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Watch the five top videos below:
1. Abuja raid: Police officers wanted to sleep with us - Victims open up
In April 2019, the Nigerian police in Abuja arrested over 100 women on the streets and paraded them as prostitutes Months after this incident, Legit.ng partnered with the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) to carry out some findings on the true state of things. This report gives more details about the true state of things and how some of the women were wrongfully arrested.
2. Atiku vs Buhari: Peter Obi reacts to Supreme Court judgment
Peter Obi, the vice-presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 presidential election, has reacted to the Supreme Court judgment in Abuja on Wednesday, October 30. The sitting dismissed the appeal filed by the PDP and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, challenging the election of President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 general election.
3. I left my husband because he beats me every day - Single mother
This young lady, who spoke with our correspondent during a visit to the slum in Otto-Ilogbo area of Lagos, has revealed how she left her husband over the assault. She also revealed that she does not regret her actions because the man was also bringing other ladies home to sleep with.
4. Nigerian Military in new collaboration with Nollywood
The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC) and the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) have commenced a plan to correct the wrong perspectives many Nigerians have about the Nigeria Military. This anomaly, Legit TV gathered, will be corrected through movies that will put things in perspective.
5. Lagos Fire: This outbreak has now become a yearly sacrifice - Traders lament
Legit TV crew has visited the site of the unfortunate fire incident that destroyed properties that worth billions of naira on Martins Street off Balogun, Lagos. During the visit, the traders bitterly lamented the incident which they believe has now become a yearly 'ritual' in the region as it has become a recurring decimal inside the market. One of the traders also said that it was rumoured that fuel from a generator was the source of the fire outbreak.
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