Nigeria's capital, Abuja, was built 30 years ago to let civil servants escape the congestion of Lagos - this is the new National Communications Commission headquarters.
Constructed with Nigeria's petrodollars, it is one of Africa's few purpose built cities...
... But on the edge of town, many people live in extreme poverty - often the same civil servants who work in plush offices.
In some places, rich and poor still live side by side.
But the strict town planning of the city's birth seems to have been forgotten, as thousands of people have flocked to Abuja, attracted by its gleaming image.
But Abuja life isn't all it seems - few people enjoy running water - instead they buy water in jerry cans in unhygienic surroundings.