Erik Gleibermann, a world journalist and cultural and literary critic, has averred that drivers in Lagos see crimson lights as tense suggestions.
The social justice, who appears to be currently in Nigeria, acknowledged this thru his Twitter tackle Thursday, July 7, while sharing his journey in the country’s industrial city.
He instructed that the bulk of Lagos drivers violate visitors suggestions by running crimson lights.
“I’m taking half in Lagos, though this sense is tempered by the truth that drivers right here regard crimson lights as tense suggestions. #Lagos #Nigeria”, his tweet learn.
Erik’s tweet, then again, stirred rather a alternative of reactions from Nigerians on the micro-running a blog platform.
A Tweep @Draughtsmanart wrote, “We are continuously in the bustle 😁😁 those that aren’t in a bustle see the yellow light as “Trip”.
@igweigwe71, “Same in The US it’s a world human side no one wants to be caught in visitors it’s no longer a racial or geographical downside it is worldwide or, maybe it’s essential to stay and invent your bed 🛌 in the visitors appropriate for you🤝. Pink lights are tense worldwide 😏”.
@CallmeSDulcia wrote, “Danfo drivers no ship crimson light o”
In different news, two officers of the Porth Harcourt Electrical energy Distribution Firm (PHED) were attacked as they attempted to disconnect the ability lines of defaulters in Rumuewhara condominium of Port Harcourt.
In a video that used to be shared online, one amongst the 2 PHED group is noticed to be on high of a ladder disconnecting the ability lines while one other used to be on the foot of the ladder.
Quick, locals approached the generous on the foot of the ladder and attacked him earlier than throwing him to the bottom and touchdown heavy blows on him.
While the generous already on ground is being fought with, a girl walks up to the ladder and pulls it, causing the PHED generous on high of the ladder to drop a whole lot of feet to the bottom.