It is another legitimate weekend when Legit TV serves you top trending videos from their YouTube Channel. These trending videos are based on the most-talked-about topics in Nigeria over the past week; bordering on politics, sports, entertainment and hottest gist from the streets.
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Watch the five(5) top videos below:
1. COVID-19 Update: Nigerian states without coronavirus as country hits over 1k cases
Nigeria has finally hit 1000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The number of infected people also continues to rise with each passing day. In this video, Legit.ng lists several states that thankfully have no cases of Corona Virus.
2. Coronavirus: The US govt gave me over 400k to stay at home - Nigerian in US
Taiye Olayemi, a Nigerian publisher who lives in the United States of America, has spoken glowingly of how everyone in the US got stimulus checks from the government to stay at home over fears Coronavirus may keep spreading. In this exclusive interview with Legit tv, Mr Olayemi noted that the government in Nigeria can also give out a minimum of N50,000 to her citizens as a way of easing their stay at home.
3. Cars, properties destroyed as fire guts petrol station in Lagos
Residents of College Road, Ogba, Lagos, were thrown into a sudden pandemonium following a fire outbreak in a petrol station around the area. An eyewitness told Legit.ng’s correspondent who visited the scene that firefighters did not respond as at the time they were called to help put out the fire. He noted that the outbreak happened while a tanker was trying to offload its fuel to the station.
4. How I go sitdon for house when I no get husband? - Market woman
A market woman has shared how the extended lockdown has affected her and her livelihood. Being a widow is tough as she can't sit back and watch her family die of hunger since there is no man to hustle for them.
5. COVID-19: 2Baba shouldn't have given N10m to the federal government
Still, on how to battle the Corona-virus pandemic in Nigeria, this man disclosed that popular Nigerian singer Innocent Idibia (2Baba) shouldn't have donated the sum of N10 million to the federal government. He added that the money should have been given to a private sector who would help disburse the money to vulnerable Nigerians during the lock-down period.
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