Employment In Nigeria
Jimoh Aisha is a 31-year-old Nigerian lady who made it back alive after traveling to Libya in search of a greener pasture. The mother of one who hails from Ikirun in Osun state revealed what she went through.
In a bid to tackle unemployment in Borno, Governor Babagana Umara Zulum on Tuesday, September 24, launched jobs portal for up to two million unemployed persons throughout local government areas in the state.
The residents of Oto-Ilogbo slum in Ebute metta area of Lagos have opened up on the challenges they face despite the fact that they live in the metropolitan city. They pay heavily for living in wooden houses in the slum.
Michael Iloduba, a 24-year-old guy who has been tagged the corporate bottled water seller, shared his passionate story with Legit TV stating what prompted him to start selling water on the streets of Lagos while wearing suits.
Legit.ng had an interesting encounter with Yinusa, a middle-aged woman who makes a living by scavenging at Oto Ilogbo slum in Ebute metta, Lagos.
Following the xenophobic attack launched on Nigerians in South Africa, some Nigerians who were returned home expressed their displeasure on the situation of things. Legit.ng intercepted some of the South Africa returnees.