In a city where graffiti-decked monsters fly, reign

FOR decades, Danfo have been the bane of Lagosians. As though resigned to their fate, the city’s commuters hate to love them. In the humid, crowded and noisy metropole that is Lagos City, the Danfo – which means “Stand out to fly” in the local Yoruba dialect – not only rule but stand out, each recognisable thanks to their ingenious designs spiced up with bold, provocative and irritatingly inviting graffiti.

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