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FUTURE LAGOS | Why I Love Africa’s Largest City




‘From visitors and returnees to residents and indigenes everyone has a reason for their love for ‘their’ Lagos’

Bursting with energy, Lagos, Nigeria’s social and cultural capital, is on the rise as a growing economy, bringing promise despite the extensive infrastructure deficit. Here is a video that lets you experience the city through the eyes of the people who call it home.

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by Olamide Udoma

Lagos is a melting pot of cultures, tribes, races and people. How each one of us experiences this city is different. From visitors and returnees to residents and indigenes everyone has a reason for their love for ‘their’ Lagos. This is the experience of the city through the eyes of the people who call it home.

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Olamide Udoma is a researcher, writer and filmmaker holding degrees in BSc Architecture, MA Design and MPhil Infrastructure Management. Olamide has worked in London, South Africa and Nigeria with various organisations focusing on transport management, slum upgrading and housing rights in urbanising African cities. At Our Future Cities NPO, she is the Lagos manager and editor.