Nigeria lockdown in Lagos — the biggest city in sub-Saharan Africa. The effects of lockdowns there will be hardest for millions living off of their daily earnings (80% jobs are informal): “People are hungry and they won’t be able to stock food.”Load image
With the Lockdown of Lagos, Abuja and Ogun state for 14 days.
Lockdown in Lagos, Abuja and Ogun affect those that are in affluence but in abject poverty need state help.Last resort for poor nation to hold lockdown to maintain social distance stay in self isolation indoor to be safe.
“The President announced the relief package to be given out N30,000 to every Nigerian who has a verified BVN account to ease pressure posed by the order to lockdown economic activities.”