Kicking Against Indiscipline In Lagos

I got to the bridge at Ojota and met ‘pedestrian traffic’. What could be happening? I asked myself. My curiosity made me wait on the bridge. I started to stare, just then I noticed the green coloured unique to the KAI team (Kick Against Indiscipline)- their van packed on one of the aisles on the Ikorodu express road. Now I got the gist- time has come for erring Lagosians to be picked if found crossing the express. You know the penalty of such arrest. People have gotten so used to crossing the roads that they found it ‘stressful’ to use the pedestrian bridge. I’m however not so impressed because of the KAI institution’s inconsistency, and hypocrisy. Here today, gone tomorrow operations.

Aderolake chronicles her experience as a Lagos commuter on As a trained Broadcast journalist, she is passionate about connecting the link between education and communication. Her expertise lies in the ability to disseminate useful and unbiased information to help others make informed decisions. 'Rolake is also a skilled makeup artist- she loves to amplify the beauty in others. She recently branched out to explore the administrative field and currently works as an administrator in one of the leading Nursing Agencies in Nigeria.

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