Nigeria has recorded nearly 5,000 cases of coronavirus and 158 deaths. These relatively low figures are due in part to the government there introducing early – and strict lockdown measures.
But with nearly half of the country’s population living hand-to-mouth, for them lockdown has had a particularly high price. And no group is more vulnerable than the millions of children – who call the streets their home. Many of them live in Lagos, the country’s largest city and the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.