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Roughly 3.5 billion people worldwide are now under #coronavirus  lockdown, after residents in Moscow (12 million) and Lagos (21 million) were ordered to stay home. #HardNumbers 

Throwback: Nine-year-old Basil Okpara has created more than 30 games in under four months after attending a coding camp in Lagos, Nigeria

Lagos: We did not approve housing development in Magodo greenbelt

Lagos: Five coronavirus patients test negative, to be released

Lagos reports second death from coronavirus, one evacuated

@ChimamandaReal  has lived in Lagos on and off for a decade. Here, she reflects on life in Nigeria's biggest city

COVID-19: Lagos APC seeks residents’ understanding on stimulus package distribution #vanguardnews 

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Lagos reports second death from coronavirus, one evacuated


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Ginger Baker, great drummer, wild and lovely guy. We worked together on the 'Band on the Run' album in his ARC Studio, Lagos, Nigeria. Sad to hear that he died but the memories never will. X Paul

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This Nigerian magician wants to be the best in the world.??‍♂️ 19-year-old, Babs Cardini wows audiences by performing tricks on the streets of Lagos. He showed us his most popular trick - turning objects into money.

Authorities in Lagos said on Friday that hospitals had seen cases of chloroquine poisoning after Donald Trump touted the drug as a treatment against the coronavirus

? "Don't break your head!" Nigeria's first skate crew on the growing scene in Lagos, and how many residents aren't sure what to make of it.

Funmbi said, "Make her look like a Lagos slay queen." Tolu obliged. Grateful to have been a part of the celebration of Engr. Olusegun Akann Doherty's well-loved life. MU & gele: Tolu Felix Threads: Funke Adepoju

Lacazette levelled... and Lagos went wild ? Loving your support, Naija Gooners ??❤️ #ARSLIV 

Lagos might be alluring for its economic benefits, but employees in Nigeria’s commercial capital are stressed, burned out and exhausted because of ‘hellish traffic’

This school in Lagos allows parents to pay for their children’s fees with plastic bottles. The group behind the groundbreaking initiative hope to impact the lives of 10,000 children through their work.

"My life will not end like this under the bridge. No." We spent a day with three men who came to Lagos to look for a better life, but found themselves sleeping under a flyover in the city.