Waf.Park Progress Report

In recent months, waf., in collaboration with Freedom Park, has taken steps towards constructing Nigeria’s first state-of-the-arts

In February 2022, we took the first step which was getting the site ready for construction. We fell trees on the site and in turn planted 70 trees at our Lagos Paradise, Tarkwa Bay in collaboration with GP Surfing School and the local surf community. We also donated the fallen trees to African Back Garden for compositing and other recycling garden opportunities.


A few months later, the waf. team and some volunteers gathered three weekends in a row, to dump rubbles and clear metals and other materials obstructing the site. We then began mapping the property and erecting a fence.

Our next step is Ground Work & Sub Culture Development and it consists of four major activities: building retaining walls, repositioning the soak away, wiring and ripping and constructing a damp-proof

waf.Park is supported by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UNSDSN) and welcomes collaborations with brands and individual who wants to see this through with us. If you’d like to be a part of our upcoming chapters, please send an email to skate@

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Union Bank