Mr Afolabi Olawale, the Head of Public Affairs Unit of LBSL, has confirmed the recent development as regards the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN),this was on Friday in Lagos.
According to him the buses had been withdrawn from plying their routes designed for them at 2:p.m. on Thursday by the management to avoid being attacked by thugs due to the ongoing #EndSARS protest.
Recall NAN had reported that the #EndSARS protests started in Lagos State on Monday by youths that are against the human rights’ violations of innocent Nigerians by SARS operatives, a unit of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF).
Olawale in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday said that the services which were withdrawn at 2:p.m. on Thursday resumed at 8 a.m. on Friday.
“Lagos residents demand our services, they believe we have no connection with the viral video been circulated yesterday after the #EndSARS protest at Alausa.
“The buses were bought with the tax payers’ money and our passengers requested for our services when it was becoming difficult for them to get to their offices on time”.