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Click to see all guest reviews Lagoon Crest Hotel has everything in terms of luxury, grandeur, sophistication and bespoke hospitality. It is a perfect place for individuals seeking a classy hotel accommodation offering a blend of Afro-continental treatment. It is close to the core business districts of Victoria Island. Bathrooms are en-suite with hair dryers and free bathrobes and shower caps. Deluxe lodges have a private balcony with lagoon view while Executive Suites have separate lounges with Jacuzzi bathtubs and bullet-proof doors leading to the exterior.

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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The lagoon lies directly to the east of Lagos Lagoon and is connected to it by a channel. It is surrounded by many beaches. Lekki phase II is considered to be one of the most expensive places to live in Lagos state[ citation needed ].

This is due to the latest housing developments which are being created on the Lekki phase II axis. It has been predicted by many that the Lekki Peninsula vicinity would be the best places to live and work in. The homes in lekki are very big. Due to the extensive construction going on at Lekki, major destruction of the remaining pristine swamps and little wildlife habitat left in Lagos state has occurred.

The only place where any conservation of nature is found is at the Lekki Conservation center, run by Shell Oil Company, but due to the lack of any wildlife and habitat protection Laws whatsoever in Lagos state and Nigeria as a whole, wildlife in the center is suffering the effects of poaching from within and outside the center and littering within the center.

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ABSTRACT Some physicochemical parameters like temperature, transparency, dissolved solid, suspended materials, turbidity, conductivity, pH, total alkalinity, dissolved oxygen, nitrate, phosphate and salinity of water samples collected at Lekki Lagoon from November to September were evaluated. Fifteen locations were selected for water sampling according to the activities that took place in the lagoon. Physical water quality parameters such as temperature, transparency, total dissolved solids and total suspended solid showed strong seasonal and spatial fluctuation. Parameters like conductivity, pH and total alkalinity had relatively constant values among stations though they varied seasonally.

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The administrative centre was formerly at Akodo and was later moved to Igando Oloja due to the creation of Lekki Council Development Area. The name of the Local government was derived from two autonomous communities, Ibeju and Lekki. The demographics of the area include Yoruba speaking natives although there are a lot of people from different parts of the country living, working and doing business in the area. Ibeju Lekki has potential for tourism as it is endowed with beautiful lagoon views and ocean fronts.

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The Lagoon School started as a secondary school open only to girls on 15th September, with only fifty students. We moved to our permanent site in Lekki in April, , with four hundred and nineteen students. Right now, The Lagoon School has a population of One thousand and thirty four students. This school is in response to the high demand for a school that upholds virtues and creates an avenue where teachers can collaborate with parents in their most important role of educating their children. It is a school founded on the inspirations and teachings of St. Josemaria Founder of Opus Dei who believed that parents are the primary educators of their children.

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