You start the day unusually very early only to get stuck for an hour on the third mainland bridge.
You barely make it in time for your meeting to pitch the Afropreneurs Fund to an institutional investor.
You come out of your meeting to find out your driver has bashed the new car of one Lagos babe that cannot be pacified until you do the needful.
As you approach your melting point, you suddenly remember that you are close to Marina which is home to some of the best tension-defusing, inspirational offerings the continent has got to offer in the face of everyday challenges.
Half an hour later, your forehead is overtaken with sweat while your shirt has a few colored spots, but you have been reset by lafun to factory-settings and ready once again to take on all the mosquitoes, traffic, car bumps, rechargeable fans and everything else Nigeria has to throw at your hustle.
When Lagos shows you pepper, you make pepper soup out of it!