Showing posts with label Surulere. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Surulere. Show all posts

Friday, December 4, 2020

The Safest Locations in Lagos City

Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria and Africa's largest megacity is an awesome hub for business and entertainment as one of the most resilient cities in the world. It is a coastal city in the Gulf of Guinea, the north easternmost part of the tropical Atlantic ocean.

Lagos has over seven beaches with world class resorts, hotels, residential areas and shopping malls. 

The most important thing to have in every area is security, because security will guarantee your safety. And the choice of a safe location for your office and residence will give you peace and tranquility without the fears of attacks by criminals and other unlawful people in your environment.

The best residential districts are also the safest locations in Lagos with 24 hours security and regular power and water supply in serviced houses and flats for rent, lease or purchase in Ikeja, Apapa, Beachland, Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki, Surulere, Yaba and Oregun.

Flats for rent from US$7, 000 per annum.

Flats for sale from US$100, 000.

Houses for rent from US$10, 000 per annum.

Houses for sale from US$500, 000.

Contact us for the best and safest locations and tour guides by email address:

- By Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima, a prize winning writer and author is one of the most popular reviewers on @TripAdvisor and producer/director of "Lagos in Motion" documentary film.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Popular Nigerian Celebrity Blogger and Publisher Escapes From Armed Robbers in Lagos

Linda Ikeji, the popular Nigerian celebrity blogger and publisher escaped from being robbed Friday afternoon at the Finicky restaurant and bar at the Kilo Bus stop in Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria.

She was having her meal with a close friend from Bonny Island when four armed robbers on motorbikes attacked customers at the fancy restaurant and bar and robbed them of their valuable possessions. She and her friend had to hide upstairs whilst the armed robbers robbed customers on the ground floor. The robbers later came upstairs and left when they did not see any customer or staff there. She and her friend thanked God for their narrow escape and vowed never to patronize the Finicky at the Kilo Bus stop again.

"It's an embarrassment to hide in the toilet," said one of the lucky customers who said he was among the customers who had to hide in the toilets upstairs.

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