Living in Lagos is an extreme sport. It is really baffling how the smallest state in Nigeria, with just about 3,345 square kilometers of land area can occupy over 9 million residents all at once, thus, causing havoc almost every day. If you have survived Lagos then you are a warrior, and we can only “Comot” cap for you, it’s not easy my brother and there’s nothing normal about it.
At this rate, you would think there’s a war going on in Lagos, Nigeria, No! residents of Lagos are not trying to stop a hurricane, or prevent an alien invasion, they are only trying to avoid 3-hour traffic that lasts for a 25-minute distance. It sounds absurd, right? Only in Lagos dear. This is just the tip of the iceberg as I will still take you through Monday mornings in Lagos, which is a whole different sport on its own.
The apprehension that comes with the knowledge of Monday being around the corner is out of this world, the Lagos kind is extraordinary, this is why we have put together this list of top 10 Monday morning rituals in Lagos; no need to fret, let’s jump right into it.