Lagos State traffic management authority has cautioned motorists queuing up for fuel at different filling stations not to cause traffic congestion and hinder other road users.

General manager of the agency, Bolaji Oreagba, in a statement by the spokesperson, Adebayo Taofiq, noted that the agency has deployed more officials to monitor traffic around filling stations, including other traffic-prone areas across the state.

Oreagba, however expressed displeasure at the disorderly behaviour of some drivers, who queued up haphazardly around filling stations, disrupting the free flow of traffic, urging petrol attendants to ensure that products were sold in an orderly manner so as not to infringe on the rights of other road users.

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