After perusing through Logo’s awesome instagram page, we selected some images that speak to the daily commute in Lagos, Nigeria.
With her Muslim hijab and down-turned gaze, Najwa is invisible to most eyes, especially to the rich Arab families whose houses she cleans in London. Twenty years earlier, Najwa, then an aristocratic Westernized Sudanese, could have never imagined this new life.
A review by Darkowaa of AfricanBookAddict.com
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A story, situated in London, plays on conversations between Africans and their interactions with a wider Europe… [6mins]
Idara cleaned her flat every day. People didn’t understand what she meant when she said she cleaned every day. She was sure they imagined her hurriedly adjusting throw pillows, washing dirty plates and perhaps wiping down marble counters before dashing off to prepare for work… [10mins]