Coronavirus: Lagosians Speak on Week 2 of lockdown
By Guardian Exclusive
12 April 2020 | 10:00 pm
It's the second week of the lockdown in parts of Nigeria, but millions are violating the stay-at-home order in search of their daily bread. In this video, residents share with GuardianTV the effects of the lockdown on their business and finances.
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