Patience pays in pace with Ambode’s passion By Kehinde Bamigbetan 0

Patience pays (Surulere) has lived up to its name by waiting for development to return to its streets. This is the first impression of a returnee to this neighbourhood when

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The Women and Youth Art Foundation 0

The Women and Youth Art Foundation, an art and skills’ acquisition NGO, established in 2004, recently moved to 14 Bank Olemoh Close, near Ike Oluwa Mosque, Akerele. As part of

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Know Your History –  Mama Shofidiya: Florence Agbeke Kuyinu By Adekanmi Ademiluyi

Serene and bungalow-lined, Shofidiya Close, off Ilesanmi Street at the Alhaji Masha end of Surulere, gently curving into the distance, was home to a vibrant and close-knit community. Generations grew

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The Mystique of Ajegunle By Uzor Maxim Uzoatu – The Poet at Large 0

“Ajegunle has become a metaphor for the entirety of the Nigerian nation,” says the angry Dagga Tolar. “It is in this part of the country that you meet the poor of the poorest, and we try to survive day in and day out.”

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Know Your Candidate: Dotun Olaribigbe aka Lobito 2

A Chinese proverb has it that the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now. Administering a local government does not require

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Why Lagos? By Antoinette Steemers 3

Sometimes, as a mother you have to cope with unexpected surprises! My name is Antoinette, I am the mother of Sanne Steemers, who came to Lagos to build a new

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