“Night Bus From Lagos to Aba”: Lady Pays N24,000 Transport Fare, Reaches Aba After 18 Hours on Road

A Nigerian lady who travelled by night bus from Lagos to Aba has shared her experience after the journey. She shared the video on TikTok, showing that she spent at least 18 hours on the road from Lagos to Aba in Abia state....READ FULL ARTICLE

When she got to the bus station in Lagos by 6pm, she paid the transportation fare to Aba which was N24,000.

The lady, Favour, said she had to wait for the luxurious bus to fill up with passengers before it finally took off around 9pm.

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After the bus moved, it broke down even before leaving Lagos. They spent about two hours waiting for it to get fixed. Favour said they ended up getting to Aba by 12pm the next day instead of the usual 6am expected arrival time.

She wrote on her TikTok video:

“Will I do it again? A weak yes. For my return trip, I took the morning bus.”

Watch the video below:


📍Lagos to the East by night bus Transport company: The Young Shall Grow Motors Cost: N25,000 Will I do it again? A weak yes, but definitely not with The Young Shall Grow. I am yet to see a positive review about them. And experiencing their super bad service firsthand meant straight up canceling. For my return trip, I took the morning bus with a new transport company and I’m excited to share my experience with you! 💬Can you guess the company? Hint: They are red.🙃

♬ original sound – Favour – Travel Blogger

@Morenike said:

“Try am ke. Imagine the time you even arrived chai.”

@IAmAustine commented:

“This is the last thing I’ll ever do. Night travel.”

@omoxehinde said:

“Thank God I stay in gbagada. The first time that bus broke down in gbagada I for don carry my bag de go house.”

@ebere.chukwu said:

“lmaoooo. I cannot try this. panic attacks will not let me See the first time your bus broke down while still in lag? lmao. I for don turn back.”

@Gozie said:

“I travelled from Onitsha to kano two times almost every week by night bus for almost two years.”...READ FULL ARTICLE

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