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Okada ban: Horses troop in their numbers on Lagos streets as alternative means of transport

In lieu of the Federal Government’s decision to ban Okada and Keke drivers from the state, Nigerians have been forced to go on endless miles, walking.

Though many have taken to lament on the current unfortunate situation which causes various discomfort as they are conformed to live their daily activities with a couple of adjustments, the Federal Government has revealed that the enforcement signifies success.

During the wee hours of Moday, February 2, 2020 a large number of horses were spotted being trooped in by some young men.

It appears the men have opted to monetize the situation as some people might be tempted to embark on horse rides as against trekking.

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The question on the minds of onlookers who watched the horses go by remains, Will the horse riders pay tax? Will there be minimum accidents with animals and road users battling for road usage? Is Lagos moving forward in civilization as a mega city or back in time when man used trekking and animals as means of transportation

Check out the video capturing the animals;


Rhema Olonade

Rhema Olonade is an Entertainment writer on Kemi Filani News. She has BSC in Mass communication from Redeemers University, Lagos, Nigeria. She is passionate about news writing and broadcasting. Hobbies are watching movies, and public speaking. Tel: +2347161000090 Address: Ketu-Alapere, Lagos, Nigeria Email: [email protected]

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