Are you living in Lagos? Please beware of these dangerous bus stops! | Important Notice


Beware of these Dangerous Bus-stops in Lagos.
The Nigerian Police Force has advised all residents
and visitors to Lagos be wary of these locations to
avoid falling victims to violent crimes.

However for the residents in Lagos, please you can
also contribute by listing out in the comment box
below the post, areas that are mostly and less
prone to robbery attack and possibly safe
alternative routes one can take to his destination.

1. Estate bus stop at Ketu-Alapere: Attacks are
carried-out both day and night

2. Berger bus stop (along OPIC – Ibadan
Expressway): Criminals attack victims with guns on
the long bridge and in traffic jams

3. First Gate junction – Agidingbi: Robbery point
4. Boundary bus stop in Ajegunle: Popularly referred
to as the ‘one million boys’ gang territory where
criminals attack passengers in vehicles

5. Ijora bus stop: Notorious spot for gang-molest;
abduction in buses (popularly known as
‘one chance’,

6. Mile 2 Oke: Hammers, knives, guns are used to
rob motorists in traffic jam

7. Church bus stop – Agboju Mile 2 (Badagry
expressway): Haven for street urchins

8. Agric bus stop – Mile 2: Notorious area for buried
arms that are used for robbery operations in the

9. Abulosu bus stop along Mile 2 – Badagry
expressway: Drivers conspire with thugs to
attack victims

10. Apongbon bus stop: Hotbed of ‘one-chance’ bus

11. School bus stop, along Mba – Mile 2 road in
Ajegunle: Use of jack-knives and other weapons
on victims

12. Bamboo area along Oworonsoki – Ibadan
Expressway: a dangerous spot about 100
meters from Alapere Housing Estate Bus stop

Please try as much as possible to avoid all the bus
stops listed above when you can. If you
find yourself around any of these bus stops, ensure
the following:

* If you are a passenger or driving your own
vehicle, stay alert and do not display priced
possessions – mobile phones and devices;
jewelry; cash.

* Wind-up your windows and remain alert when

* Drive faster in these areas but please consider
your safety and the safety of other road- users by
keeping to speed limits.
[Credit: NL]

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