Earlier today, marking the 62nd independence of Nigeria, supporters of the presidential candidate of Labour Party, marched in their thousands from Lekki to Surulere and Festac.
Many of the supporters on Saturday morning were seen holding the posters of the LP candidate and his vice, Yusuf Baba-Ahmed, who had branded vests as they marched around.
The rally caused both human and vehicular traffic around the Stadium axis, from Alaka and Teslim Balogun Stadium and down to Ojuelegba.
Third Force Movement appealed to the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development to approve the car park of the National Stadium Lagos, for the October 1 rally of supporters of Labour Party, LP, Presidential Candidate, Mr. Peter Obi.
Noting that the use of the stadium would avert unintended lockdown, The Third Force Movement, in a statement by Mr. Olawale Okunniyi, said without the approval the organisers cannot stop Nigerians from using other venues like Gani Fawehinmi Park or Lekki Toll Gate.
At Lekki Toll Gate, the Lagos State Police Command was able to enforce strict compliance with the no rally order.
A federal high court in Lagos had on Wednesday ordered the LP and its supporters not to converge on the Lekki tollgate.