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  • 208 pages 
  • 17cm x 24cm 
  • Published in Lagos, 2019 

Taking it’s meaning from the yoruba word for “walk” and “journey”, Ìrìn journal explores African culture through travel, people and community. Their first edition explores Africa’s most populous city, Lagos, shining a light on the diverse stories from past and present that make up its unique identity.


In this issue:


  • The common ties between breakfast staples in Akara, Lagos and Acarajé, Brazil
  • What’s left of the former slave town of Badagry?
  • The colourful lives of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti and photographer Sunmi-Smart Cole
  • The legacy of Ówàmbè, a Lagos party culture
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