- Lockdown star Laycon has made Google's list of the most searched persons in Nigeria
- Actress Rahama Sadau was also listed for the controversial dress she wore
- Despite being away from social media due to his arrest, Instagram big boy Hushpuppi made the list
Google has released the names of the ten most searched people in Nigeria this year 2020 and we are not surprised by some of the people on the list as they made headlines.
According to BBC News Pidgin, America's President-elect Joe Biden is the top on the list.
Nigerian singers Rema and Naira Marley are the second and third people on the list respectively.
Kannywood actress Rahama Sadau is the fourth and it is not surprising why this is so. The actress was dragged for a backless dress she wore for a photoshoot.
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The issue was dragged for some weeks despite Rahama coming out to apologise and noting that she does not tolerate any manner of abuse as regards her religion.
The fifth on the list is Instagram big boy Hushpuppi who was arrested in June of this year by Interpol in Dubai for fraud.
It was reported that the big boy laundered the sum of N13.5bn ($35m) meant for ventilators to treat Native Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is not surprising that Lockdown star Laycon made the list. The budding musician is the sixth person on the list and he was one of the most talked about during and after the BBNaija show.
Singer Omah Lay is the seventh on Google's list while Maryam Sanda, the woman who was sentenced to death for killing her husband, was ninth on the list.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Laycon's fans were excited after the budding singer topped the chart of trending music in Nigeria.
The Lockdown star beat Wizkid whose music Ginger featuring Burna Boy was number 10.
Laycon was also ahead of Davido whose song Holy Ground featuring US rapper Nicki Minaj was number eight.
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