Lagos, Nigeria, is a tough city. It is one of Africa's biggest cities with a population of over 15 million, by some estimates, and still growing. Many Nigerians are forced to struggle with rapidly inflating fuel costs, access to health care and clean water, food security, and daily blacks outs in a country that is quickly outgrowing it's resources.
These images show the daily lives of ordinary Nigerians going about their day to day activities; from the young boy looking after the corner store to the housewife pounding yam in her kitchen . They provide an insight into how life is lived in Lagos.
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