- A content creator, Lucky Udu, has spoken to motorists plying a road in Delta state who have spent days in a traffic jam
- The road users who had to park their vehicles as traffic remained standstill also faced mosquito bites
- Many Nigerians who are familiar with the bad state of the road wondered what the government is doing
A content creator, Lucky Udu, has made a video of commuters who were stuck in traffic for several days.
Speaking with a trailer driver, the man said that they have been in the traffic for a week and two days.
Mosquito bites inside traffic jam
Seconds into the video he shared, Lucky showed others who have had to suffer mosquito bites as a result of sleeping on the road.
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Another driver stated that he has been on the road for more than six days and only gets N5000 as salary. Lucky revealed the location as Uromi Junction, Agbor in Delta state.
He added that the road has been like that for many months. A part of the road has a wide gully that has eaten the space vehicles should use.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the reactions:
Lexi benz said:
“I no believe that salary part wetin 5k wan buy.”
“The same thing with auchi ekpoma road.”
Cedi Tc said:
“I think I have used this road in 2017, dangote vehicles destroyed the road.”
“Jason i am from Delta state, what do you mean by federal roads, can you confidently point one or two mega projects our governor has done in Delta.”
“God bless you for raising awareness. Every Nigerian shud be like you… the voiceless need a strong voice.”
“No be okowa state be this where sim be governor atikus running mate o.”
Bus stuck on bad road in Aba
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady has in a video lamented the horrible state of a road in Aba. Sharing a clip of a bus stuck in muddy waters, she spoke about what she went through.
In the clip, passengers who had come down from the same vehicle could be seen hanging by the side of the road.
The lady revealed that she had to pay the sum of N100 so that someone could ‘ferry’ her across the mud on their back.