In Ajegunle, gentrification frenzy tells of what to come for Lagos

There is a frenzy of urban renewal breezing through one of Nigeria’s most notable urban slums, Ajegunle, in Lagos. It’s gradual, almost silent, yet so conspicuous it cannot be glossed over. One block at a time, Ajegunle, in the heart of Lagos, is gradually undergoing gentrification, as the tell-tale footprints dot the area in a…

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