History Of Ikeja Club
Ikeja Club, described by one of the foundation members as “a child of circumstance” came into being following the realization of the need for a serene place of decent relaxation and socialization after work. The initial idea came from Alhaji A.T. Animashaun, who drew from his experience as a member of the Black Table in Blackburn, Lancashire, England. He invited Late Chief S.O Onasanya and Late S.A. Otunkoya. The three gentlemen met at the then Victoria Hotel, Ikeja. Alhaji A.T. Animashauan disclosed his vision of a prominent social club. The three founding fathers agreed to invite other friends who attended the maiden meeting on 27 July, 1966 at Victoria Hotel, Ikeja.
55 Years of
What We Do To Serve You Best
We invite you to enjoy our exceptional collection of games true to our motherland and greatly appreciated by friends and family leaving you with memories you won't forget in a hurry.
Lawn Tennis is a great sport that pushes you mentally and physically. It empowers the brain to work at a capacity that boost you and a great session with friends and family will leave you feeling fulfilled.
CHIEF AYODEJI IDOWU RANDLE
One of the greatest, most successful and popular family names synonymous with Lagos is the Randle family. The distinguished descendants of the late Dr. John Randle, the new president of Ikeja Chief Ayodeji Idowu Randle. Born over sixty-seven (67) yes ago in Lagos State, he started his education on the Lagos Island before proceeding to Victory High School, Ikeja for his WASC and later Anwar-ul Islam College, Agege for his higher School certificate. He graduated as a Chartered Insurer and Aviation Consultant. Chief Ayo Randle is a member of Chartered Institute of Nigeria and Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers.