ATTENTION! ATTENTION!

Our attention has been drawn to a misleading broadcast that a Sudanese man was caught attempting to set explosives at a LAGBUS terminal. Please be advised that this story is completely false. Nobody was caught attempting to set up any explosives.

With the current security challenges of the nation, it is disheartening that the accuracy of this story was never confirmed from LAGBUS or the relevant state security authorities, before being reported.

LAGBUS is committed to ensuring the safety of all our passengers, including our staff on duty. We ask that the media platforms reporting these false broadcasts acknowledge their error and correct the facts, in order to avoid misleading the public.

All LAGBUS terminals and buses are safe and secure.

LAGBUS Management

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ATTENTION! ATTENTION!


Our attention has been drawn to a misleading broadcast that a Sudanese man was caught attempting to set explosives at a LAGBUS terminal.
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Closure of Dopemu & Iyana Ipaja bridges


The Lagos State Government says Dopemu and Iyana Ipaja bridges along the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway will be closed to public use for 10 days each.

It was stated that while Dopemu Bridge would be closed from Saturday 15th March to Monday 24th March, 2014, Iyana Ipaja Bridge would be shut between Tuesday 25TH March and Saturday 5TH April, 2014.

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