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Profiling The Beauty of Lagos: The Sights and the Sounds

Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge
It is not every time we report negative news about Lagos. We understand we have some challenges as a state and a nation, issues ranging from power, lack of basic infrastructure among others. Despite all these many have succeeded and broken the norm, some have challenged the status quo and went on to excel in their various fields

Lagos is the most populated Nigerian city, the second most populated in Africa, and expected to overtake Cairo as the most populated by 2022, according to the U.N. According to Nigerian census figures from 2006, the population of Lagos City State was 17.5 million {2006}. Lagos is a metropolis situated on various islands separated by creeks and lagoons, it is a prominent African Economic & Financial, Cultural, Entertainment, Transportation & logistics center and is rated a Beta city according to the GaWC global cities ranking, having one of Africa's largest and busiest sea and air.

Lagos as a city faces a lot of challenges peculiar to fast-growing cities and the government is facing these challenges head-on and tackling them in interesting and innovative ways. A lot is going on in the way of improved urban life such as the planned rail system {UC} & improvement in other aspects of transportation which includes total reconstruction of roads, phasing out danfo buses into the new ultra morden BRT buses and the ongoing sea ports construction.

These are pictures of  Lagos nightlife in all its glory and beauty

Zenith Bank Headquaters, Ajose Adeogun, VI

Eko Bridge

The Beauty of the Lagoon at night

Bar Beach

Victoria Island

National Theatre, Iganmu 

Lekki Toll Gate

View from the Eagle's Eye

Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge

InterContinental Hotel, Lagos 

Civic Centre

Back View of the Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge 

From the Eagle's Eye 

Eko Bridge 

Law School Road, V.I

Proposed Makoko Buildings

Welcome to the city of Lagos 

Ikeja Bus Terminal

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