4 trending videos you cannot afford to miss on Legit TV this week

4 trending videos you cannot afford to miss on Legit TV this week

The Legit.TV page on YouTube is the best place to get access to a wide range of quality videos covering entertainment, breaking news, street gist and more. If you have not subscribed to the page yet, you can take two seconds to do so now by simply click here!

Topping the chart this week is a video of young couple pleading with Nigerians to support them financially, so they can take care of their twin babies. The father of the twin girls revealed how he wanted his lover to terminate the pregnancy at the initial stage.

Watch the four(4) top videos below:

1. Why I cried after my 2 goals against Iceland at World Cup - Ahmed Musa

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa was the hero for Nigeria scoring two goals against Iceland at the 2018 World Cup. The 27-year-old has now shared in this interview with Legit tv how he cried on getting back to his hotel room after the game.

2. I almost asked her to abort the pregnancy - Father of twin girls

George Oluwadipe, the father of a set of twin girls with his young wife has revealed how he almost asked his wife to get rid of the pregnancy at the initial stage. In this interview with Legit tv, the mother of the twin girls also explained how sad she was about the pregnancy because she had just finished her secondary education and was not expecting to get pregnant. The couple hopes for help from well-meaning Nigerians to take care of their infants.

3. COVID-19 Update: Why there are no cases in Kogi, Cross River states

Despite the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country, two states Kogi and Cross River have not had any cases of the virus. This video explains why this is so.

4. Vox pop: Covid-19 will have a profound effect on education in Nigeria

The lockdown orders did not only affect the economy but the educational sector in Nigeria. During a recent interview, this man disclosed that Covid-19 will have a profound effect on the educational sector in Nigeria because the government doesn't have enough IT savvy teachers or technology to go round each student.

Want to get even more awesome videos? Then subscribe to Legit TV today so that you never miss a thing.

Click here to subscribe!

Source: Legit.ng

Online view pixel