Lagos is a city that never sleeps. At every point in time, Lagosians are working, hustling to survive. Everyone goes out in search of their daily bread.
While we spend our 8-5 in our offices, there are others who make life easier for us like the foodseller behind your office who is always there to cater to your stomach needs, especially as Lagosians, we tend to rush out of the house on an empty stomach. There’s the newspaper man on the street who keeps you informed with events locally and globally. The gala and soda hawker that help to ease the pangs of hunger when stuck in traffic, the cobbler by the road who gives your shoe a makeover and the vulcanizer further down the street by the corner who ensure your car is properly balanced.