“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.
Ambode said the the free Wi-Fi was another landmark in the administration’s desire to integrate the State’s economy in the mainstream of the 21st century economy.