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Nigeria and the Life After, By Garba Shehu

By Garba Shehu In Nigeria, my country of close to 200 million people, the COVID-19 lockdown began on March 30 in Lagos, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). As with nations the world over we are following the advice of a…

My stay at home – Francis Ewherido

By Francis Ewherido There wasn’t enough time to properly plan for this COVID-I9-imposed stay at home. But staying at home is the sensible thing to do to stem the spread of the virus. Being confined is very tough to handle, but with age,…

Diary Of A Lockdown – Azu Ishiekwene

Azu Ishiekwene When I left Abuja at short notice nine days ago, the city was already emptying out. The single biggest factory and business centre there - the National Assembly - was on the verge of closure. Before the closure was…

Naked Abuse, By Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi

The COVID19 crisis has led to a reordering of our lives as we know it, at least for the foreseeable future. Many important events have had to be postponed. One of them is the public presentation of ‘Naked Abuse: Sex for Grades in African…