Secretary, Habib Aruna,the government also said it was
now mandatory for all articulated trucks coming into Lagos to obtain the
Ministry of Transportation’s Road Worthiness Certificate at any of the
designated centres within the next 30 days.
Alausa after meeting with all the relevant stakeholders, including Nigeria
Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, Association of Maritime Truck
Owners, Petroleum Tanker Drivers, National Association of Transport Operators,
and Container Truck Owners Association of Nigeria, among others, the
Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Ladi Lawanson, said the decision became
necessary following preliminary investigations into the incident which revealed
a combination of vehicular defect and human errors.
Lagos State Government hereby announces the following measures: Fuel tankers
are hereby directed to ply the designated trailer route, that is,
Apapa-Oworonshoki Expressway via Ogudu to Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
tankers and containers coming into Lagos State from henceforth are directed to
obtain the Ministry of Transportation Certificate of Road Worthiness at any of
or centres within the next 30 days, while new centres along the Lagos-Ibadan
Expressway will be established to quickly to cope with the expected demand for
Berger, Ojodu, Odogunyan, Ikorodu, Agric/Ishawo Road, Ikorodu;
Worksyard, PWD, Shogunle; NCI, Gbagada; VIS Yard, Oko-Afo, Badagry; VIS Yard,
Ayobo-Ipaja; Test Centre, Badagry; VIS Yard, Epe; and VIS Yard, Oko-Oba