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Brekete Family Program is a talk magazine program that tackles human right issues. Today's program featured Brekete Family Program life time partner, SERVICOM and Independent Corrupt Practices And Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC)
Zainab Aliyu, an understudy of Maitama Sule University, Kano, who went for Lesser Hajj in Dec. 2018 was kept by the Saudi Arabia experts for purportedly being in control of a restricted substance, Tramadol. Zainab, although detained, had not been put on trial by the Saudi Arabia government. And with the hard evidence that those who implicated her have been arrested, a strong legal case is being made to the Saudi authorities.
The program started with the case of a Nigerian senior citizen who worked for Ethiopian embassy and then got strike with stroke but unfortunately wasn't paid off by the Ethiopian embassy. According to his son who spoke on his behalf, the sickness got him while he was still in service but was abandoned by the Ethiopian embassy
A retiree of Nigeria Customs made a complaint about how his pension was not paid by the government organization in-charge of pension called PTAD and the Ordinary president made a call to the PRO Nigeria Customs and he immediately order for the man and promised to act on the issue.
Case were being treated, and the Ordinary President specifically receive an update from the man that his wife was killed by a truck that belongs to Dangote Group and praise was showered to his church for their response to help the man in financing the burial arrangement.
The IG liaison made a presentation to the Brekete Family as to the message from the police IG and Madam Jumai of FCT call Center called into Brekete Family program to intimate the general public on her forthcoming Fish Farming training that will soon commence.
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