Posts Tagged ‘#NigeriaAt55’

#NigeriaAt55 | An Open Letter to President Buhari

by Breaking Timeson March 28, 2016
By Temitope Ajijola Mr. President, Please accept my sincere congratulations on the anniversary of Nigeria’s 55th Independence. I wish you and members of your family and cabinet a Happy Independent Day. Also, let me use this medium to congratulate you on your recent victory and emergence as the President of Nigeria. I wish you the very […]

Court Sentences Man to Death For Possession of Fresh Human Head

by Breaking Timeson March 15, 2016
An Ilorin High Court in Kwara yesterday sentenced one Ahmed Abdullahi to death by hanging after finding him guilty of a charge of culpable homicide. The court also sentenced the convict to five years imprisonment for being in possession of a fresh human head. Similarly, the court also sentenced Waheed Sanni and Saka Adisa to […]

#WhereIsOurBudget | WHERE IS OUR 2016 BUDGET?

by Breaking Timeson January 6, 2016
It’s 7.49am today, the 4th of January, 2016, and I woke up from sleep with the buzzing sound of my phone. I was still half asleep when I reluctantly picked the call with a weak “hello”. The caller on the other end shouted, “Deji, you are still sleeping? Nigeria is going down and you are sleeping. Deji, there’s a […]

N18,000 MINIMUM WAGE| Prepare For War, Congress Warns Governors

by Breaking Timeson November 23, 2015
The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, yesterday warned that attempts by the governors through the Governors’ Forum to renege on the N18,000 national minimum wage signed into law by former President Goodluck Jonathan in March 2011, was an open declaration of war against the Nigerian workers. Congress equally told President Muhammadu Buhari to prepare to receive the […]

APC Plans To Assassinate Our Key Members – PDP

by Breaking Timeson November 19, 2015
The National Publicity secretary of the The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olisa Metuh in a Statement has disclosed that some of its key members are currently been targeted and marked for death by the All Progressives Congress (APC). Chief Olisa Metuh alleged that Ekweremadu was not the only PDP member targeted, and other key members allegedly marked […]

Senator Buruji Kashamu Secures Perpetual Injunction Against Five Banks

by Breaking Timeson November 13, 2015
The Federal High Court in Lagos has barred five commercial banks from instigating Senator Buruji Kashamu’s arrest by security agencies over an alleged debt. Justice Chukwujekwu Aneke made an order of perpetual injunction restraining the banks and their officers from instigating the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFFC) to arrest, interrogate or detain Kashamu. It […]