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Photo Speak Suffering and smiling

Despite the harsh economic climate, Nigerians still have a smile on their faces.

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Suffering and smiling


Nigerians will always look for means of putting smiles on their faces not minding the amount of sufferings and pains they go through.

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Just like the late Afro Beat creator, Femi Anikulapo-Kuti would say, we are so used to suffering and smiling despite all the hardship.

This photo typifies such a situation where this 'big' Alaba International Market, Lagos, trader decided to still forge ahead by engaging the services of a cart pusher to ferry him to his office due to the state of bad roads in the area occasioned by the heavy rain that flooded most part of the state on Thursday, May 12.

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