Thursday, September 1, 2016

Nunnsi Ojong and Celina Ideh at The Palms Shopping Mall in Lekki



Nunnsi Ojong and Celina Ideh at The Palms Shopping Mall in Lekki


Nunnsi Ojong and Celina Ideh having fun at The Palms Shopping Mall in Lekki in "Lagos in Motion" tourist documentary film of EKENYERENGOZI Michael Chima.


You can buy the book edition on Amazon
LAGOS in MOTION: A Photo Album of Africa's Largest Megacity (LAGOS: Africa's Largest Megacity) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 6, 2016
by Michael Chima Ekenyerengozi (Author)
US$20.00

This is the photo book of my “Lagos in Motion: Sights and Sounds of Africa’s Largest Megacity” tourist documentary film. This book of selected photographs from more than 35 different locations of the documentary is as im-portant as the motion picture and will certainly become a collector’s item. I have been living in Lagos since birth, so I have seen the evolution of Lagos from the 1970s to date as the federal capital of Nigeria before losing the status to Abuja in 1991, but has become one of the fastest growing cities in the world as the commercial capital of Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa and the continent's largest economy boosted by the rapid development of Lagos state with a population of more than 20 million people attracting both local and global investors to become the richest state in Nigeria and fifth biggest economy in Africa as the largest megacity with the highest GDP. Lagos is also heartbeat of the continent for entertainment with the phenomenal Nollywood, the largest home entertainment industry in Africa and second largest home videos industry in the world after Bollywood of India and ahead of Hollywood in production of home videos.


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