Public cemeteries in Lagos: Are the dead resting in peace or in pieces?
By Guardian Exclusive
13 May 2022 | 7:13 am
The phrase rest in peace can not be used for commoners in this part of the world because they had to go through hard times even while alive. A look at graveyards across the country shows if the souls are resting in peace indeed.
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