'Blue fashion' walks the runway in Nigeria
Come year-end and there's usually an occasion to step out in your finest, which could mean an outfit or accessories made of fish skin to counter the dirty side of fashion, as DW's Sam Olukoya saw on the runway in Lagos.
Stable to table: Inside Lagos meat market
Butchers and meat sellers, who travel to the northern parts of Nigeria to get live cattle and goats have over the years supplied beef across the country. GuardianTV delves into the economic side of this business in Lagos.
Can technology solve Nigeria’s port congestion?
In a quest to put to an end the lingering port congestion in Lagos State, Obi Ozor, Chief Executive Officer of Kobo360.COM says technology can solve 40 per cent of the problem. He discussed this with CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor.
N1BN worth of codeine seized
Nigeria's border agency have again seized a truckload of codeine cough syrup worth N1.17 billion. The Nigeria Customs Service, Lagos Unit intercepted a MAN diesel truck along the Alaba International Market based on a tip off.
Lagos Tanker Explosion: Senate may consider trailer parks
Lagos Tanker Explosion: Senate may consider trailer parks.
Google trains 12 startups
Google's first Launchpad Accelerator Africa Program has ended at the Impact Hub, Lagos Nigeria. Twelve startups had the opportunity to spend three months on an intense journey with the internet search and tech giant.
Role of technology in transforming Nigeria's healthcare
The state of health in Nigeria comes under the spotlight in this highlight special on the Future of Health Summit held in Lagos.
Homeless Lagos residents protest against their fate
In Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos, new buildings are always going up – and old ones are demolished, sometimes with little regard for the residents. That's what happened to a slum district called Otodo Gbame, which was swept away almost overnight.