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The Ndubuisi Kanu Park, Lagos

“Parks and gardens have been established in different parts of the state to provide a conducive environment for recreation and relaxation. The number of gardens and parks in the state increased with the opening of the Badagry Park. “The increased patronage of these facilities, which is no longer restricted to festive season, has made it necessary to equip these centers with free Wi-Fi to serve the needs of visitors to these parks. “As you relax and enjoy the recreation facilities in these parks, we are also making it possible for you to access your email, browse and search the internet on your tablets, smartphones and laptops, via a reliable public Wi-Fi,” he said. read more

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The Johnson Jakande Tinubu (JJT) Park, Alausa Ikeja.

The park was opened in honour of three former governors of the state, Brigadier Mobolaji Johnson (Rtd), Alhaji Lateef Jakande and Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu. The park is located in front of the state House of Assembly and few metres away from Lagos House. Gov. Ambode, who spoke at a ceremony to unveil the park known as Johnson, Jakande, Tinubu Park (JJT Park), said it was part of the efforts of his administration to immortalise heroes of the state. read more

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History Of Badagry…

Badagry, a coastal community in Lagos State, prides itself as cradle of civi­lization in Nigeria. Believed to have been founded in 1425 A.D, the town derived its name from the fusion of the name of its founder, a famous farm­er known as Agbedeh and the word “Greme”, which means farm in Ogu (Egun) language. Originally, the name of the town which is situated between the city of Lagos, and the bor­der of Republic of Benin at Seme was said to have evolved from the dual corruption of Agbedegreme (which means Agbedeh’s farm in “Ogu” lan­guage) to Agbedagari and from Agbedagari to Badagry by Yoruba settlers and European slave traders respectively. read more

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This Is Tinubu Square In Lagos.

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has, expressed the resolve of his administration to continue to preserve cultural and historical sites across the State and develop them to international standard to boost tourism, employment generation and relaxation. read more