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.
Watch the five(5) top videos below:
1. Coronavirus: The govt has turned the pandemic to academic
Femi Adeyeye, a popular Nigerian activist, has carpeted the federal government over the handling of the coronavirus pandemic in the country. During an interview with Legit tv, he noted that Nigerians have built a distrust for the government over the years, therefore, they’re not likely to believe the figures coming in from the NCDC. According to him, the pandemic has now become an opportunity to scam the people, hence the new name; scamdemic.
2. Coronavirus: Warri residents lament effect of pandemic
Residents of Warri, Delta state, have expressed disappointment over the dire effects of the coronavirus disease on their businesses. They told legit tv in the popular city how much the lockdown has affected their daily living as the government insists on lockdown. As at Sunday, 10 May, 17 cases of coronavirus had been reported in the state, but the people maintained that they wanted to go out and work.
3. What I plan to do to Oliseh - Vincent Enyeama
Vincent Enyeama who is Nigeria’s most capped player with 101 appearances abruptly retired from international football after he reportedly fell out with former Nigeria coach Sunday Oliseh. However, years later after the incident, Enyeama says he has no grudges against Sunday Oliseh.
4. School teacher embraces okada business as Coronavirus bites harder
An unnamed French teacher in Ibadan, Oyo state, says he is now an Okada rider in the city following the closure of schools over the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria. He made this disclosure to Legit.ng correspondent in Ibadan, as he noted that he cannot stay idle as he has a family to take care of. Other respondents who spoke to our correspondent also revealed some of their challenges as the pandemic bites harder.
5. COVID-19: Nigerians speak on effects of ease of lockdown
After the ease of lockdown by President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, May 4, Nigerians felt relieved as they could step out between the hours of 6 am to 8 pm to go about their daily hustle. However, the numbers of cases have risen significantly since the lockdown was eased. Legit TV, therefore, took to the street to ask Nigerians if the ease of lockdown is in order despite the increasing number of COVID-19 cases.
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