It is 6am and Lagos is alive as city pavements buzz with commuters preparing to pack into bright yellow Danfo minibuses.
Roadside sellers push their stock as traffic slowly builds. The financial capital of Nigeria – the continent’s largest economy – never takes a break.
In just a few decades, this small coastal town has transformed into a sprawling metropolis and is now the most populous city in Africa. A thriving symbol of the world’s population spilling over the eight billion mark.