How coffin makers laugh all the way to the bank

Godfrey George writes about how coffin makers thrive despite being discriminated against and stereotyped as purveyors of death because of their trade For some weird reasons, a first-time walk to Mr Olasubomi Ade’s workshop left an oddly bland taste beyond the taste buds. It might be the dryness of the air that led to his Agege, Lagos home, as houses stood right in front of other houses without recourse to physical planning. There was also the graveyard silence that wrapped the atmosphere as wooden coffins lined up right outside his kiosk. Ade, 59, said he had been a furniture maker

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