Nigeria: Residents in Lagos divided over good hygienic practices

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Concerns mount for the welfare of a vulnerable Nigerian community over the spread of the coronavirus.

The Makoko neighbourhood is home to tens of thousands of people living in stilt shanties, built along the Lagos lagoon.

Inhabitants here have been warned by the government and community leaders on good hygienic practices.

However, some are adamant that the waterways are safe. And so they continue to drink the water saying they will not be infected by the virus.

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Nigeria
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nigeria, lagos, makoko, hygiene