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Lagos gradually slows down⁣

By Guardian Exclusive
27 March 2020   |   10:12 pm
These were scenes from various parts of Lagos today, Friday 27 March, as Nigeria’s commercial capital and the state most hit by the coronavirus pandemic in Africa’s most populous nation, gradually slows down.⁣

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