Landed yesterday morning in Lagos airport after a lovely flight in. I don't sleep well on planes and one would expect that I'd catch up with my sleep in the day, not me, I ended up running around town sorting things. So I was completely knackered writing this.
No big discussion here on this one, except that I saw this opportunity whilst I was crossing the brigde that links two major parts of Lagos, Victoria Island and Lagos Island. This is a scene of some people washing a boat, it's not something I'd typically expect and that being said we Lagosians don't expect much from ourselves in anything we do. I suppose we've been so let down by our government and in some cases even our parents that we don't even expect much from anyone else. I'm sure it's not expected that Jide Alakija would run a blog as good as he does if he were truly Lagosian and I'm not being funny when I say that.Discussion point: What's your view on the streets of Lagos? What do you think about this situation of expectation. It was expected that England would win the world cup, I doubt we Nigerians expect that of ourselves much the same way I didn't expect to catch some people in Lagos wash a boad. Let the discussions begin.