Traffic gridlock experienced by travellers on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway by Magboro-Berger section of the road.

VOP News gathered that the gridlock started from Magboro, Ogun State inward Lagos State on Monday.

Some commuters spent almost sixteen hours on the road.

This however led to a hike in fares , commercial vehicles and tricycles by over 300%, charging about N1000 for a trip from Ibafo to Berger.
The supervisor of the Lagos-Sagamu section of the expressway, Wale Adebote, blamed the rain and vehicles that broke down along the expressway for the gridlock.

The Public Relations Officer of the Ogun State FRSC, Florence Okpe, said the narrow size of the road compounded the traffic.

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