These Insane Tweets About Lagos Are Making Us Die Of Laughter

August 9, 2021

When AGBA asked people to share their craziest Lagos experiences, we knew we’d get crazy stories, but nothing could have prepared us for the madness that the TL brought.

These are some of the craziest things Nigerians have experienced in Lagos.

1. This one is too wild.

2. They would have to seperate me and the doughnut seller.

3. Nice one, task force.

4. Imagine waking up to this.

5. Excuse me?

6. Hello?

7. What would you do in this situation?

8. STARK?

9. Imagine just walking on the road and… gbam!

10. Lagos bike men are a menace.

11. Ah!

12, But did he collect it?

13. We need to interview Lagos danfo seatbelts.

14. Why are people wicked?

15. This one has happened to me before.

16. What in the Namaste Wahala is this?

17. He did what?

18. Why are you even asking a stranger on a BRT to eat with you?

19. Robbery-ception.

20. Did they want to service review?

21. This definitely happens every day in Lagos.

22. In the middle of the road?

23. But what if he knew what he was doing?


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