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Despite the CONVID-19 outbreak,the population in major markets in Nigeria increases

by Oyedele

Despite the CONVID-19 outbreak the,population in major markets in Nigeria increases

No doubt, Nigeria is a blessed country. inspite of her religious beliefs,she is churning out hardworkers on a daily basis.

Shouldn’t it be a matter of concern to know that major markets like balogun ajeniya market in lagos island, computer village (lagos state), Onitsha main market (Anambra state) and others are still very much open?

Onitsha market,largest market in west africa based on geographical size and volume of goods is fully open with customers trooping in thousands. is anambra state government doing enough ? it was in the news that on the 19th of march,2020, anambra state government through the ministry of health has set up a covid-19 task force. the task force which is in collaboration with the ministry of culture, indigenous artworks, tourism and diaspora affairs i Balogun Ajeniya market in lagos state? the market is recognised as the best place to buy fabrics,shoes and all sort of wares. balogun market sprawls across so many streets on the island. it records the visit of not less than one thousand people in a day.

The popular computer village, an Information And Communications Technology (ICT) accessories market located in otigba community in ikeja area of Lagos state is also not left out. the market is the largest ICT accessory market in africa. apart from the sales of information and technology accessory, the market also deals in the repair of mobile phones and computers.The market is opened on a daily basis except on sundays. it is with over three thousand traders and thousand of customers

These markets mentioned are still doing business as usual. isn’t it terifying?

CONVID-19 is real !!!.

Despite the COVID-19 outbreak the population in major markets in Nigeria increases

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