Photo News: Buyers abandon traders as recession bites Nigerians harder

Nigerians have finally started feeling the harsh effects of the recession eating deep into the country, and they may have decided to spend less these days.

NAIJ.com findings on the streets show that many traders who displayed their wares had fewer people approaching them to ask about or even buy their goods as everyone kept abandoning the products on display.

The traders were all looking dejected when our photojournalist took their pictures, showing how terrible their day has probably been while several others were chatting away with fellow traders since nobody came to meet them to patronise them.

The pictures below tell the story more:

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Okada riders waiting patiently for commuters in Ogba area of Lagos state. Photo: Emmanuel Osodi

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This woman covers herself from the scorching heat as she has no patronage, her colleague is also laid back. Photo: Emmanuel Osodi.

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These traders standing stranded here as customers fail to approach them. Photo: Emmanuel Osodi

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This woman has been here almost all afternoon without anyone to patronise her in Berger area of Lagos. Photo: Emmanuel Osodi

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This shop looks filled up but there are no buyers in the shop. Photo: Emmanuel Osodi

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Igbo boys display their goods in Lagos, patronage seems really poor for the young guys. Photo: Emmanuel Osodi

 

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