Chris's Little Nigerian Shop *RERUN
On this episode, we meet Nigerian-native Chris Andrews, who runs a small shop in Saitama Prefecture's Koshigaya City. Open 365 days a year, Chris's business is a gathering spot and a source of moral support for the local Nigerian community. However, with the coronavirus pandemic, he struggles to keep his shop afloat. Join us as we follow Chris and the people who have come to his aid in his fight for survival. We also visit Bangladeshi Rashel Sarkar, who makes prosthetic legs at a company in Osaka Prefecture.
Members of the Saitama Nigerian community
Chris's friend, Obianke, demonstrates at the Embassy of Nigeria in Tokyo.
Chris surrounded by the people who provide him with support
Sarkar holding a prosthetic leg he made