Inhabitants of Iwaya, a poor district in Nigeria’s commercial city of Lagos struggle to find work despite the ease on lockdown instituted by the government to curtail spread of the coronavirus.
The fear of the pandemic and the economic situation prevents them from earning enough to survive in Africa’s most populous nation.
In fact the fear of the pandemic is still on.
As of Friday May 22, the Lagos State has recorded 3,093 covid-19 cases, 582 recoveries and 40 fatalities.
In Nigeria, a total of 7,016 cases have been registered.