Three Lagos White-Cap Chiefs

Erected and placed upon a high pedestal to welcome people into the city of Lagos, Welcome to Lagos portrays the image of three white cap chiefs (Yoruba: Idejo) in slightly different positions, wearing white...

Lagos, Before and After Independence…

Broad Street in the Mid 1940s…Growing up in Lagos pre and post-independence, my friends and I would go visit Lord Luggard after school. The elderly statesman would entertain us with tales of Napoleon’s...

Who owns Lagos?

Every man has a history so does a place. There have been various claims by some notable tribes as to who really owns Lagos, prominent amongst them are the Igbos who are the biggest investors in the largest...

History Of Lagos Island…

Lagos Island  Latitude: 6.4541          Lat (DMS) 6° 27' 15N Longitude: 3.3947      Long (DMS)              3° 23' 41E Elevation (Feet): 114 Population...

History Of Ikorodu, In Lagos..

Ikorodu is a city in Lagos State, Nigeria. Located North East of Lagos State along the Lagos Lagoon, it shares a boundary with Ogun State. As of the 2006 Census Ikorodu had an enumerated population of...

Places To Visit And See In Lagos…

​ There’s nothing that beats the feeling you get when you come across a beautiful edifice or structures that are so captivating that they simply take your breath away. You’ve most likely heard of the...

Visit The Lighthouse Beach In Lagos

If you plan on visiting Lagos State Nigeria and you also have it in mind to have a day out on the beach, then you have the answer; Lighthouse Beach is the place to be. One very good thing about this beach is...

Lets Take A Trip To Badagry And Its History.

Badagry Founded in the early 15th century on a lagoon off the Gulf of Guinea, its protected harbour led to the town becoming a key port in the export of slaves to the Americas, which were mainly...