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Covid-19: Economic Effects Of Traders In Lagos And Abuja by Mightyodi: 9:24pm On May 09, 2020
I am a journalist, and I seek to get candid opinion of Traders who reside in Lagos and Abuja amidst the lockdown, so that I can help channel your concern to the appropriate quarters.
I want to use my talent to better the economic situation of Nigeria during this pandemic by getting your complains, seeking solutions and passing it to the right authorities.
So the category of traders who deal on essential commodities like food stuffs, and non-essential commodities are all welcomed.

You can simply drop your WhatsApp number below, and I will give you a chat from there. I hope most of you will take advantage of this opportunity. Thanks.

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