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The Economic Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic in Lagos, Nigeria. The Case of Female Alcohol Sellers.

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Abstract

The increase in number of infected persons and increase in death records in cities like Lagos, Abuja and Ogun resulted to Government imposed movement restriction of people, a pause on economic activities, closure of businesses, offices and marketplaces. Speculation had it that alcohol consumption was a natural precautionary measure for Covid-19 and thus triggered an increased in alcohol sales during the COVID-19 pandemic in Lagos. This paper analyses the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic in Lagos State and the economic consequential impact of the pandemic among the female alcohol sellers and also assesses the economic contribution of women during the pandemic period. The research method used for this study involved the use of qualitative research method through the anthropological data collection methods which rely on first-hand information collected on the field which includes in-depth interview and focus group discussion and on secondary data as academic journals, newspapers and online sources.
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hal-03416155 , version 1 (05-11-2021)

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Iretiayo Adejuwon. The Economic Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic in Lagos, Nigeria. The Case of Female Alcohol Sellers.. [Research Report] IFRA-Nigeria Working Papers Series 79, IFRA-Nigeria. 2021. ⟨hal-03416155⟩
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