The Lagos State Government has dislodged traders who ply their wares on rail tracks across the state.
This was disclosed by the Commissioner for Environment and Water Resources, Tokunbo Wahab.
The exercise followed a viral video that showed the risk taken by the traders to earn a living in the state.
The video showed wares places inches aware from rail tracks with no effort to remove them when a train drove by.
Going an update, Wahab said, “In response to the trending video of traders selling wares on rail lines, the Lagos State Ministry of the Environment and Water through the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps (KAI), this morning, begin immediate and sustained enforcement and clearing of the rail tracks.”