As many businesses reopen across Nigeria, workers are adjusting to the new reality created by the COVID-19 pandemic, including shorter work hours, pay cuts, and higher unemployment. Nigerian authorities expect the jobless rate this year to hit one-in-three while the International Monetary Fund says the economy will shrink by 3.4%. Timothy Obiezu looks at how those made unemployed are trying to cope.
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