Commuters and residents of the Lekki-Ajah area of Lagos State now ply the road with little or no obstruction as normalcy returns.
There has been reports that commuters were seen driving through the Admiralty and Ikoyi-Link Bridge Toll Gates to their various destinations.
However, it would be recalled that protests over a now-disbanded police unit, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), took over the area for about two weeks, with demonstrators using the social media hashtag #EndSARS to rally crowds.
The protesters had blocked the toll gates, while protesting against police brutality and an end to such, calling on the government to accede to their demands.
However, on October 20, the protesters were dispersed by alleged shootings that caused many injuries following a 24-hour curfew imposed by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on the state.
Some residents expressed gladness that the crisis was over, calling on the state government to ensure safety of its citizenry.
They also called on the government to dialogue with the youth and give them the opportunity to thrive.