Two Nigerian men hailed as COVID-19 heroes for fixing ventilators for free
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Two Nigerian men hailed as COVID-19 heroes for fixing ventilators for free

- Two Nigerian men have made their own contribution to the fight against COVID-19

- The men identified as, Gyang William and Nura Jibrin, fixed faulty ventilators at Jos University Teaching Hospital for free

- William and Jibrin are being hailed as heroes for doing their own part in the pandemic fight

Wealthy Nigerians have made financial contributions to the federal government for the fight against coronavirus. Not everyone has the ability to make financial contributions, but all can help in their own way.

These two Nigerian men identified as, Gyang William and Nura Jibrin, have shown people that contributing to the fight against COVID-19 cannot only be done by donating money.

The two men walked into the Jos University Teaching Hospital to request to fix faulty ventilators for free.

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Legit.ng came across their story after a young Nigerian lady identified as Gatiri Dakwak Asaolu hailed them on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.

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Asaolu shared photos of the men on the platform. She was joined by another Twitter user identified as @DrUdomoh, who shared the photos of the men fixing the ventilators on his account.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that an unnamed Nigerian man was spotted in a video speaking on the effect the coronavirus lockdown has on him. The video emerged online and it is hilarious.

The man was heard saying that the lockdown has made him add weight as he has been eating from time to time.

People over the world have been advised to stay at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is to be able to avoid a further spread of the deadly infection.

Legit.ng also reported that a Nigerian man identified as Adebayo Adetayo Ireoluwa said his COVID-19 lockdown experience has been an eye-opener as he spends time with his wife and kid.

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According to him, this period has made him appreciate his wife more. He also advised other men to appreciate the work their wives do when they are not around. He said he now understands what his wife goes through.

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