A viral video of Abuja residents queuing to board bikes “okada” in Lugbe, Abuja has sparked conversation online as Internet users compare the level of the passenger’s coordination to Lagos passengers.

A woman identified as @momoftriplets was amazed after observing how organized and coordinated the passengers were in the queue as they waited in turns to board any bike that entered the park.

In her words, it was quite unbelievable to see Nigerians queuing to enter bikes in Lugbe as she suggests coordination should be imposed across the country for decorum and orderliness in public spaces.

Quoting her video, a resident in the comment section mentioned that the bike men are answerable to passengers on the queue so anyone who refused to join the queue would be stranded at the bus stop for hours.

Abuja residents have trooped into the comment section, stating how transporters in Abuja take shifts on their working days. Many speculate that coordination is a strategy for increased prices without bargaining.

See comments below,

@r_a_h_a_m_a I stood for so long refusing to join the queue. Any bike I stop, he would literally pass and straight to where people were queuing 😂😭

@prettyprincessmuna Not organized but strategic and it’s good 🤷🏻‍♀️
Strategy for increased price
If you refuse no other bike will carry you🤭🤣

@nneka_h In my estate bike wont carry u in the afternoon bcos afternoon is for napep lol

@hair2toe1 it’s a good style in my opinion,some people are too harsh and impatient when it comes to boarding commute,make e be turn by turn

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