Around two-thirds of residents of Lagos live in slum conditions. The city epitomises the future challenges facing African cities, on a scale that amplifies the strains of urbanisation. With an estimated population of 21 million, to which 3 000 new migrants are added each day, Lagos represents the promise of economic opportunity and the burden... Read More

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