Stella Dimoko Fuel Tanker Falls And Blocks Lagos/Ibadan Expressway...


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Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Fuel Tanker Falls And Blocks Lagos/Ibadan Expressway...

There was crazy traffic from the Long Bridge after Berger all the way to
Redemption Camp this Wednesday Morning December 25th....

A fuel laden tanker fell opposite Redemption camp and the traffic was
also compounded by the Deeper Life Retreat going on along the
expressway before getting to Redemption camp.
Some people spent over 6 hours on the road just to get to Ibadan.


  1. Wicked Christmas gift to people passing there. It is well

  2. My sis in-law is in this traffic. Left Lagos since morning and hasn't gotten to redeem yet. God have mercy

  3. Today of all days. 🤔 Lord have mercy

  4. Same happened to me last week Wednesday.Spent 4 hrs in traffic.

  5. Thank God we arrived lagos safely through that route yesterday

  6. I left Lagos at 5am and didn't get to Ibadan till past 11am. I saw frustration written all over people's faces especially those traveling to the East. Most people thought that traffic will be light but unfortunately, this tanker compounded our traffic woes😕. I just hope that Julius Berger finishes that road fast. Traffic has been very horrible especially in the last one week

  7. Added with the fact that I am so tired of going to my husband's village in the East. We left 6am we came out of that traffic around 11am. We are still on the road. 12 hours later. Will probably get to his village around 9pm. Rubbish..and all we will chop as the breadwinners is chop jealousy, greed and wickedness and he is busy doing 1st son. Nonsense and ingredients.

  8. RCCG should stop all these pilgrimages and use technology to broadcast their programs live like Christ Embassy does.
    It's only a select group of pastors and partners that attend their IPPC.

    There are other church denominations with large number of members that do not cause this problem - Winners, SCOAN, MFM, Roman Catholic.

    They contribute 50% of the traffic gridlock on Lagos-Ibadan expressway. They are so insensitive to the plight of Lagosians and travellers with this their monthly and end of year pilgrimages.

    As Christians, we should be considerate to others.
    I don't understand this type of Christianity. God is Omnipresent.

    Going to Redeemed Camp or any religious Camp won't guarantee making heaven.

    That tanker would 've been towed off the highway if the vehicular traffic wasn't that heavy.


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