(RAW NIGERIA) – Lagos State government have shutdown Wonderland in Lagos state after tragedy struck on Monday, December 26 which led to yet-to-be-identified fun seeker electr*cuted at the Kiddies Section of Wonderland.
Wonderland at Energy City, Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos, is an event venue meant to deliver a holiday experience of fun and excitement.
Announcing the shutdown and sealing of the event venue, Jubril A. Gawat, one of the aides of the Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu drop series of tweets on Twitter.
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The tweets reads:
FLASH: Lagos State Govt has sealed & suspended activities at the Kiddies section of Wonderland Lagos- an event venue which was meant to deliver a holiday experience of fun & excitement on Monday 26th Dec. 2022 after a guest was electrocuted at the event venue.
The director general of the Lagos State Safety Commission, Lanre Mojola, in a joint inspection with the Lagos State Task Force team stated that the intervention has become imperative to prevent further exposure of attendees, particularly kids at the venue to prevent accidents that could lead to injuries and fatalities.
Mojola disclosed that the event venue owner, Mr Ezekiel Adamu, had refused to implement safety measures prescribed by the commission.
The facility will remain closed until all infractions are corrected to prevent users from further exposure to risk and also ensure that other lined-up events are safe for residents.
FLASH: Lagos State Govt has sealed & suspended activities at the Kiddies section of Wonderland Lagos- an event venue which was meant to deliver a holiday experience of fun & excitement on Monday 26th Dec. 2022 after a guest was electrocuted at the event venue. @wonderlandlagos pic.twitter.com/XL9a6HuBwY
— Jubril A. Gawat (@Mr_JAGs) December 26, 2022
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