Lagos is generally believed to be the state where dreams come true. For a reason, this has proven to be true. Yearly, the population of the state increases, and this is not because of the high rate of birth, but because daily, more and more people troupe in, primarily to come and fulfil their dreams.
Being the commercial capital of the country and also one of the biggest commercial hubs in Africa, it is understandable that people come from far and wide into Lagos, to have access to the many opportunities that it holds.
In this issue of Eko Adventure, we take you through an adventure of entertainment – looking at the fun lifestyle – and also business – of entreprenuers tapping into the Lagos market. We also look at the famed Eyo Festival, exploring how much it can contribute to the state’s cultural tourism.
On this adventure, reaching for excellence was not very demanding because that is exactly what Lagos demands of you.
Humans Of Lagos
Charles Egualeona: Telling Societal Stories With Visual Art
Charles Egualeona, known as Makaveli Charley is a visual artist who believes that art reflects the world around it. He has always had the love of art close to his heart and he decided to chase the dream of creating worlds he imagined with his skills, telling stories from his creative mind, transferring onto his canvas, and many imaginations brought to life.
DJ Chocolate Thvnder: Switching Career And Killing It
Growing up in Mushin, Lagos is one hell of a ride. The environment is tough, the type of people you wake up to every day are the type that influence your life in a different type of way entirely, but Kofoworola Bhadmus popularly known as DJ Chocolate Thvnder is a proof that truly, ‘a white pap can come out of a black pot.’
Video - Tapping Into The Lagos Market
Eyo Festival: As a part of Lagos State cultural tourism
4 events happening in Lagos in November
Content Lead: Sheriff Oshin | Editor: Felicia O. Ochelle | Videography: Omogbolahan Abolade | Business Unit: Adedeji Ogundipe | Legal Unit: Hussain Tijani