Evangelist Paulinus Ugochukwu a.k.a Sound Prince, The Executive Chairman Industrial Market Electronic Association, Alaba Int’l Market said they have face lots of challenges in this period of covid – 19 pandemic especially during the lockdown ease. He thanked God that the Government listen to their plead and brought it to 8am till 6pm but they are still pleading with the Federal Government to re-consider them just as they know that some people depend on what they get on a daily basis and this people has family to cater for. He said, now that the Schools has resumed, the Government should also restore their normal Mondays till Saturdays operation as we all know that Market and Schools have equivalent or almost the some populace. Further speaks, he said palatives were not received in Electronic Section not even face mask either from State Government or Local Government but he said electronic association are rich to take care of their challenges, 15 millions naira cash and food palatives was given to their members in Electronic, 10kg of rice each person. The Executive Chairman Evang. Paulinus said that Anambr are doing business six (6) days Monday to Saturday. He then implores the Government to permit them to do business as usual before the covid – 19 pandemic. He added that irregularity of business operation is now affecting the economy of the Nation. And also pleading with Lagos State Government to help them see to the issue of flooding in Alaba Int’l Market during the rainy season, as he pointed to the abandoned drainage at Abuja Plaza as the cause of the flooding. Evang. Paulinus advices the Traders under his care and Alaba Int’l Market at large to comply with the covid – 19 task force to ensure that the guidelines of N.C.D.C is been observed.