Inferno at NNPC Gas Station in Ibafo Causes Major Traffic Disruptions

A massive fire at the NNPC gas station in Ibafo has caused significant traffic disruptions, with firefighters from the station still battling the blaze. The fire, which broke out earlier today, has led to severe traffic standstills on both inbound and outbound routes.

As a result of the ongoing firefighting efforts, travelers on their way to and from major destinations such as Abeokuta, Ibadan, and Ijebu Ode are experiencing substantial delays. Authorities are urging commuters to seek alternative routes to avoid the affected areas.

For those who have yet to embark on their journey, it is strongly advised to consider alternative routes. Travelers heading inbound and outbound Lagos are particularly encouraged to use alternate routes if the journey is essential.

For those traveling from Lagos to Ibadan, Sagamu, and Eastern Nigeria, it is recommended to take the Lagos-Epe road to link the eastern regions and Ijebu Ode, while those heading to Ibadan or Abeokuta should use the Sango-Abeokuta road. Travelers to Lagos from the interchange should opt for the Sagamu-Abeokuta road, and those coming to Lagos from the east should use the Ijebu Ode-Epe road.

Commuters are advised to stay informed through traffic updates and plan their travels to avoid the heavily congested routes near the NNPC gas station in Ibafo. Emergency services are working diligently to extinguish the fire and restore normal traffic flow as soon as possible.

For further updates, stay tuned to local news channels and traffic advisory services.

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