I’m sure you’ve watched that comedy skit where a bus conductor was suited up with an iPad in hand and calling out for passengers with a well brushed-up accent.
To the creators of the skit, that’s the Lagos they want to see in the future.
Others have come up with videos, images and whatnot of what they want Lagos of the future to be. These depictions have flying cars, bullet and hanging trains, driver-less and fuel-less cars and so on.
How do you imagine the Lagos of the future? What do you think it would be like?
If you’re so curious, you might want to attend an event on the future of Lagos organized by The Institute for the Future (IFTF), a US-based not-for-profit think tank.
The event will be anchored by Jeremy Kirshbaum, Research Manager at IFTF who will share signals of change and lead a collaborative and interactive session.
The event, which is open to everyone, will take place on August 25, 2016 (tomorrow) from 3 PM to 5:30 PM on the 6th Floor by CcHUB.
The event is organized in partnership with Ìmísí 3D, a VR creation lab dedicated to growing a community of VR developers in Nigeria.