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Full Video: Lagos Carnival 2014 Road Show

Full Video: Lagos Carnival 2014 Road Show

Last week Monday, April 21st, the entire Awolowo road in Ikoyi, Lagos was shut down because of the Lagos Carnival. The street sides thronged with anxious spectators as they marveled at the intriguing performances of the various carnival bands. Watch the complete video of the road show below:     The carnival culminated at the…

Lagos Carnival 2014: The Ikoyi Road Show in Photos

Lagos Carnival 2014: The Ikoyi Road Show in Photos

  The city of Lagos glowed in the flames of excitement on Saturday, 19th April, 2014, as Lagosians and foreigners took to the streets of Ikoyi, Victoria Island to watch countless beautifully dressed troops of dancers as they parade in their regalia. Apart from religious gatherings, the Lagos carnival is the first and largest gathering…

Super Count down… Lagos Carnival 2014 is 13 days to go!

Super Count down… Lagos Carnival 2014 is 13 days to go!

That time of the year has come again, when the beautiful city of Lagos, Nigeria, blows up in grand display of beautiful people, fabulous costumes and musical jamboree, all celebrating the loveliness and magnificence of the culture and people of Lagos. Every year, the whole parade normally kicks off with over a thousand beautifully dressed…

Bogobiri Restaurant in Ikoyi, Lagos…You’ll either Love it or Hate it!!

Bogobiri Restaurant in Ikoyi, Lagos…You’ll either Love it or Hate it!!

I’ve been to many top-class restaurants in Lagos, but Bogobiri blew me off my coast…sailed me atop blissful waters of satiating ambiance and invigorating aroma of dainty delicacies… with interiors and exterior set in a stylish medley of artistic yet bohemian ingredients…it was as though I dined in a restaurant-museum.   The soaring sun gently…

The Lagos You Don’t See: A Whitespace, Ikoyi, where we connected back with an ancient Nigeria

The Lagos You Don’t See: A Whitespace, Ikoyi, where we connected back with an ancient Nigeria

In a two-storey building posed on the sands of Ikoyi, Resides a white space, hidden yet open to you and me, A space, thought we, would be empty, Just one step in, and swallowed we were, deeper into its belly, Thrown back, drawn back in history, We saw a Nigeria we missed, Oh Yes! We…

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