Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode who said that he was removing yellow buses popularly known as Danfo from Lagos roads for a more efficient, well-structured and world class mass transportation system that would facilitate ease of movement within the city, has shown us the next bus to replace the Danfo buses.

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode who said that he was removing yellow buses popularly known as Danfo from Lagos roads for a more efficient, well-structured and world class mass transportation system that would facilitate ease of movement within the city, has shown us the next bus to replace the Danfo buses.

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode who said that he was removing yellow buses popularly known as Danfo from Lagos roads for a more efficient, well-structured and world class mass transportation system that would facilitate ease of movement within the city, has shown us the next bus to replace the Danfo buses.

The new Tata buses are 30-seater and fully air conditioned.

If there's one symbol that defines Nigeria's economic hub of Lagos it's the yellow "danfo" mini-bus, the closest thing to public transport in the chaotic, sprawling metropolis.

But on Monday Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode said he plans to banish the buses by the end of this year because they are "not acceptable and befitting for a megacity".

Ambode's drive is the latest attempt in a seemingly never-ending campaign to tame the wild streets of Lagos, which is renowned for its traffic gridlock and crumbling infrastructure.

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