The Lagos metropolis on Saturday witnessed heavy visitors following a mega demonstration launched by EndSARS protesters occupying most of the state’s highways, in a new twist.
The protests that have been taking place within the state for 10 consecutive days took an important dimension on Saturday as protesters stepped into the internal roads and various main highways in a peaceful demonstration.
Recall that the protesters took out a candle procession on Friday evening for all the victims of police brutality within the state.
As the protesters took to the streets at eight o’clock in the morning, motorists were forced to a standstill visitors’ landscape, as passengers trekked long distances to their various locations.
In areas where thousands of protesters have taken over, there is gridlock with visitors to the embodied Lago-Ibadan Expressway, Lagos Abeokuta Expressway, colliding with the cement bus, Ikorodu Street, Fun show Williams Avenue, Awolowo Maner to Ikeja beneath the bridge From Alusa Secretariat, Gagbara Expressway to Odissi, Bus Conflict, LASU-Iba, Yaba, Mainland Native Authority Place.
The interior roads are occupied by Igbogbo-Baiyeku at Ikorodu, Shasha-Akonowojo, Egbeda-Idimu-Ikotun Road, Igando, Capitol Street, Edge, Apple Junction, Festac, Okota, Ogunnisi Road- Ogba.
The visitor’s gridlock was, nevertheless, impressed about Isheri-Ikotun Street, Alimosho, as well as the bride and groom’s convoy as they collided in protest, forcing them to stop.
This drew an already fierce argument from the company and the passers-by, with protesters later approving the gang to allow convoys who were caught for about 30 minutes to enter their vacation spots.