Nigeria: Lagos considers waterways to ease traffic gridlock

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The traffic problems in Nigeria’s largest city have been growing as fast as its population.

Lagos’s residents describe long, uncomfortable hours sitting on gridlocked roads.

Now, the government is looking at waterways as a potential solution.

Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris reports from Lagos, Nigeria.

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