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Brekete Family Program >> 2nd May, 2019

As of late, two Nigerians were captured in Saudi Arabia and wrongly blamed for being drug messengers, then, these drugs were planted in their packs by some drug cartels in Nigeria without their assent. The two who are Zainab Aliyu and an old man of around 80 years of age were captured and confined since December 2018 by Saudi authorities. The former was discharged after such huge numbers of tumults and challenges by Nigerians and numerous associations around the globe and after which her honesty was demonstrated. As per some unverified reports, the later was prior moved to an obscure jail however at this point with the Nigerian department in Saudi Arabia, despite the fact that, his discharge has not been affirmed yet but rather we trust he'll be discharged as the drug cartels have been captured.

BREKETE FAMILY PROGRAMME FOR 24TH JANUARY, 2019

Brekete Family is a reality radio and television program focused on human rights. It airs on Human Rights Radio & TV Station, 101.1 FM in Abuja, Nigeria. And we stream online through social media platforms. Like, Subscribe and follow us on all our media handles.

Brekete Family Programme >>> 18th April, 2019

The program started with advise from The Ordinary President to all Nigerians, However an update on the case of the girl who ignorantly took steroid for about 8 months was given as some of her family members felt unconcerned about her condition and no one among them is ready to go stay with her in the hospital despite the fact that her medical bills have been paid by Ordinary Dr. Ahmad Isah. Suleiman Abdulrazak popularly known as Akaramakallah talks about his encounter with one of the family members on phone and how unconcerned they reacted to the matter. Nevertheless, all these can not stop The voice of the voiceless from helping the extra-ordinary citizens.

Brekete Family Programme >> 25th April, 2019

There was a blackmail on Brekete Family by a whatsapp user that relates to religion sentiments, though the Ordinary President read it to the whole world but he was advise to shun it because it comes from haters that are envious of the good works he is doing.

BREKETE FAMILY PROGRAMME FOR 17TH JANUARY, 2019

Brekete Family is a reality radio and television program focused on human rights. It airs on Human Rights Radio & TV Station, 101.1 FM in Abuja, Nigeria. And we stream online through social media platforms. Like, Subscribe and follow us on all our media handles.

Brekete Family Program >> 9th May, 2019

For the purpose of accountability the former governor of Kogi Sate His excellency Idris Wadda was in Brekete Family studio to get a response from the present governor which was absent and the Ordinary President in his wisdom excuse the former governor from the studio because the present governor was absent and a call was placed to him with no response.

Brekete Family Programme >> 11th April, 2019

The case of an old retiree of Nigeria Army was treated and the Ordinary President calls on the Nigeria Military Pension Board which one of their representatives promised to help him retrieve all his outstanding pensions. Also, the case of a widow that her late husband works with Nigeria Prisons was treated, her husband family took over all the properties he left behind, so the Ordinary President made a call to the PRO Nigeria Prison Service and he promised to help the widow retrieve all the properties so that she will be able to take care of her children.

Brekete Family Programme 14th March, 2019

Talk magazine show that tackles human right issues.

Brekete Family Program >> 28th March, 2019

Brekete Family Program is a reality talk magazine program that tackles human right issues. Today's program featured Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC), Public Complaints Commission (PCC), Consumers Protection Commission, and some professional Bio-technologists.

BREKETE FAMILY PROGRAMME FOR 3RD JANUARY, 2019

The Ordinary President Ahmad Isah introduces the program by giving advice on issues.
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