Lagos in the early 1980s and ’90s was the economic and commercial hub of Africa. One of the most vibrant cities on the continent, it was likened to the great New York, Paris, and Milan.
Popularly referred to as “Eko” in Nigeria’s popular dialect, Yoruba, the city is bustling with a number of cultural landmarks and sites you might want to visit. It is home to the huge Nigerian Entertainment Industry including several events, festivals, and parties that bring people across the globe to celebrate.
In this article, Face2Face Africa brings you some magical sites that make the city beautiful: