Ordinary Nigerians are filling the country’s major social welfare gaps amid coronavirus

Ordinary Nigerians are filling the country’s major social welfare gaps amid coronavirus

Quartz - Latest stories·2020-04-24 22:00

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When Seun Adebajo’s family launched the People’s Food Bank 10 days ago in Lekki, an upmarket Lagos suburb, the plan was to feed 300 people from nearby lower-income neighborhoods amid a coronavirus lockdown. But things have changed very quickly as the food bank now feeds 3,000 people daily—and there’s every indication the number will continue to increase.

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