Nigeria and Kenya are African countries that are believed to have good economies. The two nations have shown robust development and urbanization as a result of technological advancements. Today, I'm going to take you through the top cities of the two countries.
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya that is the faster growing in East African region. It has advanced roads and beautiful environment attributed by the presence of trees. Despite this, it has luxurious hotels, beautiful skyscrapers, and a National Museum that makes the city a good place to visit. Below are some of its photos that will help us compare it with Lagos.
Lagos on other hand is the largest city in Nigeria despite that it's not the capital. It is a commercial hub as it has modern roads that allow the smooth movement of goods and people. Moreover, it has a National Museum displaying cultural artifacts and craft works that attract tourists. Modern architectural buildings, peaceful environment and best hotels attract large numbers of people both locally and internationally. Below are some of its photos (courtesy of Google).
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