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Heavy traffic on Lagos Third Mainland Bridge despite lockdown

Some Lagos State residents took to Twitter to alert the state government to the fact that the lockdown order to fight the spread of Coronavirus isn’t being taken seriously.

And this comes after the NCDC announced that 70 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Lagos State.

Heavy traffic on Third Mainland Bridge despite lockdown in Lagos
Heavy traffic on Third Mainland Bridge despite lockdown in Lagos

Heavy traffic on Third Mainland Bridge despite lockdown in Lagos
Heavy traffic on Third Mainland Bridge despite lockdown in Lagos
Heavy traffic on Third Mainland Bridge despite lockdown in Lagos
Heavy traffic on Third Mainland Bridge despite lockdown in Lagos

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