TBT: Less Traffic, Less Noise, More Fun…Lagos In The 60s

Lagos state is one of the most populous and definitely the most popular of all states in Nigeria. True to its slogan, center of excellence, Lagos is where everything happens in Nigeria, the true face of the country. Do you ever wonder why the state has more celebrities, more industries, more buzz, more fun? well, if you get the answer, buzz us! TBT: Less Traffic, Less Noise, More Fun...Lagos In The 60s 1But what we do know is that Lasgidi was never this way back in the 60s, sure there were traces it would grow to become this megacity we all cannot stop talking about, but the Lagos of the past, was more organized, calmer, and definitely has less traffic, yet still very beautiful. While you could literally breathe in the colonial masters in late ’50s and early 60s, the true Lagosians still kept the Lasgidi spirit, they were hustlers, and they knew exactly how to enjoy their hustle. In the spirit of Throwback Thursday, we are going to share with you five popular spots in Lagos and what they looked like in the 60s

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The Carters Bridge
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Yaba in the 60s
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Tinubu Square
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Old Cathedral Church

 

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Lagos Island

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