Nighttime safety has improved in the Ilupeju neighbourhood of Lagos thanks to the introduction of solar-powered street lighting in the area. The street lamps have been installed by Private Networks Nigeria (PNN) Limited, a private international telecommunications and energy services provider, at a total cost of N7 million as part of its corporate social responsibility programme. The company is headquartered in Oremeji Street in the Ilupeju area.

The solar-powered streetlamps make use of the latest energy-saving LED technology, representing an environmentally friendly and cost effective alternative to traditional street lighting.

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