Lagos nightclub

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Ojez Night Club nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Ojez Night Club
7 Chief Onitana Street
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Club Arcade Of Nigeria nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Club Arcade Of Nigeria
Tafawa Balewa Road
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Movida nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Movida
Idowu Taylor Street
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New Afrika Shrine nightclub Lagos Nigeria
New Afrika Shrine
Nerdc Road
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Metropolitan Club nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Metropolitan Club
Kofo Abayomi Street
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Metro Park (FruitsFusionbar) ( nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Metro Park (FruitsFusionbar) (
GRA Ikeja, 31 Isaac John Street
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Lagos Idimu Leo Club nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Lagos Idimu Leo Club
Alake Bus Stop, 179/ 181 Ikotun - Idimu Road
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Nite Shift Coliseum nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Nite Shift Coliseum
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Business Club Ikeja nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Business Club Ikeja
Hakeem Balogun Street, CBD, Alausa
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Segosh Hotel & Suites nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Segosh Hotel & Suites
43, Ayantuga Street
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Hootas Restaurant,Bar & lounge nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Hootas Restaurant,Bar & lounge
29 Adeniran Ogunsanya Street
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EKO Club nightclub Lagos Nigeria
EKO Club
Eko Club Close
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Southpaw Lounge nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Southpaw Lounge
19 Adeola Raji Avenue
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Staff Club nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Staff Club
Otunba Payne Street
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SkyWorld Suite (Hotel) nightclub Lagos Nigeria
SkyWorld Suite (Hotel)
No. 2/4 By NNPC Bus Stop,, Unubi Close
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The Place Restaurant nightclub Lagos Nigeria
The Place Restaurant
45 Isaac John Street
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Comedian Business nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Comedian Business
No. 14, Amukoko, Alafia Street
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Rishos Record Entertainment nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Rishos Record Entertainment
3 Harold Shodipo Crescent, G.R.A
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Papaz Lounge nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Papaz Lounge
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Kingsize Place nightclub Lagos Nigeria
Kingsize Place
75B Kudirat Abiola Way
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Nightclubs in Lagos

Lagos nightclub: Ojez Night Club, Club Arcade Of Nigeria, Movida, New Afrika Shrine, Metropolitan Club, Metro Park (FruitsFusionbar) (, Lagos Idimu Leo Club, Nite Shift Coliseum, Business Club Ikeja, Segosh Hotel & Suites, Hootas Restaurant,Bar & lounge, EKO Club, Southpaw Lounge, Staff Club, SkyWorld Suite (Hotel), The Place Restaurant, Comedian Business, Rishos Record Entertainment, Papaz Lounge, Kingsize Place

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