Corruption and Poverty are Killing Nigerians more than COVID-19

After five weeks of continued extension, President Muhammadu Buhari finally eased Nigeria’s total lockdown in May, declared on Lagos and Ogun States, and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), due to the coronavirus outbreak in Nigeria.

Even as the number of cases continue to rise exponentially in the face of the relaxation, nothing seems to appear more feasible.

Because Nigeria can no longer afford to keep its doors shut lest the nation starves.

Nigeria is unceremoniously the poverty capital of the world, with over 80 million citizens living below the poverty mark of $1 per day…..

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