Wikipedia:WikiProject Lagos

Project Lagos

Welcome to WikiProject Lagos! This project aims to expand, cleanup and wikify, better organize, and neutralize the point of view on articles related to Lagos. It is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians. If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page.

Scope edit

This WikiProject aims primarily to provide information in consistent format for articles on places in Lagos, Nigeria. It is also a first test of the format established for Wikipedia:WikiProject London, to allow for some feedback before the template is copied for use for other cities.

Parentage edit

The parents of this WikiProject are the WikiProject Cities and the WikiProject Nigerian communities. The Lagos project will probably generate a simpler template than the London project

Members edit

All editors interested in writing articles for Lagos are welcome here! Anyone who is interested in improving any Lagos-related articles can join this project. If you would like to be recognized as a contributor to this project scope, please feel free to add your name to the project here

Goals edit

  1. Get this project organized and focused.
  2. Standardization of articles relating to Lagos.
  3. Build all High-importance Lagos articles to Good Article status, at a minimum.
  4. Maintain and improve Portal:Lagos.

Requests for uncreated articles edit

  1. 1004 Housing Estate, one of the largest housing complexes in Nigeria
  2. Amodu Tijani, Oluwa of Lagos, whom the Landmark Apata land case involved
  3. Bashorun J. K. Randle, descendant of John K. Randle
  4. John. B. Losi, Lagos historian
  5. Isaac Adeagbo Akinjogbin, historian of Lagos and Yoruba
  6. Ekpo Eyo, First and only Nigerian Director of the Federal Department of Antiquities and first Director General, National Museum Lagos
  7. Robert Campbell, publisher of Anglo-African
  8. Apena Ajasa, powerful chief justice of Dosunmu, Baba Isale, power broker and political foe of Chief Taiwo Olowo
  9. Patrick Dele-Cole, Nigerian historian, former Ambassador of Nigeria to Brazil, and former Managing Director of The Daily Times
  10. John Akilade Caulcrick, cofounder of Lagos Daily News
  11. Draft:Yetunde Zaid, Nigerian Academic and Professor of Library and Information Science
  12. Lagos Jazz Series
  13. Theo Lawson, Freedom Park architect
  14. Lagoon (novel) by Nnedi Okorafor
  15. Funsho Williams Statue
  16. Herbert Macaulay Statue
  17. Herbert Macaulay Library
  18. Beko Ransome-Kuti Statue
  19. Glover Memorial Hall
  20. Island Club, Lagos
  21. Rotary Club of Lagos
  22. Ikoyi Club 1938
  23. Lagos Polo Club
  24. Lagos Lawn Tennis Club
  25. Legislative Council
  26. Lagos Town Council [1] [2]
  27. List of religious buildings in Lagos (churches, mosques, synagogues and other worship centres)[3]
  28. Marina Street, Lagos Island [4]
  29. Art Café
  30. Eat.Drink.Lagos
  31. Lagos Jazz Festival
  32. Ocean Basket Restaurant
  33. Lagos Marina
  34. Water supply and sanitation in Lagos
  35. Shitta-Bey Mosque
  36. Mega Plaza, Victoria Island
  37. Surulere Shopping Mall
  38. Ayodele Awojobi Statue
  39. Eko Tourist Beach Resort
  40. Lekki Beach Golf Resort
  41. Hermitage Garden Resorts
  42. Massey Street Children's Hospital
  43. Gbagada General Hospital
  44. The Vaults and Gardens, Ikoyi Lagos
  45. Victoria Court Cemetery, Ajah, Lagos
  46. Whispering Palms Resort
  47. Rele Gallery
  48. Fun Factory
  49. Metro Park
  50. Lagos Country Club
  51. Ikeja Golf Club
  52. Lagos Oriental Hotel
  53. The Wings Tower, Victoria Island, Lagos
  54. InterContinental Lagos, Victoria Island, Lagos
  55. Yoruba Tennis Club, Onikan, Lagos
  56. Magodo Estate, Lagos Mainland.
  57. Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, Lagos, (Yaba Psychiatric Hospital), Lagos
  58. Ikeja General Hospital
  59. Jazzhole (Lagos)
  60. This is Lagos and Other Stories by Flora Nwapa

Articles to be expanded edit

Articles needing photos edit

See Category:Wikipedia requested photographs in Lagos.

Article alerts edit

Articles to be merged

Project statistics edit

This list is generated automatically once per day.

Templates edit

  • {{Lagos-stub}} for use at stubby Lagos-related articles.

For Lagos-related articles needing a photograph, use {{Image requested|in=Lagos}} in the talk page, which adds the article needing a photo to Category:Wikipedia requested photographs in Lagos. You can help Wikipedia by uploading freely licensed photographs for these articles to Wikimedia Commons.

The Free Image Search Tool may be able to locate suitable images on other web sites.

The Image Existence Checker shows articles in this list that have images.

Project Banners

  • First of two templates that may be placed on talk pages of Lagos, Nigeria related articles: To be placed on article talk pages.

{{WikiProject Lagos}}, with shortcut {{WP Lagos}}

 Lagos NA‑class
 This article is within the scope of WikiProject Lagos, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of articles related to Lagos on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.
NAThis article has been rated as NA-class on Wikipedia's content assessment scale.
  • Second of two templates that may to be placed on talk pages of Lagos, Nigeria related articles (only one template needed)

{{WikiProject Nigeria|Lagos=yes|Lagos-importance=}}

 Nigeria: Lagos NA‑class
 This article is within the scope of WikiProject Nigeria, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Nigeria on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.
NAThis article has been rated as NA-class on Wikipedia's content assessment scale.
This article is supported by WikiProject Lagos.

  • {{Lagos}}...To be placed at the "bottom" of Lagos related articles.

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Tools edit

Main tool page:
  • Reflinks - Edits bare references - adds title/dates etc. to bare references
  • Checklinks - Edit and repair external links
  • Dab solver - Quickly resolve ambiguous links.
  • Peer reviewer - Provides hints and suggestion to improving articles.