It's raining season in Nigeria 🇳🇬 , and everywhere is flooded. The worst part of all States is the State we presently reside in, Lagos state. Lagos is an urban area surrounded by water, and the population of Lagosians is more than the landmass. So when the raining time comes, most of the ghetto area will be in dire situations. I have seen many sharing terrific photos of how the flood has taken up their apartments, streets, at the same time damaging their assets.
We are based in Ibeju-Lekki and luckily for us in our local government, the flood only affects the roadside. You have to put your legs into that dirty water you're seeing to pass it by. In this post, we shared photos of the flood.
Here are the streets we take to field at the moment and are now aquarium. We don't have a choice than to pass it by because success needs sacrifice and nothing is easy to be done. We believe with our resilient, grit, and persistent everything will be a history of the past very soon.
On getting to the field, the boys are asked to juggle the ball.
Ball juggling by Enejo
One of the team members teaching the boys new football skills and tactics.
We recorded a video of this flood which will give you more insight into how dire is the flood, the video is still in production and we will share it once it's ready.
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