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1. Onilua of Ilua: 140-yr-old man is regarded as oldest king in Nigeria
Oba Samuel Durodola Afolabi II is the Onilua of Ilua in Kajola local government area of Oyo state and at 140 years, is believed to be the oldest king in Nigeria. Legit tv paid a visit to the traditional ruler who reportedly became a paramount ruler at the age of 102, and has since led the people of Ilua town in Oyo state.
2. Abaribe asks President Buhari to resign, Nigerians react
Nigerians have reacted to the recent call by the Senate minority leader, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe that President Muhammadu Buhari to resign due to the security situation in the country. The comment generated a lot of reactions by Nigerians, home and abroad, and the calls for the president's resignation gathered momentum immediately.
3. I make 20k daily from Okada business, female rider says
In a special appeal to the Lagos state governor, Mr Babajide Sanwoolu, Egbuna Sandra, has revealed that she cannot afford to lose her job following the recent ban on Okada riders in several parts of the state. The 20-yr-old undergraduate stated that she saw herself through the first phase of her tertiary education with proceeds from the business and she is presently undergoing her mandatory one year Industrial Training scheme with one of the Okada companies.
4. Okada, Keke ban: Lagosians ask Tinubu to call Sanwoolu to order
Lagosians have asked Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), to call Governor Babajide Sanwoolu to order following the recent ban on motorcycles and tricycles in Lagos state. During separate interviews with Legit tv on Monday morning, they lamented bitterly over the hardship they're beginning to face following the development which has now left many of them hopeless in the last 24 hours.
5. Hundreds of Okada riders storm Lagos Assembly to protest ban
Hundreds of Okada riders on Friday, 31 January, stormed the Lagos state House of Assembly, Alausa Lagos, to protest against the recent ban of Okada, tricycles from plying specified routes in the state. They cried out to the governor, Mr Babajide Sanwoolu, to regulate the policy and not totally ban them from working on highways and other restricted areas.
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