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BREAKING: Few days after Ban of Keke, Igbo man converts Keke Napep to Range Rover in Lagos (Photos)

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Just a few days ago the news broke the internet that the government of Lagos State had banned the use of keke and Bikes for public transport in Lagos State. This news came as a shock to residents who depend on these modes of transportation to get to work everyday.

However, the relentless Igbo Spirit has found a way to circumvent the decree and still do business. They say you cannot come between an Igbo Man and his business. We spotted a Keke that was converted to a convertible rover a few days ago driven by an Igbo man and this put the security operatives in confusion as they couldn’t legally arrest the man. This was said to be a testing Phase of the development.

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Just today we have seen an even better adaptation of the technology by another Igbo man, this time, he has converted the Keke to a fully covered and functioning Keke Rover.

This has caused Many Yoruba’s on Nairaland to applaud the Igbo spirit, to the extent that one of them cried, “I feel like crying anytime I remember that I am not Igbo!”

Necessity they say is the mother of Invention, In Nigeria we must learn how to survive and Igbos seem to be leading the way in this Keke ban issue

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Jake Clifford

Jake Clifford is a Nigerian Born blogger and a fast growing Journalist, whose aim is to inform Nigerians with happening across Nigeria. Send story tips to him via [email protected] or

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  1. I wish you did not pollute your write up with ethnic stupidity, your analysis would have hold water, but you have infiltrated it with ethnic disease known to an Igbo man. There is no Yoruba man living or dead will ever write or say or think he wish he is an Igbo man, not even under a situation of life or death will a Yoruba mna descend so low, save for shen somebody use a welding tool to joined a metal with another one and you call that innovation that will make another person wish he is like Igbo. So your stupidity have no limit as a writer.

  2. I wish you did not pollute your write up with ethnic stupidity, your analysis would have hold water, but you have infiltrated it with ethnic disease known to an Igbo man. There is no Yoruba man living or dead will ever write or say or think he wish he is an Igbo man, not even under a situation of life or death will a Yoruba man descend so low, save for when somebody uses a welding tool to joined a metal with another one and you call that innovation that will make another person wish he is like Igbo. So your stupidity have no limit as a writer.

  3. I wrote it the way it is. It was an Igbo man, so it should be credited to him. We are one Nigeria

  4. It’s true the ethnic coronation spoilt it all we should learn to avoid putting our tribe first and foremost but a typical Igbo believes that he is Ibo (I before others ) hence they have problem every where they live. Only them them hence it’ll be difficult to be president of this our great country Nigeria unless they change their approach to tribal issues.

  5. Those who are criticising the report for identifying the idea behind the keke conversion with Igbo would surely not have complained with this level of bitterness and hatred if the report was a negative one. They would be the first to tag it Igbo even without proof.

  6. Exactly. The report was published the way it is without injecting any words. People can’t never be satisfied