Nigerian Emigration: The Inconvenient Truth

Before the coronavirus outbreak, one could argue that the happiest places in Nigeria were the departure gates of Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA). For some passengers, these trips have become routine or more poignantly, part and parcel of a self-imposed double life (one foot in the west, one foot at home). These travellers are easy to spot — they engage in comfortable banter with airline staff and are…

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