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The Pop Up Market #AfricaHypeMarket first edition held yesterday, 6 March, 2016 at Muri Okunola Park, Victoria Island Lagos.   The first edition of the Pop Up Market#AfricaHypeMarket held yesterday, 6 March, 2016 at Muri Okunola Park, Victoria Island Lagos. Entrepreneurs and

Lagos as Nigeria’s entertainment hub has a lot to offer visitors and residents. Tourists will find some of the best hot spots,bars, night clubs, cinemas, and shopping malls that will make their stay for Christmas memorable. We have compiled some

Saw this hilarious post and just felt I should hit Lagos up Lol… Not to appear being sexist, Lagos single girls love the good life. They are always on the look out for opportunities to advance personal goals. They visit

Lagos is the arguably the most populous state in Nigeria and the number of people coming to the city keeps growing every day. It is no doubt that the city has a lot of economic opportunities which is one of

Lagos is one of the top cities in Africa? Of course it is, but according to Paul Chiama writing for All Africa, the city’s potential for inclusive growth is what makes it stand out from the crowd. Lagos city center

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode took over the reins of power in Lagos state on May 29, 2015, with Lagosians hoping for a continuation of his predecessor’s strides, or even better. Their hopes stemmed from the promises of the campaigners during the

There are innumerable streets and roads that pave the city of Lagos and some of these streets are famous around the country. Both locals and visitors always want to visit them whenever they are in the area. Walking along the

By Oghenefego Ofili We all have dreams and aspirations; some people go ahead to work towards theirs, others wait for everything to fall into place. Let me paint a picture of the typical Lagosian who has a dream; something that

THAT Lagos, the commercial nerve centre of Nigeria, is choking with a killer traffic gridlock is no longer news. Residents of the city are groaning. Going from one point to another daily is hellish. The last month of October appeared

Lagos is the heartbeat of Nigeria-economically, socially and otherwise. From the comical to the puzzling and the most shocking, it all happens in this city of over 15 million people. It is a fascinating place to be. Due to the complexities