My recent visit to Lagos has changed my perception of Nigeria’s commercial capital.
With tech hubs, a newly wealthy class, and an exploding population, Lagos is forging a model for Africa’s urban future. Saturday night in Africa’s biggest city, Lagos, and five of us are lip-reading across the table above the thumping music at Rhapsody’s, a restaurant-club on upscale Victoria Island.
Africa is a land under construction. Last year, over $220 billion was spent on all kinds of building projects in the continent.