Coronavirus: Market woman cries out over hardship, begs Buhari for help

Coronavirus: Market woman cries out over hardship, begs Buhari for help

- Things are hard for Nigerians, and a trader Legit TV recently spoke with has lamented the hardship she's currently facing

- The trader, who is a widow, says she would rather sell her yam and plantain instead of begging as others do

- She calls on the government to support her, adding that her children are unemployed

A Nigerian market woman has lamented the situation of things in the country amid COVID-19 pandemic and wondered why she would sit at home when she doesn't have a husband to support her.

The woman, who said her husband is late, called on the federal government to support her because things are hard.

According to her, she decided to face her business instead of begging like others in her shoes currently do.

Legit TV spoke with the woman who sells yam and plantain, and she made it known that some of her children are unemployed despite going to school.

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She, however, prayed that Nigeria will get better.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that the general manager of the Nigerian Television Authority in Katsina state, Ayinde Soaga, had tested positive for coronavirus.

The family, who made the disclosure in a statement, said Soaga is in high spirit.

The statement which was signed by Kehinde Soaga read: “The Family of Alhaj Ayinde Soaga, GM, NTA Katsina appreciates the numerous phone calls and concern raised about the report as regards his testing positive to COVID 19.

“We wish to confirm that he is in high spirit not bedridden as he personally called in the NCDC officials to carry out the test on him."

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In other news, a pregnant woman who tested positive for coronavirus in Miga local government area of Jigawa state has died.

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The woman, who was from Zareka ward, died at an isolation centre on Sunday, May 3.

The woman's death was confirmed by a member of the state task force. The source said she had a miscarriage at the facility and bled to death.

She was among the nine cases confirmed by the state commissioner of health and chairman of the state task force, Dr Abba Zakari. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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