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This Episode of Funmi Iyanda’s “Public Eye” examines the Plights of Street Hawkers

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Low-income Nigerians who cannot afford to rent a shop in a market or shopping centre usually engage in the profitable business of street hawking. This also affects both children and adults.

Funmi Iyanda sits with Ekuma Jeremiah, a former street hawker, his cousin Barnabas Ekuma, and Oladokun Grace, the Director of Grace Spring NGO, in this episode of “Public Eye” season two, entitled “Hawking: Chivalry on the Unkind Streets of Lagos.”

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