Video digest: 6 things that may happen on Election Day

Video digest: 6 things that may happen on Election Day

Another ‘legitimate’ weekend is here, where we serve you top trending videos on Legit TV. These videos were created based on the most talked-about topics in Nigeria over the past week; bordering from politics, street gists and much more.

This week we have amazing political videos about the forthcoming presidential elections, who will likely emerge president as well as young man and things that are likely to happen on Election Day.

Here are the top six videos of the week:

1. 6 things that may happen on Election Day

In this video, Legit.ng explains things that are likely to happen on the new date set for the presidential elections on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

2. Who will win? Anambra residents speak

Residents of Anambra have revealed whom they believe will win the 2019 presidential election. They cited their reasons, and noted that their prediction will come to pass if the elections are free, fair and credible.

3. Atiku may win and Buhari will be declared winner

Legit.ng took to the streets of Awka, Anambra state, where a young man stated that he will not be surprised if the winner of the 2019 presidential election is not declared winner of the poll. He stated emphatically that he believes President Muhammadu Buhari does not stand a chance if the election is free and fair.

4. Kano man who earns N10,000 weekly vows to vote for Buhari

During our recent trip to Asaba, the Delta state Capital, this young man from Kano state informed Legit.ng TV correspondent that he’d rather cast his vote for President Muhammadu Buhari. He added that although he earns N10,000 weekly but he will still cast his vote for President Buhari.

5. 28-year-old widow gets help after Legit.ng’s report

It could be recalled that a beautiful young lady was filmed where she earns her daily bread. Shortly after her video went viral on social media, Nigerians began showing her so much love. Barely 48 hours after the report about Isioma Mordi, a 28-year-old widow based in Awka, Anambra state, help has come her way. This video shows how much the help she got means to her and how grateful she is for the assistance.

Have a great weekend!

Source: Legit

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