Like the average lagosian, I will rant and complain, moan and groan, come up with blames and then shift them, but whether we like it or yes, the almighty Lagos Traffic has come to stay. In short, traffic should be given Nigerian citizenship already. Anyways, I got tired of complaining and started to think of … Continue reading The Lagos Trafficalypse: My Survival Tips
Growing up, I had a sweet bitter relationship with molues. We were living in Mile 12 while schooling in Somolu. I was introduced to the world of tracks at about 5,6 years aka you run after bus. You had to get to the Mile 12 bus stop at a particular time. If you don't, you'd … Continue reading Molue: The pre-danfo and BRT era.
"Death by train." This is what would have been making the rounds among my friends after the news of my death has broken out. This happened when I was in my year two in college. I had this crazy friend I was always rolling around school with. One day, he suggested we took the train … Continue reading Death by Train
It’s high time somebody developed an app that will allow people switch off their shadow when they want to because apparently, having a shadow is now a crime in Lagos. Some nights ago, my sister and I were rushing to catch a bus at new garage when she decided to stop by to price a … Continue reading The Shadow Hunter