Nothing else illustrated the first day of the two weeks lockdown in the nation’s commercial capital, Lagos State, than the popular Ojodu Berger bus-stop, the first transit park for incoming and outgoing buses at the city’s gateway.
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A cleric and nonagenarian Bible translator, Deacon Stephen Ejueyitsi Aganbi, has died in Koko, headquarters of Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State. A statement issued in Koko said Deacon Aganbi died in his home last Thursday, March 26.
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Africa's largest city Lagos was deserted Tuesday after Nigeria locked down its economic hub and shuttered its capital, in the continent's latest effort to break the juggernaut of coronavirus. Businesses were closed, markets abandoned and streets empty as the usually chaotic megacity of 20 million, along with the capital Abuja, shuddered to a halt on…