APAPA: How saboteurs hijacked e-Call-Up system, as gridlock worsens

DESPITE efforts by various stakeholders in the maritime industry to free the port access roads of the perennial gridlock, the situation has defied all solutions, as criminal elements, aided by some government officials and security agents, have hijacked the control of traffic in the axis.

Confirming the development, the President, Association of Maritime Truck Owners, AMATO, Mr. Remi Ogungbemi, said that saboteurs have hijacked the newly introduced electronic Call-Up System, thereby truncating the state government’s efforts at restoring sanity to the port corridor.

Ogungbemi said: “The uncoordinated entry and exit of vehicles in and out of the ports have remained a challenge. There is a need to return to the drawing board and re-strategise.”

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