Boseman Chadwick, Kobe Bryant, 6 Bad Things That Have Happened In 2020

Boseman Chadwick, Kobe Bryant, 6 Bad Things That Have Happened In 2020

January 2020 ushered us into a brand new decade. With many hoping to start a new beginning.  But as the year progresses, the whole world is wondering if this year can get any worse. So many terrible things have happened so far, from Kobe Bryant’s death to the killing George Floyd, the explosion in Beirut, wildfires, corona Virus Pandemic and now the death of Chadwick Boseman.

Many joking about deleting 2020 from the year they’ve lived goes to show how bad the year has been so far

In no particular order, here are some of the devastating things that have happened in 2020 so far.

Boseman Chadwick Dies

Boseman Chadwick dies of colon cancer at the age of 43. Chadwick who found fame as Black Panther in the Marvel cinematic movie died at his home in the Los Angeles area with his wife and family by his side. It was reported that Chadwick was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago. The whole world has taken to social media to express their sadness for the loss


Death of Kobe Bryant and Daughter

On the 26th of January 2020, Kobe Bryant, 42, and his 13-year-old daughter with seven other people died in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles. It was indeed shocking and new for the whole world

Locust in East Africa

Hundreds of billions of locusts swarmed through parts of East Africa and South Asia in the worst infestation for a quarter of a century, threatening the food supply of tens of millions. The Food and Agricultural Organization said that the locusts could affect the food security of 25 million people.

The scale of the locust outbreak, which affected seven East African countries, was like nothing in recent memory.

Gas plant explosion in Lagos

A gas processing plant exploded on March 15 in Abule Odo area of Lagos State, killing at least 15 people and destroying about 50 buildings.

The impact of the explosion led to the collapse of nearby houses, damaged NNPC’s pipeline and caused the corporation to halt pumping operations on the Atlas Cove-Mosimi pipeline, the state-owned oil company said in a statement.

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Corona Virus Pandemic

This is one of the 2020 calamity that has caused so much human suffering and economic retrogression

The outbreak was first identified in Wuhan, a city in China’s Hubei province, in December 2019, and was recognized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11. As of March 21, more than 276,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in over 180 countries and territories, resulting in more than 11,400 deaths and 90,000 recoveries. The virus’s fatality rate is low – around 1-2 percent – but it spreads easily, and the economic impacts beginning to be felt are likely to have long-lasting effects.

Australian Wildfire

The 2019–2020 Australian bushfire season, known as the black summer, began with several serious and uncontrolled fires in June 2019, mainly in the southeast of the country. The fires, which peaked during December and January, have since been contained and extinguished.

More than half of all Australians have been directly affected by the bushfire crisis, including millions whose health has been affected. As of March 9, the fires, unprecedented for Australia in terms of duration and intensity, burned an estimated 18.6 million hectares, destroyed over 5,900 buildings, and killed at least 34 people. However, smoke pollution that blanketed the country’s southeast during the bushfire may have killed more than 400 people, according to the estimate published in the Medical Journal of Australia.




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