There are innumerable streets and roads that pave the city of Lagos and some of these streets/roads are famous around the country. The captivating atmosphere of Lagos’ streets, particularly Oba Akinjobi Way, will give you a wonderful explorative feeling. The Providence by Mantis is situated on this very street within the Government Reserved Area, Ikeja, Lagos which is the capital of Lagos State in the western part of the city and is famous with many attractions for the guest to enjoy, both business and leisure travellers. A high-security presence ensures a peaceful atmosphere, with the Ikeja Golf Club, restaurants, cafes, clubs, lounges and bars in close vicinity. The computer village – the largest Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessories market in Africa is located a few minutes away.
Lagos is in the south-west of Nigeria, with the Yoruba’s originating from Ile-Ife area. Known for pottery, weaving, bead work, metal work and mask making, they had become popular by their trading with the Portuguese. The Yoruba take their culture seriously, greetings form an integral part of their daily life. The Yoruba’s have a very rich cultural background: there are different forms of dance, arts, music, dressing and philosophy.