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The Second Epistle To Clark

by Breaking Timeson August 19, 2016
By Okanga Agila Dear Chief Edwin Kiagbodo Clark, Call your children to order. Permit me to again write you another letter in the space of three weeks since my last open letter to you. I would have exercised some patience and see how well the issues I raised in the previous communication are being treated. […]

Re: Salkida, Buhari and the Chibok Girls

by Breaking Timeson August 16, 2016
By Okanga Agila Perhaps blogging is the worst thing ever invented since the creation of nuclear warheads. But even the use of nuclear warheads is regulated, tightly so while the same cannot be said of blogging. This of course is not to say there are no positives to blogging which has been deployed for social […]

AHMED SALKIDA: THE NIGERIAN ‘JOURNALIST’ NIGERIANS DON’T KNOW

by Breaking Timeson August 16, 2016
By Abdulhamid Kolo Bukar The Nigerian Social Media and even the traditional media have played significant roles in shaping Nigerians’ views and opinions about critical State matters, in recent times. Chief among these critical State matters, in my view is the issue of Boko Haram. Ironically, over the years, Ahmed Salkida, who claims to be […]

A thin line Between a Journalist and an accomplice of Terror

by Breaking Timeson August 16, 2016
By Charles Ibekwe On April 14th 2014, the entire globe was greeted with the news of the abduction of over 200 girls who were preparing for an examination, from their school in Chibok, Borno- State. As expected, the barbaric act was greeted with widespread condemnation especially when the abductors were confirmed to be the deadly […]

Time to Take on Boko Haram’s Intellectual Wing

by Breaking Timeson August 15, 2016
By Inuwa Suleiman It is finally becoming clearer that Boko Haram has taken a hit from Nigeria’s military, a bad hit. Things are bad enough for the group to have gotten to the point of splitting down the middle, Jamā’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah wa’l-Jihād the old school Boko Haram led by Abubakar Shekau and al-Wilāyat […]

Can PDP Change the Change? – Lessons for Nigeria

by Breaking Timeson August 15, 2016
Two years into the Buhari presidency, presidential and cabinet officials, including the president himself, are still gives excuses and blaming the previous government and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for their woes and inability to deliver on the many promises they made to Nigerians many of which they have themselves forgotten. Rather than take responsibility […]