StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours

Since the Lagos state government babajide sanwo-olu has strongly advised residents of Lagos to stay indoors as coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads.


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StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours

Since the Lagos state government babajide sanwo-olu has strongly advised residents of Lagos to stay indoors as coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads.

Here are the lasted pictures of Lagos in the last 48 hours

A section of Computer Village, Ikeja closed in compliance with government directive… PHOTO: Sunday Odita
A section of Ikotun Market closed in compliance to government directive… PHOTO: Kehinde Olatunji
A section of Ikotun Market closed in compliance to government directive… PHOTO: Kehinde Olatunji
Mouka Foam depot at Ile-Iwe, Ikotun… PHOTO: Kehinde Olatunji

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CP Lagos Hakeem Odumosu and Commander RRS Tunji Disu going round markets and stores in Lagos to monitor level of compliance to government directive… PHOTO: Odita Sunday
This picture taken on Thursday, March 26, 2020, shows marks on the floor at Shoprite in Festival Mall. The marks were put on the floor in compliance with the government’s order on social distancing as a means of curbing the spread of coronavirus. PHOTO: TONYE BAKARE
A mobile money agent’s kiosk remains open on Thursday, March 26, 2020. PHOTO: TONYE BAKARE
This picture taken on Thursday, March 26, 2020, shows a deserted section of Ladipo Auto Parts Market in Mushin, Lagos. The state government ordered the closure of non-essential commodities markets and stores as parts of measures to curb the spread of coronavirus in the state. PHOTO: TONYE BAKARE
StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours
An unmarked police van is parked at the Festival Mall in Amuwo Odofin on Thursday, March 26, 2020. The policemen were stationed there to enforce government’s order on the closure non-essential commodities markets and stores in Lagos State. PHOTO: TONYE BAKARE
StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours
People queue at the entrance of Festival Mall in Amuwo Odofin on Thursday, March 26, 2020. PHOTO: TONYE BAKARE
Food stuff market in Iddo, Oyingbo area open for business. PHOTO: Sunday Odita
StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours
Balogun market under locks. PHOTO: Sunday Odita
StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours
Heart of Idumota, Lagos Island on Thursday morning. PHOTO: Sunday Odita
StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours
Shops on ever busy Broad Street, Lagos Island shut. PHOTO: Sunday Odita
StayAtHome: See Pictures Of Lagos In The Last 48hours
National Stadium, Surulere shut on Thursday. PHOTO: Sunday Odita

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