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HIP To Reward Creative Children

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In a bid to revive relaxation among children and young people as well as enhance healthy fun activity, Hi Impact Planet (HIP) is about to make history as it opens its mega amusement park on December 18. The park, which is situated at km 12 Lagos/ Ibadan expressway, opposite Mountaintop University, has the capacity to host approximately 125,000 people daily.

According to Chairman, Solution Media and InfoTech, the parent body of the company, Prince Adeyanju Lipede, “HIP is a concept borne out of the realisation, that the niche for children entertainment is largely un-catered for. This led to establishing the high impact for creative kids; a creatively based competition among the school children and seeking to reward and encourage them within the school system.”

The maiden edition, which took place at Tafawa Balewa Square in 2012, saw over 3,500 students from over 74 schools gathered in an atmosphere of fun and excitement. This event featured presentations in dance, drama, arts and crafts (painting and drawing), science and technology and musical competitions and saw Christ Redeemer’s International School, Gbagada walked away with the star prize. The subsequent year’s competition emerged Gbaja Girls Junior as the winners at the gathering of about 7,000 children.

At the park, there will also be a new game every quarter to ensure continued innovation and more fun for regular and unique visitors. Other features include; food court, luxury studio, redemption games and souvenir joints, etc.
— Ijeoma Opara


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