4 K Travel Immersion in LAGOS NIGERIA the Giant of Africa : IWAYA community | drive & walk in Africa


4 K Travel Immersion in LAGOS NIGERIA the Giant of Africa : IWAYA community | drive & walk in Africa

Welcome to Lagos Nigeria for a new 4K travel experience in Africa . Today i will bring you in a…

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  1. Nigeria can never compare themselves to Nigeria with such chaos, poverty and generator noise everywhere.

  2. Hi Lido nice Vedio Its.a shame they don't. clean the street 3😀

  3. What on earth is going on??? That someone can still take a leisurely stroll at night without taking fright nor flight anywhere in the likes of Lagos/Ibadan is amazing. So there is still hope?! Almost FORTY years, since childhood, I've been in the UK, wondering whether there are any safe parts to return to in that country. I really WANT to go back, despite warnings to the contrary from several sources, and this is quite encouraging. I've been watching your vlogs for short of two years and the number of times I've expected your parked bike to have been swiped …but it just doesn't happen. The pull of the motherland is pretty strong, but then again; am I being a fool unto myself???

  4. AND NIGERIANS TROLLING GHANAIANS ON AFRICAN TIGRESS VIDEOS…LOL

  5. Dommage que je ne comprenne ce qui se dit, j'adore ce type de vidéo au plus près de la population. ..

  6. I really enjoy your videos. Thank you for sharing your journeys.

  7. Im pretty ajute life there is easier…how do they live without law?😏😏😏😏😏

  8. Thanks Ludo! This was a great experience. I felt like I was there with you guys. I always look forward to your videos. They have become a normal part of my routine.

  9. This was amazing. Thank you!

  10. I enjoyed watching this episode. Funny moments chatting about Naija Babies?😂. Anyhow…stay safe! Thanks for sharing!

  11. It is a pity that YouTube will soon be blocked in Russia, I do not want to part with your vlog (( I will miss you very much

  12. Giants of poverty and corruption

  13. Thanks Ludo for video. It is very interesting to learn how people live, what houses, what culture. Nice video and cool screensaver😁👍❤️

  14. I really love this videos💚, im Mexican, hi!

  15. Thank you Sir for sharing this post, you need to see the excitement in my face while watching this video, this is my community. I enjoyed watching this. I was able to show my wife my the street where I grow up ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  16. Hi ludo, was wondering if you do this full time? or have a side job?

  17. I lived on Arowolo Street, next to Fazil o' Mar High school. I also went St. Finbarrs college

  18. Ludo, riding with you in IWAYA made me feel like I was a member of the community rather than just a casual observer. Especially the part where that guy was teasing Eadoto. Watching the people going to and from work, taking care of daily chores, the children going to school or returning home, street vendors, mothers walking with their younger children, two young girls chasing each other, walking through the neighborhood houses, older boys playing soccer, younger boys with a look of curiosity, and transition into the community evening activities was exciting. You provide the opportunity for me to see where people live and how they live just doing life outside the tourist attraction areas. Ludo, I feel the same way you do about the young boy being disciplined by crawling on his knees. If something like this were to occur anywhere publicly in America, the city police and CPS (Child Protective Services) would have been called immediately, the responsible adult arrested and the child taken into protective custody. Ending on a positive note, I want to thank the young woman for icing my three-layer birthday cake. It is much too soon, but I'll take it now anyways. 🤗

  19. I’m Egyptian in USA and I love these, love my brothers and sisters in 🇳🇬 Nigeria❤️🙏

  20. Thanks for the video upload. I like the immersion.

  21. Could you believe I don't know about Iwaya community, sir? This is my first time of hearing about it. Thank you very much, sir.

  22. A picture is worth a thousand words, Lord have mercy!

  23. Real people Living their Real lives.

  24. Hi, can you drop an email for contact please. You're really doing a wonderful job.

  25. Beautiful video from you again mr Ludo. I Enjoyed watching this morning and thanks for sharing

  26. Watching your videos made me realize I've not even explored 1/8 of Lagos even though I've lived there all my life

  27. If you see big cars where you don't expect them then that means that person has worked hard to get that car , but still living in a run down area

  28. I see you're meeting lots of every day people living life in poor neighborhood s, but every one is happy , that's great to see

  29. Beautiful video always enjoy your video 🙂👍

  30. Nice video. Thanks for bringing memories after over 30 plus a years out of the country.

  31. Me gustó , saludos desde Venezuela

  32. J’ai bien aimé, c’est différent des autres vidéo surtout le soir! J’ai hâte a la prochaine vidéo 🎥🙋‍♂️

  33. Ludo, you're a
    DAREDEVIL!🦇🦇🦇🦇
    It's thrilling to watch you manoeuvring with dexterity.
    Wow you're a tough cookie to handle the driving while filming the hectic hustle and bustle of daily life in LAGOS.
    Fair play to you, keep the vibes and adrenaline flowing.🏍️🚥🛵🚦🛑🚨⛽🏍️🏍️🏍️🏍️🏍️🏍️🏍️🏍️🏍️🏍️

  34. Love your Nigeria videos 💚🤍💚

  35. Cool 😎

    You love to ride and walk in Lagos, Ludo!

    Watch soccer on field while you walked with your friends……I heard Nigeria Super Eagles are good team.

    Great show in YouTube history!!! See you next videos to Africa! Bring your passport with you, 👀🌍

  36. Like to see more Abuja Nigeria living👍

  37. Nice, leisurely stroll through the local area.

  38. Wow nice to see abete still the same i grew up in iwaya Joseph Harrison street

  39. The betrayal of Nigeria continues ….

  40. 🇳🇬🇳🇬✊🏾✊🏾🖤🖤

  41. from next weekend I'll be bringing you on a trip between several countries ! hope you will be here to check at the videos coming !
    I'll be driving my bike from Nigeria, Benin and Togo and back to Nigeria.
    I hope you will enjoy, don't forget to subscribe and turn on the notification bell if you don t want to miss any upload

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