- A woman is bothered about how her children will survive as the total lockdown continues in Lagos state over coronavirus
- The woman identified as Ms Ogunsola says it will be difficult to remain indoors
- Ms Ogunsola wonders how her children will survive if she does not go out to sell
As the total lockdown continues in Lagos state over the coronavirus pandemic, a woman identified as Ms Ogunsola has lamented that it will be difficult to remain indoors.
Ms Ogunsola lives with her family in one room apartment in a house in Alapere area of Lagos state that has 20 apartments, BBC reports.
Legit.ng gathers that the woman said she is worried about her children. She wonders how they will survive if she does not go out to sell.
She said: "It's my children I am worried about. If I am not able to go out and sell, how will they [children] survive?''
In other news, a lady simply identified as @FabDLP_ on Twitter has shared a heart-wrenching story of how she lost four family members to the coronavirus pandemic.
The lady said she lost her aunt and her aunt's daughter to the deadly disease. She said her aunt's daughter died the following day after the latter.
As if that was not enough, she said coronavirus virus also claimed the lives of her cousins and their grandmother in less than 24 hours.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady identified as Amrah Aliyu has volunteered to produce 1,000 bottles of hand sanitiser and 1,000 liquid soap in Minna, Niger state.
She made the disclosure on LinkedIn, adding that she is currently getting resources ready to produce a large batch of hand sanitiser and soap for her community.
She said: "I will be distributing free hand sanitizer to people in different areas and this might go on for a week or more, depending on how it goes.
"Anyone who wants to be part of this project as either an expert of making sanitizers and soaps, a volunteer, a distributor or as an individual willing to give out free hand sanitizer in Minna should feel free to indicate or DM me...."
Amrah said the project will include producing the sanitisers and soaps, packing, distribution and educating people with limited access to credible information.
She added: "I know these are trying times but if you're in a place to help out financially and otherwise with this effort, it would be incredibly appreciated."
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