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Fola David talks about Covid-19 and the medical officers on the frontline

By Guardian Exclusive
18 April 2020   |   8:27 pm
Gbadamosi Adefemi also known as Fola David is a Nigerian hyper-realism artist and a medical doctor. He speaks to GuardianTV about the ravaging Covid-19 and the medical officers on the frontline.

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