The National President of the Association of Maritime Truck Owners, Remi Ogungbemi says the traffic gridlock currently being experienced in Lagos will ease off within the next 48 hours. Speaking with NAN, Odugbemi said
“Since the Lagos State Government relaxed the restriction of trucks to start moving in the day, accessing the ports had been difficult, due to trucks trapped by the law. Trucks in the port have to go out for incoming ones, the Nigeria Customs Service have to clear the ones in the ports, hence the backlogs that locked down Lagos. I hope it will get better within 48 hours as stakeholders are working tirelessly to ensure free flow of traffic and we are sorry for the inconveniences,” he said.