On Friday, Quilox was finally reopened by the Lagos State Government after complying with the states’s Environmental Laws, regulations and guidelines.
The popular Club Quilox, which is located in Victoria Island belongs to a member of the House of Representatives, representing Oyo state, Shina Peller.
The Club was sealed off by the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency.
Quilox was shut down due to noise pollution and a continuous traffic gridlock around the area due to the club.
A meeting was held at the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) office where the management of Quilox bar agreed to control the noise pollution and continue carrying out their activities without obstructing the flow of traffic.
Quilox promised to ensure that their customers park their cars properly and ensured that sounds emanating from musical events which are taking place in the club will not pass the limits recommended by the state.
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Dr. Dolapo Fasawe, who is the General Manager of LASEPA said:“we are reopening the club for operation as it has fulfilled our conditions and complied with the extant law guiding its operations. The club was sanctioned and fined for environmental nuisances and we ensure total compliance before reopening.”
She warned that the closure of Quilox should serve as a warning to other event centers when it comes to hosting events.