In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 07th, September, 2020

Lagos Govt Provides Approval For Reopening Of These Two Leisure Parks

Lagos Govt Gives Approval For Reopening Of These Two Recreational Parks

Babajide Sanwo-Olu

Babajide Sanwo-Olu


The Lagos State Authorities on Sunday introduced the reopening of two of its leisure parks for public use, stressing that guests to the parks should adjust to the subsisting COVID-19 protocols.


Mrs Titilayo Ajirotutu, the Assistant Director, Public Affairs, Lagos State Parks and Gardens (LASPARK), disclosed this in a press release made accessible to newsmen in Lagos.


In response to Ajirotutu, the reopened leisure services are the Ndubisi Kanu Park in Alausa and the Dr Abayomi Finnish Park in Oregun, Ikeja.


The Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) reviews that the state had closed down all parks on the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic to comprise the neighborhood unfold of the virus.


This measure denied enjoyable seekers the chance to loosen up within the open and hindered authorities income from the services.


The assertion quoted Mrs Adetoun Popoola, the Common Supervisor of LASPARK, as saying that the company had made needed preparations and put in place related security protocols for the general public to go to the parks.

“Strict observance of COVID-19 pointers together with bodily distancing, use of face masks, temperature checks and washing of fingers with cleaning soap and operating water is germane to lowering the danger of publicity to the virus.

“It is usually pertinent to say that youngsters beneath 5 and adults above 65 years are suggested to remain house to cut back their danger of an infection.

“All play objects and video games which have excessive contact surfaces can even not be operational for now on the parks,” Popoola mentioned.

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The LASPARK boss mentioned additional that the occupancy restrict of the parks had been restricted to 150 folks for Ndubuisi Kanu Park and 100 folks for Dr. Abayomi Finnih park to forestall overcrowding.


She mentioned that different public leisure parks in numerous components of the state are nonetheless being assessed for reopening, including that the general public can be notified accordingly. (NAN)

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