The Covid-19 is ravaging the whole world. It has created fear and panic around the globe. This article is to review how it affected the Nigerians particularly. This sections explores the economic effects of this coronavirus to Nigerians.
Because of the virus school were lockdown and students were no longer able to attend to classes. Again peoples who survive by daily work basis were also suffering a lot because they were no longer able to go for work. The activities of buying and selling also reduced, because there were no money in the country.
The economy of Nigeria becomes very hard during the reigns of the coronavirus. It becomes harder for parents to take care of themselves and their families. The fear of the virus were also wondering peoples. Many peoples, especially the youth were jobless and these also increases the robbery cases in Nigeria.
All these activities contributed in making the economy very hard. But as at now, the disease is no longer spreading fastly as it was and as a result things are going back to normality gradually. We all know that the economy will regain it beaty sooner than possible. I am very sure you found this article very helpful. Please drop your idea by commenting. Please like, share and follow me for more. Thanks you.
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