Lagos Govt Immortalises Braithwaite, Names Dolphin Park After Him

Lagos State Government on Tuesday immortalised late Dr Tunji Braithwaite by naming Dolphin Park, Ikoyi after him.

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode announced the honour at the Service of Songs for the deceased at Yard 158, Oregun.
The governor, represented by his deputy, Dr Idiat Oluranti said the immortalisation was in the recognition of Braithwaite’s contribution to the growth of the state and Nigeria in general.
In his tribute, Ambode said the deceased deserved his place on the honour scroll of the state.
According to him, the Braithwaite family would be called for commissioning when the facility is touched up.
Ambode added that the activist and legal luminary during his life time fought for true democracy as he joined other democracy icons like Bola Ige, Chief Abraham Adesanya, Bola Tinubu and others to fight the military government of late General Sani Abacha.

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