Saturday, September 12, 2015
Tankers Not Affected By Traffic Law – NUPENG
The National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has said that petroleum tankers were not affected by the Lagos State Government daytime operational restriction.
Speaking in Lagos on Friday, the Southwest Chairman of the union, Mr Tokunbo Korodo told newsmen that “the ban had nothing to do with petroleum tankers” and therefore, could deliver products to any destination any time.
“We are aware of this directive by the LASG but the law did not restrict our trucks.
“Tanker drivers can move at any time to deliver its products; we are not affected by the traffic law. You can see that our tankers are working all round the clock to lift petroleum products and deliver at designated filling stations nationwide,” he said.
He noted that the ban was to reduce incessant accident caused by articulated vehicles on Lagos roads.
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