Number 225

AGBO CORONA

The Federal Government reached the decision to ease the lockdown in Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja. It was a catch-22 situation as the nation was grappling with a spike[...]
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THE GUNSHOT

The virus raged on. Official infection figures now topped five hundred. Thirty-two new infections were announced in one day in Lagos – the highest one day tally there[...]
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NEW BUSINESS

Nigerians celebrated the end of the coronavirus in the country too soon. How anybody thought that airplanes from endemic countries flying in unrestricted and offloading people into the[...]
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THE UNENDING DRAMA

The coronavirus pandemic continued to sweep through the world bringing humanity to its knees. Whole cities on lockdown, the death toll rising, divorce rates going up, Prime minsters[...]
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EARTHBOUND

They did not hear anything.  “Go closer. Get closer all of you!” Castro cried. Mr. Cosmas and Achike marched into the corridor and went all the way to[...]
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THE ROLL CALL

Sunday evening came and number 225 Katakata street came alive again. Papa Efe saw to it that there were plastic chairs strewn all over the new frontage that[...]
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