Hi Reader,

It is another splendid week. We are once again taking you behind the scenes on the GatePass app. We want you to know the stories behind the features on GatePass, and today the focus is the Emergency Button.

Here is what we learned about how many communities currently…

Hi Reader,

I hope you’re having a great week! If you’re reading this for the first time, then I’m about to take you behind the scenes on the GatePass app. Today we’re looking at the bills payment feature.

Here are some challenges we noticed communities face when handling bill payments:

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But, there are places I’ve visited that women aren’t allowed in, like the queen of Sheba’s grave, she’s believed to have been buried in Ijebu-Ode, and apparently before dying she laid a curse that any female that sees her grave will die. The myth is she was sick and women…

This illustration is based on the locations mentioned in this story.

The last time I wrote about Lagos it was a somewhat rebellious piece titled “This is not a love letter to Lagos” about the façade of the place, like how everyone is a big man, but right beside them you see really poor people or how you find a slum…

Hi Reader,

As promised, this week we’re taking you behind the scenes on the GatePass app. We want you to know the stories behind the features on GatePass, and today’s focus is the Notice Board.

Here’s what we learned about how many communities currently communicate:

We know that residents are…

Hi there, we’re launching a new series where, each week, we’ll take you behind the scenes on the GatePass app. This week, our feature is the guest pass.

Did you know that GatePass first launched as a visitor management app? (That was how we got our name!). We noticed that…

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Katako used to be a very peaceful place where Christians and Muslims lived together — that was before the riot in 2001. — Ebun Omeiza, Fadeyi.

Our questions are italicized.

What’s your favourite memory about the street you grew up on?

I was born in Plateau State, in an area…

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Lagosians should actually leave Lagos before they turn 20. It’s BDSM city. E go dey tear you koboko and you go dey happy. Nonsense. — Fu’ad Lawal, Yaba.

Our questions are italicized.

What’s your favourite memory about the street you grew up on?

I grew up on many streets, but…

This illustration is based on the locations mentioned in this story

There is this buka on Ajoke Street in Iwaya. Iwaya is close to Makoko not far from the Unilag back gate. They sell one of the most amazing amala in Lagos. — Temiloluwa Osiyoye, Yaba

Our questions are italicized.

What’s your favourite memory about the street you grew up on?

This illustration is based on the locations mentioned in this story.

We done walk all the walk, corner all the corner. From James Robertson to Masha, Aguda, Fountain to Census, Bode Thomas, Ogunlano, Adeniran Ogunsaya, Randle, Ojuelegba, you name it. — Eyitemi Atie, Lekki

Our questions are italicized.

What’s your favourite memory about the street you grew up on?

I grew…

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