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Ile-epo- Along Ejigbo-Ikotun road

Just along the Ejigbo-Ikotun road, is this bus-stop whose name is derived from the mere fact that a “filling-station” ( fuel station) is sited there.

Ile-epo literally mean, house-of-oil (a gas station).


7/8- Along Airport Road

For as long as I have known this bus-stop, it has fascinated me, as I have tried tirelessly to solve the maths behind its name. Please if you have a clue, then let us know.

Same goes for the bus-stop named 23-24.

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  1. There’s ‘Abule Tailor’ (Tailor’s village, literally, lol)and ‘Salolo’ on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway and ‘Agbo malu’ (which means cow arena) on the road that leads to Ajegunle, off Marine Beach in Apapa.

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