Lagos City in Motion episode 1
By Guardian TV
02 November 2016 | 4:01 pm
City in Motion is a series highlighting the various modes of transportation in Lagos, Nigeria. In this episode, Andre Blaze takes us into the world of Lagos' famous yellow cab drivers and how they earn their daily bread.
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