The CP Lagos gave the assurance during a town hall meeting held today July 18 2018, at Apapa, Lagos.
The CP noted that the gridlock is a lingering problem caused by port reforms, road construction and activities generated by various tank farms located in Apapa and environs.
He, however, added that a meeting of stakeholders, attended by the Brigade Commander 9th Brigade, Sector Commander FRSC, Commandant NSCDC, General manager of LASTMA, Area Commanders and Divisional Police Officers with jurisdictional responsibilities to areas affected by the gridlock and the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation Lagos State held today 18/07/2018.
The meeting was however adjourned to July 19, 2018, at 11am in order to accommodate other stakeholders from the Nigeria Ports authority (NPA), NUPENG,
Truck Drivers Union and the Shippers Council of Nigeria with a view to finding ways to ameliorate the traffic situation in Apapa and environs.
He thanked the people of Apapa for their patience, stating that in few weeks from now, they will heave a sigh of relief, urging them to exercise a little more patience.
The CP assures that all routes to and fro Apapa wharf are effectively policed by Motorcycle and Foot patrol teams of the Lagos Police Command.
According to the Commissioner of Police, CP Imohimi Edgal, the Motorcycle Patrol Teams are to maintain visibility on all routes affected by Apapa gridlock and respond quickly to distress situations.
CP Edgal, assured Lagosians that in no distant time, the traffic palaver will be permanently addressed as all hands are on deck to finding solution to the problem.
CSP Chike Oti
Police Public Relations Officer,
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