Spice And All Things Rice: Lagos Pays Homage To Jollof
In Nigeria, jollof rice isn't just a tasty West African dish -- it's a national obsession. Dozens of top chefs gathered at the weekend for Lagos' inaugural jollof festival, showcasing their personal twists on the tangy tomatoey rice to a crowd of hundreds of hungry hipsters. Imoteda Aladekomo, a 31-year-old chef who has been making…
Lynxxx In London Town
Lnyxxx is a popular musician known for hit tracks like Change your Parade, African Bad Girl, Fine Lady and of course his infamous charm with the ladies. While he has been in London working on his EP, Summer Time Vibes, he gives Guardian Life a short summary of his trip! Where’s home? Home is my…
Lagos retirees hail LASG on prompt pension payments
Retirees in Lagos State on Tuesday in Lagos commended the state government for its commitment of paying them promptly.
Lagos turns 50: half-a-century of urban chaos
It's only when the thick smog of humidity and pollution lifts that the size of Lagos becomes clear: from above, the megacity of some 20 million people seems to stretch out to infinity.
Robbers write Lagos residents to pay Christmas dues
Some suspected armed robbers have written some Lagos residents urging them to prepare to pay season’s dues to them on a date not mentioned.
Lagos poor left homeless by ruthless modernisation bid
Efforts by Lagos authorities to turn Nigeria's chaotic commercial capital into a modern megacity have run into controversy after the demolition of an impoverished waterfront neighbourhood left 30,000 people homeless.
Senate throws out bill on statutory grant for Lagos
The Senate on Wednesday rejected a Bill seeking statutory grant and recognition of Lagos State for its `strategic socio-economic significance.’
Cholera kills six in Lagos
Lagos State Government says it has recorded six deaths from cholera outbreak out of 45 cases in some communities in Isolo Local Council Development Area (LCDA).