Top 5 trending videos of the week from Legit TV

Top 5 trending videos of the week from Legit TV

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Topping the chat this week is video of a 24-year-old Nigerian lady and Libya returnee, Iyanuoluwa Akintunde. She shared an emotional story of the various hardships she faced after the death of her parents and how she found herself in Libya.

Watch the five top videos below:

1. Libya returnee: A Nigerian sold me with pregnancy to another Nigerian

A Nigerian sold me with pregnancy to another Nigerian, 24-year-old Iyanuoluwa Akintunde has shared the story of how she faced hardship after the demise of her parents and her guardian, how she found herself in Libya and the travails that followed.

The young lady, who literally cried for help during this interview, wants Nigerians to come to her aid and help her family survive the hardship.

2. Jare Ijalana: The most beautiful girl in the world is from Nigeria

When a photo of 6-year-old Jare Ijalana went viral on the internet, many could not believe she was real. But after investigations, it has been revealed that not only is she real, she also has two older sisters, Joba and Jomiloju, who are also very beautiful.

3. Super Eagles will avoid World Cup Mistakes at AFCON 2019 - John Ogu

Nigerian midfielder John Ogu has promised that Super Eagles are going to AFCON 2019 to compete for the trophy even as he revealed that the team is working hard to avoid mistakes they made at the FIFA 2018 World Cup.

4. How Nigeria’s democracy has fared in the last 20 years - Jega, Ezekwesili

A senior Nigerian journalist, Mahmud Jega and former minister of education, Dr Obiageli Ezekwesili, recently shared their thoughts on Nigeria's democracy in the last 20 years.

5. Politicians should stop traveling abroad for medical checkup

With June 12 now officially recognised as Democracy Day in Nigeria, took to the streets of Lagos to ask Nigerians if they think our system of government should be changed. Majority agreed while some disclosed that, Nigerian politicians should stop traveling abroad for medical checkups.

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