Nothing bad lasts forever....even COVID-19

Updated: Feb 15

It's been two long years since the COVID-19 pandemic.

The end may not look yet in sight, but I am convinced that nothing bad lasts forever. My heart hurts for folks that have lost family and friends. Prayers up that their memories continue to bring them comfort.

The nights of crying your eyes out give way to days of laughter! – David Jesse

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Like most people, some things have caused me to experience deep fear; a 10 hour road trip from one part of Nigeria to the other with the stories of the " highway bad guys" and potholes. Or the first time I decided to break the law by watching a movie in the teacher's quarters, I almost got caught.

But it was a different dimension of fear when a close family member got infected with the coronavirus. Fear wrapped me up like a cold blanket on the cold winter night. As a person of faith, I could only lean on prayers. What do you do when the night is darkest?

In this post, I wanted to share an analysis of COVID-19 in Nigeria. The tool used was PowerBI

The outlier in this data set was Kogi state. What was the state doing differently? How are they able to report only 5 cases? How accessible are the testing centers? What is the State Government doing differently? Are they under-reporting the cases? So many questions that may not be answered.

What do you think about Kogi state?

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