Remembering The “Village Headmaster” at 50
It was a ‘reunion’ time for surviving cast and crew members of The Village Headmaster, a rested television drama series, as Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) on October 28 and 29 celebrated them at the Terra Kulture and at the Freedom Park, both in Lagos, to mark 50 years of the programme’s creation.
Ademola Lawrence gives updates on Balogun market fire
Road users in Lagos, particularly those who commute between the Island and Mainland, will have a tough traffic experience in the next few weeks.
British-born Nigerian artist Shonabire launches Lagos residency to boost African art
British-born Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare has launched a residency program in the West African country's commercial capital Lagos in the hope that it will help the continent to raise its profile in the global art scene.
Fire erupts in Lagos’ Balogun market
On Tuesday, 5 November 2019, fire broke out at a shopping plaza situated at the popular Balogun Market, Lagos. Fortunately, personnel of the Lagos State Fire Service was able to prevent the blaze from spreading to other buildings.
Rehabilitation work along Lagos-Ibadan exp. way to be suspended by Dec.
Commuters along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway are in for a traffic-free Christmas as the federal ministry of works and housing promises to suspend rehabilitation work on the 15th of December.
Colouring outside the lines a Nigerian artist has created his own art form
Masked artist Yusuff Abogunde is working on his latest project painting the walls of a studio he shares with other artists in Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos.
Customs seizes 33 containers of expired rice at Tincan Port
The Tincan Island Customs Command has uncovered thirty-three containers of expired smuggled foreign parboiled rice in Lagos. Another twenty-one containers were also found to contain hundreds of cartons of tramadol, performance enhancement drugs and other unwholesome products.
Motorbike taxi apps jostle for trade on crowded Lagos roads
Known for its nightmare traffic and badly maintained roads, getting to work in Nigerian capital Lagos is a daily ordeal that often lasts hours. Sensing an opportunity, a growing number of ride hailing services have stepped into the chaos -- bringing order to the "okada" motorbike taxis that have long whizzed perilously around Lagos.
The motorbike (Okada) evolution on Nigeria's crowded roads
Known for its nightmare traffic and badly maintained roads, getting to work in Lagos is a daily ordeal that often lasts hours. Sensing an opportunity, a growing number of ride-hailing services have stepped into the chaos bringing order to the traditional "Okada" motorbike system that has long whizzed perilously around Lagos.
Digital-only retail bank Kuda raises $1.6mn, aims for Q4 live launch in Nigeria
Lagos and London-based digital-only retail bank, Kuda says it has raised $1.6 million in pre-seed funding. To discuss their plans going forward, Co-founder and CEO of Kuda, Babs Ogundeyi, joins CNBC Africa for more.