The latter part of year 2019 and the entire year 2020 will remain unforgettable in world history, as COVID-19 ravaged the earth and altered the ways of individuals, organizations, as well as governments. The pandemic left the world with instabilities, claimed the lives of loved ones, rendered people jobless, and interfered with existing modus operandi.
'ONCE UPON A PANDEMIC' is a fact-based book that presents a detailed account of how Nigeria as a nation reacted to COVID-19, first hand experiences of citizens, and the role of well meaning people and private institutions in mitigating the effects of the crisis.
While itemizing some of the aftereffects, the book also gives a synopsis of the event in the world at large.
It is a book worth reading for anyone who was present during the pandemic, and those who, in the coming years, may be curious about a virus that caused so much loss. It will serve as a book that will preserve Nigeria's account for generations to come.