Ministerial Task Team On Traffic Control Bans Wednesday’s Roadside Trading Around Nyanya Flyover
The ministerial task team of the federal capital Territory administration on free flow of traffic on the AYA-NYANYA Road has resolved that all roadside trading affecting free flow of vehicular traffic around the Nyanya interchange stands ban.
In a statement by Chairman, Special Ministerial task team on free flow of traffic on AYA-Nyanya Road Ikharo Attah , the decision was taken during its emergency meeting at the Nyanya AEPB site office Tuesday evening.
The team advised the traders concerned to move into the market and do their legitimate businesses warning that goods would not be allowed to be displayed on the road shoulders, median and on top of roadside drainages covered with planks.
The chairman of Okrika traders Association, Christian Kalu popularly known as Ejima who later joined the meeting admitted that the traffic gridlock caused untold hardship to motorists and commuters but pleaded that a suitable place be considered for them to shade their wares.
Mr kalu assured the team that he would talk to his members not to engage in roadside trading forthwith.
In Attendance at the meeting were the Divisional police officer of Nyanya, SP Uhegbu Ugochuwu, KARU Divisional police officer, CSP Victor Asebiomo and the unit commander of FRSC Unit Nyanya Commander , Mrs Sabena Musa.
Others are the Head of Operations, AEPB, TPL Kaka Bello and DRTS Area commander of the Nyanya Division, Adelabu Johnson.