Genesis Art Gallery is situated at No 2, Bolarinwa Street, Off Iyana Camp Area, Ote Efun, Osogbo, Osun State and it's all angles of marvelous. The funny thing is I almost missed my visit to this virtuous gallery, I was sleeping when I suddenly remembered and I had to hurry to the location on a hot afternoon, that's a story for another day. The gallery is the second largest art gallery in South West, Nigeria just after Nike Arts Gallery.
As a kid I visited Lagos Country Club for a friend’s wedding reception, that particular occasion rekindles lovely memories. In recent times, I have been there for diverse reasons be it architecture design case study, sightseeing etc. Through recollection, I have no doubt that both experiences have been unique, the club founded 3rd August 1949 has reasonably evolved.
The Tafawa Balewa Square, (TBS) is a 35.8-acre ceremonial ground in Nigeria designed for elegance and functionality. It was named after the nation’s first Prime Minister, Tafawa Balewa. Unfortunately, he was overthrown and murdered in a military coup on January 15th, 1996. The square is a prominent site for tourism and urban rejuvenation.
This premium art gallery is situated along Elegushi Beach Road, Lekki, Lagos. The owner, Chief (Mrs) Oyenike Monica Davies-Okadaye intends to promote and preserve art, culture, heritage and language in Nigeria, hence, the existence of the centre.
The National Stadium (formerly called Surulere Stadium) boasts of a main bowl capable of accommodating over 50,000 spectators and a record attendance of 85,000 during the African Cup of Nations (final match) in 1980 between Nigeria and Algeria. Also, the complex houses an Olympic size swimming arena and a multipurpose arena used for wrestling, boxing, volleyball, table tennis and most especially basketball tournaments.