Just when Lagosians thought they were free of the nightmarish trailers and petrol tankers parked on the Eko bridge, which were cleared in anticipation of the arrival of President Buhari for his campaign rally on Saturday, the trailers are back to where they used to be.
The Lagos government have been called out on social media as being hypocritical.
According to them, the tankers and trailers returned barely 24 hours after the President’s visit to Lagos.
Many have expressed shock that the situation with the tankers which had become cause for concern but seemed too difficult to solve for months unend, suddenly found a solution over Buhari’s visit and came back after the visit was over.
Some wondered why the tankers can’t continue staying where it was moved to prior the visit.
Others called out the government over their eye service.
See some of the reactions on Twitter
Am very sorry to disappoint all who already shouted hallelujah, the trailers/tankers are back to Lagos road.Govt don't care about the people
— Adjarho David Obaro (@AdjarhoObaro) February 10, 2019
Before you complete saying Jack Robinson… BOOM! The Tankers, Trailers and Trucks are BACK on Western Avenue road, Surulere, Lagos State.
Yes, those dreaded articulated vehicles are back on 'Lere's major link road a day after President Muhammadu Buhari visited the state. 1/
— Gabriel Ntoka (@Gabntoka) February 10, 2019
The Tankers are back at #EKOBRIDGE
Big shame on APCLagos, and Buhari ans his entourage. E nor go better for all dem wey dey suffer is deliberately in this country. All of you wey go to vote APC in Lagos state nah thunder go kee you all in this life and the next. Tueh kẹlẹbẹ! pic.twitter.com/cF1nTE1VYa
— Olúkáyò̩dé (@Olu_Ijakumo) February 10, 2019
As at 6.25pm yesterday, the tankers are back on Eko bridge as usual.@MBuhari ,the only ONE human who is more important than the 21million people living in Lagos has come and gone. So it's okay to keep living with the mess.Don't oversleep tomorrow and think the road will be free
— IamsirPele (@Holuwarthoby90) February 10, 2019
The tankers and trucks are back..
Lol.. Lagos is a big joke.
— ƊaN' || (@Dinnydavinci) February 10, 2019