Lagos National Stadium restored to former shape
By Guardian Exclusive
22 September 2020 | 9:19 am
The abandoned National Stadium, Lagos, is finally getting attention decades after neglect and original design altered. Demolition trucks have been working inside the complex for two weeks, pulling down illegal structures that once adorned what used to be one of the best sports facilities in Africa.
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- by bulldozers
- car park
- complex. Drinking spots
- entrance gate
- glory days
- illegal stores
- main bowl
- ministry of sports
- National Stadium
- Nigerian Television Authority
- Ojez Spot
- Old School bars
- sports facilities
- swimming pool area
- table tennis halls
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