Ebun House, Lagos, Nigeria. Built in 1913 and demolished in 1987. Home of A.W.U Thomas, a Sierra Leonean immigrant. Possibly built by Joao Baptista da Costa, an Afro‐Brazilian immigrant master‐mason. Source: Pierre Verger.

Built in 1913 and demolished in Home of A.U Thomas, a Sierra Leonean immigrant. Possibly built by Joao Baptista da Costa, an Afro‐Brazilian immigrant master‐mason.

Ikoyi bridge. Lagos,Nigeria!

Ikoyi bridge. Lagos,Nigeria!

Ikoyi Club, Lagos, Nigeria

Ikoyi Club, Lagos, Nigeria

Lagos Nigeria Ikoyi -

The Motherland

There is increasing concern over the rising number of vacant properties in the high brow Ikoyi area of Lagos with a report estimating over 70 per cent of properties therein. What could be responsible for this? Why are the properties being abandoned?

ictures of lagos,nigeria | Lagos (Nigeria) coastline

“Eko”, “Lag” "Lasgidi"– are names often used to refer to Lagos, the largest city in Nigeria and the largest in sub-Saharan Africa.

Lagos, Nigeria.   1945-1975

Daily life in Lagos, Nigeria. More Vintage Nigerian photos

Veterinary Surgeon at work at Polo Club Lagos Nigeria | 1960s | Photo source Reggie Akpata Nigerian Nostalgia Project

Veterinary Surgeon at work at Polo Club Lagos Nigeria


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