The recent removal of fuel subsidy has had a significant impact on the cost of transportation in Lagos. As a result, bus conductors are now charging more for rides. This has led to a lot of frustration among commuters, who are now having to pay more for their daily commute.
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Here are some tips on how to handle your bus conductor in Lagos during this period:
- Negotiate before you enter: Don’t just get on the bus and expect to pay the conductor’s asking price. Negotiate with them and try to get a lower fare.
- Beat down the price before entry: If the conductor refuses to negotiate, try to beat down the price before you get on the bus. This will show them that you’re not willing to pay their asking price.
- Make sure you have smaller denominations: Bus conductors often don’t have a change, so it’s a good idea to make sure you have smaller denominations of cash. This will make it easier to pay the fare without having to wait for change.
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