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Hi-Impact Planet

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Hi Impact Planet (nke a makwaara dị ka ogige ntụrụndụ Hi Impact) bụ ihe ntụrụndaka, ogige ntorobịa na ebe ezumike na mpụga Lagos mana ọ dị na Ogun Steeti n'akụkụ okporo ụzọ[1] Lagos Tibetadan. Ọ meghere maka ọha na eze na Disemba, n'afọ 2015.[2][3]

Ihe Ndị Na-adọrọ Adọrọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ihe na-adọrọ mmasị n'ogige ntụrụndụ ahụ gụnyere ime ụlọ na n'èzí yana ihe mmiri na ihe ndị kpọrọ nkụ dị ka ịwụli elu gburugburu ụgbọ ala, ụgbọ mmiri; ụgbọ mmiri; Convoy; Kite flyer iri otu na abụọ; Haunted House; King of the Jungle; Jungle; Vertical Swing and Spring ride, Big Buck Panorama, Aliens Armageddon; Transformers Deluxe; Packman Smash; Combat Pump It up Fiesta, a surfing simulated freestyler, hoopla, Mexican fiesta, Samba balloon, dream machine, watermania, Rio animing gorons, animing, liper, animing gorins 777 Njem ụlọ ọrụ, ụlọ ikpe ncheta, egwuregwu anya-ọgụ, njem oge opupu ihe ubi dị mita 40, ụgbọ mmiri, ihe nkiri Mexico, ụgbọ elu Hi-Impact nke nwere oche 10. Ogige ntụrụndụ ahụ nwere ebe dị ihe dị ka 46 acres. Ihe owuwu ndị ọzọ dị n'ogige ahụ gụnyere ụlọ ọgwụ, ọrụ ụlọ akụ, họtel mara mma, ụlọ ikpe nri, na ụlọ nzukọ nwere ọtụtụ ebumnuche nke ihe dị ka 7000 ikike na ihe ndị dị ọcha, ụlọ ọrụ ihe nkiri 5-D, ihe nkiri imax.[2][4][5]

Edensibia[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. Onozure Dania. "Hi-Impact invests N6bn in amusement park to create 2,000 jobs", The Vanguard. Retrieved on February 7, 2015.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Anote Ajeluorou. "With Hi-Impact Planet, International Standard Theme Park Berths In Nigeria", Nigerian Guardian, December 13, 2015. Retrieved on February 7, 2015. Kpọpụta njehie: Invalid <ref> tag; name "guardian" defined multiple times with different content
  3. Wale Ojo Lanre. "Hi-Impact Planet plants 185,000sq Tourism Theme Park in Lagos", Nigerian Tribune, December 16, 2015. Retrieved on February 7, 2015.
  4. Oluwatobi Bolashodun. "Fun Xmas Celebration From Hi-Impact Amusement Park", Naij. Retrieved on February 7, 2015.
  5. "6bn tourist centre lands in Ogun", The Nation. Retrieved on February 7, 2015.

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