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Bolaji Balogun: A day in the life of a cart pusher

By Guardian Exclusive
01 September 2021   |   9:43 am
Bolaji Balogun, a man who is determined never to stay idle. He goes back and forth every day trying his best at work like every man who wants to put food on the table and a roof over his head will do. This is the story of a hard-working young Lagosian pushing cart to make ends meet inside the popular spare-part Ladipo market in the Oshodi area of Lagos State.

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