Posts Tagged ‘Niger’

FLASH| Boko Haram Ambush Kills 32 Soldiers

by Breaking Timeson June 5, 2016
Attack kills 30 soldiers from Niger and two from Nigeria on countries’ border near city of Bosso, Niger officials say. Thirty soldiers from Niger and two Nigerian troops were killed in a Boko Haram attack on Niger’s border with Nigeria, Niger’s defence ministry said. “On Friday, hundreds of assailants of Boko Haram attacked” the position […]

Enugu Massacre, Over 100 Hundred of us Were Recruited for It – Suspect

by Breaking Timeson May 7, 2016
One Mohammed Zure, a suspected Fulani herdsman who allegedly took part in the recent mayhem unleashed on an Enugu community, has reportedly revealed how he and his syndicate planned and carried out the attack. Zure, who is currently in custody at the Kogi state police command, reportedly told the Punch that the attack was planned […]

Join, Join and the illegality of Join Johnny

by Breaking Timeson March 31, 2016
With so many funny and annoying things happening in quick succession in Nigeria, from economic problems to a Spiderman web looking “Pight against kwaraption”, fuel scarcity, naira depreciation, trigger happy soldiers, job cuts, Boko Haram, anti-social media bill, Biafra protest, disregard for court orders, inconclusive elections, Zaria massacre, etc, it is the alleged plot by […]

Lassa Fever Deaths Is an Embarrassment to FGN – Health Minister

by Breaking Timeson January 8, 2016
Over Forty people have died in Nigeria in an outbreak of Lassa fever in 10 states across the country, The Health Minister Isaac Adewole said Friday. “The total number reported is 86 and 40 deaths, with a mortality rate of 43.2 percent”. The minister said that so far, laboratory tests have confirmed that 22 of the […]

CAN Kicks As Nigeria Plans To Join Muslim War Alliance

by Breaking Timeson December 17, 2015
The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has protested the attempt by the Buhari led Federal Government to covertly enlist Nigeria among Muslim Nations to fight ISIS.  Saudi Arabia was building a coalition of 34 Muslim/Arab countries to fight ISIS and Nigeria was named among the 34. General Secretary of CAN, Rev. Musa Asake, in a statement said: “This […]