It is another legitimate weekend when Legit TV serves you top trending videos from their YouTube Channel.
Topping the chart this week are videos of late Nigerian music legend, Majek Fashek, as his manager gave detailed accounts of his last moments. Also is a video of late 16-year-old girl Tina, who was shot dead by a trigger happy police officer. Her parents shed light on some of her unfulfilled dreams.
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Watch the five(5) top videos below:
1. Majek Fashek’s last moments, how he died - Manager
Following the death of Nigerian musical icon Majek Fashek, Legit TV reached out to his manager Uzoma Omenka and he revealed what happened during the last moments of the rainmaker’s life.
2. COVID-19: Parents speaks on allowing their children return to school
Ever since lockdown began, primary and secondary school students have been studying online hoping that schools will resume soon. Amidst the lockdown orders, on Thursday, May 21, the federal government hinted that schools will soon be reopened but Legit TV took the streets to ask parents if they will allow their children go to school if the government reopens them.
3. How trigger-happy police officer shattered Tina's dreams of becoming a doctor
The elder brother of late Tina Ezekwe has revealed how his sister's dream of becoming a medical doctor was shattered by a trigger-happy police officer. The young man said his sister, 16, was planning to write WAEC this year and JAMB in 2021 before the ugly incident which has since thrown the entire family into mourning. Another member of the family who spoke with our correspondent also revealed that the police officer had been threatening Tina's mother over time, saying frequently that he would "show her".
4. My life as a prostitute
All over Nigeria, the outbreak of COVID 19 has affected businesses. In this interview, Legit.ng spoke to Blessing (name has been changed to protect her identity), a ‘runs girl’ working in Lagos about how the lockdown has affected her work. She also shared why she decided to hit the streets to work as a prostitute.
5. 5 years after, Nigerians speak about Buhari's administration
Nigerians have cried out to President Muhammadu Buhari over the worsening state of the economy and their lives, five years after taking over the mantle of leadership. In this episode of street gist on legit tv, they noted that things have not remained the same since Buhari came to power. Some of them categorically stated that their living conditions have not improved since 2015.
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