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Located opposite the Lagos State House Of Assembly, JJT park was opened in honour of three former governors of Lagos state- Brigadier Mobolaji JOHNSON, Alhaji Lateef JAKANDE, and Asiwaju Bola Ahmed TINUBU hence the name, Johnson Jakande Tinubu Park (JJT) .

It was commissioned by the immediate past government of Lagos state to immortalize these heroes of Lagos state

I have been to JJT park twice and I had a very good experience so I thought to share.

Things to do at JJT Park.

•Take lots of photos

The park has amazing spots for pictures, so for your birthday, prewedding, lifestyle shoots and even photos for your Instagram aesthetics, you should consider JJT park.

These spots include:

•The “Eyo” Statue

•The JJT statute that has the flags surrounding it

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•The dry fountain

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P.S: You can take as many pictures as you want with your phone but you have to pay #2500 to use a professional camera for the whole day which is quite fair in my opinion.

•It’s a lovely place for a group picnic. All you have to do is come in pick a tent or a spot on the lawn and have fun.

•There is a food court also. I hear that it is slightly pricey but hey you can come in with your food and drinks.

•The kids are not left out, there is a special playground for kids.

•No entry free is required and you have full access to all the facilities in the park.

It is very well maintained, neat and quite spacious but I’m sorry to burst your bubbles, there is no parking space within the park.

The park closes at 6:30pm.

In terms of cleanliness, access, maintenance, JJT park is one of the best parks I’ve been to in Nigeria. I’d go there over and over again. You should totally visit.

Ever been to JJT park? what do you like about the place?