Brief Outing After Few Hours Of Freedom From The Lockdown Into Olufadi Main Market Along Edun Ilorin Town


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This is a brief description of how my day went today after we heard the announcement few hours ago that today been Friday April 17 is to be used to purchase foodstuffs. I got a call from my mother in law to please get out into the market and get few things for myself and my family in preparation for the next few days ahead for the lockdown again. I quickly got up from bed and make some few transactions to get some funds. Then I went to the Olufadi Main Market along Edun.

The Olufadi itself is a hospital but the Main Market is right behind the hospital so they named the Market the name of the hospital as well that's some traditions which can not be changed at all. So here are some few moments in the market and also this is my own contribution to the #marketfriday Initiative by the one and only good friend of mine @dswigle.

Red Oil Palm Mini Shop

Here was an old woman who hail from Ogbomosho town but base in Ilorin town who made this red oil palm her own business for survival and for keeping her family going.



Fresh Yam Stall / Shops

When I took a walk along the main walkway I saw so many things a very long yam stall also mini yam shops. I was called upon to come and have a look at their various yam varieties. They have the White Yam and also the yellow yam. Delicious when cooked properly.










Grains Zone. Millet / Guniea Corn, Maize etc 🌾 .













This was what I was able to captured within the period I was out before the commencement of the total lockdown again . I think you really enjoyed my article around the market square today again.

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This is so wonderful!! This entire market was awesome! I don't think I have ever seen so many yams outside of Africa. I truly mean that! I didn't realize that there were two different kinds of yams, yellow and white? What is the difference?

It breaks my heart to see people having to work during this time, especially the older people and women with families. How hard, not knowing if you are infecting anyone or if you will become infected? Nobody is wearing masks, but, perhaps there wasn't any to be had. We had a hard time finding them here, so we made some.

I want to thank you so much for the wonderful pictures and for sharing them with us. It is much appreciated. Thank you for being a farmer and taking care of people.

Also, thank you for being part of the challenge!

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