This is the front facade of one of the main taxi ranks in the more industrialised side of town.
You can tell from the curved pipes coming out of the wall that this is an ablution block. The painting brightens what would otherwise have been a drab wall of a functional building and conveys some of the vibrancy of the local minibus taxi industry: touting for passengers, waving to friends, as well as the limpness that comes from a long wait.
I was actually photographing the canalised stream below – before taking the picture above – and inadvertently captured (albeit in the distance) part of the taxi rank that lies behind the building.
The white minibuses – there are at least six of them in the right of the photograph – are ubiquitous on our roads, transporting people over long and short distances. They tend to be a law unto themselves, so drivers need to keep a sharp eye out when seeing one of them driving nearby.