The Lagos state Police Command has announced that all routes in Lagos are open for traffic.
Earlier, some parts of Nigeria’s commercial city, Lagos were shut down by the authorities due to the president’s visit.
The Lagos commissioner of police, Edgal Imohimi, gave an update on the situation Thursday, March 29.
Imohimi said “All routes are open to both human and vehicular traffic; members of the public are advised to go about her normal business.
“Lagos residents are assured of adequate security and easy flow of traffic during and after Buhari’s visit.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday visited Lagos state three years into his presidency.
He will be in Lagos on a two-day official visit ending Friday, March 30.