Fun seekers in Ibadan defy the harmattan and economic situation in the country and stormed recreation centres with their loved ones.

Radio Nigeria correspondents, who monitored the situation, report that as some fun seekers were moving around enjoying themselves, others were using the occasion for picnics.

During a visit to the Zoological Garden, the University of Ibadan, fun seekers including parents, and couples were trooping into the garden with their loved ones.

Those who came to the garden for the first time were being conducted around various cages housing wildlife, birds and reptiles.

 The situation was not different at Agodi Garden where fun seekers in large numbers visited the garden to relax and chat with their relations and friends.

 At the Trans Amusement Park, Bodija, fun seekers were using the occasion to hold picnics while others were patronizing facilities at the park.

Some children, who spoke with Radio Nigeria shared their experiences on what they saw at the gardens and park

Some parents, Mr Adeola Adebayo, Adekunle Adebayo and Abayomi Olayiwola said they decided to visit the parks and gardens to relieve themselves of stress.

The parents appealed to the government to urgently address the current inflationary trend affecting Nigerians.

Fasilat Lawal and Rotimi Famakin 

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