Check out 5 trending videos you must not miss on Legit TV this week

Check out 5 trending videos you must not miss on Legit TV this week

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1. Jubilation as Supreme Court declares Uzodinma Imo state governor

There was wild jubilation in Abuja following the decision of the Supreme Court declaring Hope Uzodinma as the duly elected governor. This decision has all but nullifies the election of Ihedioha as the incumbent governor of the state as duly announced by INEC. After the judgment in Abuja on Tuesday, January 14, supporters of the newly-announced governor broke into wild jubilation.

2. Amotekun: Falana blasts Malami, says he has no right to declare group illegal

Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana and popular lawyer, Monday Ubani, have expressed disappointment with Abubakar Malami for saying that the new security outfit in the south-west is illegal. In separate interviews after the 16th Chief Gani Fawehinmi annual lecture symposium in Lagos, they noted that Malami has no right whatsoever to issue such statements.

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Falana specifically stated that: “He is not a court, it is not his place to declare the operation illegal.

3. Operation Amotekun: Should it be replicated in other regions? Nigerians react

Operation Amotekun, a south-west policing outfit was launched in Ibadan, Oyo state, on Thursday, January 9 to the delight of stakeholders in the region. The new community policing group is expected to drastically help to curb crime in the western region of the country. And following the successful commencement of operations, Legit.ng asked Nigerians if such a gesture should be replicated in other regions of the country.

4. Struggle for NIN nearly ends with stampede in Lagos

Legit.ng visited the NIMC centre in Alausa, Ikeja and the crowd of youths who were in line to collect their National Identification Numbers (NIN) was overwhelming. The NIN is now required before students can take JAMB. The gathering of youths almost ended in a stampede.

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5. NIN registration: Nigeria is a collapsed system - 60-year-old parent laments

At Legit.ng’s recent visit to the NIMC centre in Alausa, Ikeja, we spoke to this concerned parent who complained bitterly about how Nigerian youths were being treated because they wanted to collect their National Identification Number (NIN).

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