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Lagos City Info: Keep Up!



Do not be caught dosing off on a bicycle. The second edition of the Lagos City Info magazine was released on Tuesday, the 12th of September, 2017 after the premiere edition in May 2017. Your favourite city guide is back with a compass on places to explore for leisure, shopping, fine dining, art, nightlife and lots more, even while still being a reminder of the culture and heritage of the city of Lagos.

City Info Africa has its core in showcasing the fullness of Africa one city at a time, and has over the past couple of years, provided solutions of tour guidance in Nigerian cities, from Ibadan, to Abuja and now, Lagos. Welcome to the second edition of the Lagos City Info magazine!

This edition is dabbed in the luxury lifestyle of Lagos, with a throwback on the events that characterized the celebrations of Lagos at 50. It also pays tribute to the King of Afro-beats, Fela Kuti and also brings to the fore, the media personalities behind Cool Fm, Wazobia Fm and Nigeria Info.

 
Wondering how best to travel in style, within or out of Lagos? Then, subscribe and find out even more on our social media platforms, and never have to miss our subsequent editions!

Digital copy: https://issuu.com/cityinfoafrica/docs/lagos_city_info__2__interactive_sin

Hard copies of the magazine will be available at local venues such as airports, restaurants, malls, hotels and cultural institutions across the city.
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