The national library is a local repository of knowledge created by the government to allow accessibility of educational materials to Nigerians.
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This state owned library is West Africa's first digital library, and one of the biggest digital libraries in Africa.
Housed in the Obasanjo Library Complex, the library, when fully completed, will be a centre of academic research and conference in Ogun State.
Inspired by the life of Zaccheus Onumba Dibiaezue and founded with grants and gifts from his widow and daughters, this is a community library that provides free services to the public.
Ranked as one of the finest academic libraries in the nation, this is a major source of online and print materials to both visiting scholars and the campus community.
The National Library of Nigeria offers free library services to the public, with a wide range of quality books and learning materials in stock.
The Badagry Divisional Library is a cauldron of knowledge, run by the state, an open to those willing to learn.
Fola Sasegbon Memorial Library boasts of an extensive array of legal texts, replete with case laws, judgments, periodicals and journals.
The Ikorodu Divisional Library offers free library services to the public, with a wide range of quality books and learning materials in stock.
The Lagos State Library Board offers free library services to the public, with a wide range of quality books and learning materials in stock. It is a state-run facility to engender the reading culture in Lagos.
The Legislative Library provides a plethora of government records, precedents, constitution for the benefit of the public.
Strexfree provide easy access to the reading facilities, and educational materials for study.
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