. this morning i still saw his trucks packed and lined up from Ijora all the way to Apapa. I really wonder why government make laws and are too lazy o enforce it. its the good of the enitire society that matters and not that of few people.

  8. Replies
    1. Tribalistic Bigot! I am yoruba by the way..

  9. Talk is cheap. Buhari should talk less and move into action. The tanker drivers knew he is toothless bulldog

  10. Since when do they take his words seriously? He is not even aware he gave that order in the first place. Buhari has no vision on how to rule this country.

  11. Stella, maybe they are still in Apapa but Eko bridge, ijora and environs are cleared. No single truck there. I passed there yesterday.

  12. On bubu last visit where did the trucks pack? They should better go back there

  13. we are talking about today.

  14. Dangote trucks are a big nuisance in Rivers State too. Their office is on Rivoc road. All access roads to Rivoc road are always a nightmare even early in the morning. The pabod axis was repaired and road barriers barring trucks were fixed on that Pabod axis. Strangely someone keeps breaking the second barrier. Rukpoku roundabout axis is beginning to look like Rivoc Road because they acquired a parking space close to the roundabout. To think obio-akpor L.G office is not far from where these people lawlessly block the road! But they won't see them. It's the poor women selling periwinkle and vegetables at rumuokoro market they will go and harass. Instead of them to learn from Apapa nightmare and nip things like this in the bud. Mschew.


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