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Peek the Civic Towers feature on CNN Africa

The Civic Towers is an iconic structure, a brainchild of Quantum Capital Partners whose Founder/Chairman is Mr. Jim Ovia. It is popularly referred to as an "intelligent building".
The Civic Towers and Civic Centre Lagos lit in red in celebration of the Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

Special Olympics: Civic Towers, Civic Centre, others participate in the light up for inclusion

Alongside 225 iconic landmarks across the world, these buildings glowed red to raise awareness for the need for inclusion of people with Intellectual Disabilities to participate in sports and to honour special Olympians across the globe.

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