Lekki Conservation Centre Reopens For Public Use, Friday


Lekki Conservation Centre Reopens For Public Use, Friday

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The Lagos State Government and the Management of the Lekki Conservation Centre have announced that the Canopy Walkway will be reopened for public use from Friday, 29th March 2024.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mr. Idris Aregbe confirmed this on Friday during a visit to the Centre in Lekki alongside some officials of the Ministry.

The centre reopens two months after apprehensions emerged from the damaged section of the Canopy Walkway, which had been repaired before the viral video was posted on social media platforms.

Addressing the public, Aregbe said he was happy to see that all repairs and renovations on the facility, including the Walkway, have been completed and would be accessible for tourism during the Easter celebration.

The Special Adviser appreciated Lagosians and tourists across the world for their patience during the thorough maintenance works carried out at the Centre in Lekki.

The Director-General of the Centre, Prof Mathew Onoja also appreciated the State Government for its intervention following the viral video, which first circulated in December as well as the swift response and efforts towards making the repairs and renovations seamless.

He noted that the Centre being a major tourism asset in Lagos State has played host to tourists from all over the world as it offers a serene environment for nature tourism and also boasts of the longest canopy walkway in Africa.


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