Bad Hood Good Market
Where the tarred road ends and gives way to poorly cemented steps leading to our creekside neighbourhood, an informal market has sprung up. Shoppers who never would have stepped foot in this part of town before the governor shut Port Harcourt’s main markets now drive down here to buy their essentials. Fabulous cars jostle for parking space. Martha, Tammy and Grace share their ‘secret market’ stories and discuss how this pandemic has changed the way people talk about and move about the city’s marginalised waterfront communities.