"Who mess for here?"
So there I was, with my formal Monday drip, pushing danfo bus in the middle of the road.
The leg room was even the least of my problems. Two people hanging on the bus meant two armpits open….two armpits that were right under my nose😭😭. And yes, they both smelled bad.... Read the rest of my Lagos traffic horror story here
Most of my posts are about the madness displayed by drivers or conductors or agberos. But honestly, passengers play a big part in what goes on inside and outside the bus and some are even worse than you'd expect. Here they are: 1. The Talkative: these ones will talk from the beginning till the end… Continue reading Types of Passengers in Public Transport
Let me even ask, who do you think the daredevils of public transport are? I know you'll probably say okada riders...hmm, or maybe conductors? I am here to tell you that the real daredevils are the people who are not even involved in driving, the AGBEROS (touts). And if you really think about it, you'll… Continue reading Public Transport Daredevils
Lagos is the ghetto. I don’t care where you live. From the island to the mainland to the lowland....it’s all ghetto because I don’t know how you want to enjoy that mansion in Osborne when you spend most of your life in traffic. Can I just say this though some of these face masks are… Continue reading Daytime Nightmare
Hey everyone, happy new year. It feels like a new year, doesn't it? I'm really sorry I haven't written in weeks. I want to blame it on the lockdown (because I obviously couldn't get danfo experience while staying at home) but, I actually had content I wanted to write about but didn't. I should have… Continue reading How to Survive Public Transport in the midst of COVID 19
I am sorry I haven't been posting as regularly as before. It's just that I've actually been avoiding public transport. I have been using ORide to escape the madness that is Lagos traffic. Then, the one time I decided to enter bus after a long time, it was like the madness had been waiting for… Continue reading Change and Rain