Commuters are Stranded in Lagos as Danfo Drivers Embark on Strike
Several commuters had to walk long distances to their destinations in the early hours of Tuesday, following a protest by commercial bus drivers, popularly known as Danfos, along Iyana-Ipaja, Ikotun Road, and surrounding areas in Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos State.
This was as a result of the alleged extortion by men from the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit (Task Force).
Commuters have been stuck as a result of the current crisis, as drivers have stopped operating their buses, forcing commuters to trek, while rebellious drivers have been barred from working by transport union members.
Meanwhile, commercial tricycle operators and motorcyclists, known as Keke are steadily increasing the price of their fare as a result of the situation.
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