Nollywood Actresses Speak Out Against Never-Ending Traffic Nightmares in Lagos

…By Larry John for TDPel Media. Nollywood actress Jayeola Monje recently found herself trapped in traffic late at night, accompanied by her children.

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Expressing her fear and concern, she took to Instagram to share videos of her and her children walking home after hours of being stuck.

Jayeola called for prayers and described the situation as pathetic, urging the government to take action against trailers operating at night.

In an update, Jayeola expressed gratitude for arriving home safely.

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However, her driver remained stranded in traffic, and she fervently prayed for his safe return.

She thanked everyone for their support and hoped that the government would address the ongoing traffic issues on Apapa Wharf Road.

Uche Nnanna’s Early Morning Traffic Frustration

Adding to the growing chorus of complaints, actress Uche Nnanna recently faced the challenges of Lagos traffic.

Returning from a surprise birthday party, she found herself stuck in traffic at 1 am on Lagos Island.

Frustrated with the continuous traffic congestion, Uche expressed her weariness and shared a video captioned, “Lagos na wa oooo.”

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Jumoke Odetola’s 10-Hour Traffic Nightmare

Yoruba actress Jumoke Odetola joined the chorus of voices lamenting the heavy traffic in Lagos.

Sharing photos of her own ordeal, she questioned how one could experience long life and prosperity in a city plagued by such traffic.

Jumoke recounted spending a grueling 10 hours in traffic, enduring a slow journey from Ajah to Magodo. Unfortunately, she anticipated a similar experience on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.

The stories of these actresses highlight the widespread frustration with the seemingly never-ending traffic challenges in Lagos.

As they call for action and express their exasperation, it is evident that the city’s traffic woes continue to affect both residents and celebrities alike.

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