Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Monday 11th February 2019
Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today and news Dailies Update on current affairs happening now in Nigeria today 11/02/19
target=_blank>Buhari’s electoral body bags
Governor Nasir el-Rufai last week proved Dr Tai Solarin wrong. In a 1970 article, Dr Solarin listed some “unforgettable utterances” made by first republic politicians. He was horrified to discover that those who would sack that era were jotting down the horrid statements against the names of their makers. One of them said “£800 is
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target=_blank>What’s love got to do with it?
THIS is our week of destiny. Saturday, February 16, witnesses the first leg of a series of elections that will likely determine the future direction of our country. Valentine’s Day also comes up this week, precisely on Thursday, February 14. St. Valentine dedicated his life to love and to helping others. Lovers the world over
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target=_blank>El-Rufai’s provocative outburst
Since his arrival on the public stage as Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) during the Olusegun Obasanjo presidency (1999-2007), Kaduna State governor, Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, has established a deserved reputation as someone who shoots from the hip. In an age of political correctness whereby the average politician has perfected the art of utterance
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target=_blank>The 9 things no one tells you about starting a business
If you dream of starting your own business, there are plenty of resources. Coaches, books and websites detail specific steps you should take or rules you should follow. But to be successful, you have to break the rules. You must be unapologetic about who you are and dare to be different. Here’s my advice for
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target=_blank>JUST IN: Ex-Army Chief, Major General David Ejoor, dies in Lagos
Major General David Ejoor, former Chief of Army Staff and Military Administrator of Mid-Western Province, has passed. The 87-year-old passed on Sunday afternoon at an undisclosed hospital in Lagos. Ejoor was born on January 10, 1932 and attended Government College, Ughelli between 1948 and 1952. He was an indigene of Ovwor in Olomu Kingdom, Ughelli
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target=_blank>Market women, non-indigenes, others back Kashamu
Scores of market women and their leaders in Ijebu-Ode Local Government Area of Ogun State have expressed their readiness to back the Governorship Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state, Senator Buruji Kashamu. They pledged their support when Kashamu visited them over the weekend at the expansive residence of the Iyalaje-General of
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target=_blank>Buratai: A S’tar Boy’ from another planet
An American literary pundit, Joseph John Campbell, has archetypal veneration of heroes in all his fictional works. He does not see them as ordinary beings, but people specially endowed and who derive the true worth of existence from their peculiar and unique impacts on the universe. In a time-tested aphorism, Campbell says, “A hero is
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target=_blank>It has not been an easy journey for me, Buhari says in video message
President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday conceded that things have not been easy for him since assuming power in 2015. In a video message to Nigerians, he said despite the tough times, progress has been made. He, therefore, urged Nigerians to renew his mandate in the coming election. The president said: “Fellow compatriots, it’s been over
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target=_blank>Monitor political rallies to forestall violence, Oyo residents task police
Worried by reported instances of violent clashes among supporters of various political parties, Chairman, Ifelodun Omo-Igboho, Azeez Aderoju has called on security agencies to adequately monitor campaigns and other political activities so as to forestall violence and protect the lives of citizens. Aderoju gave this admonition against the backdrop of reported stories of deaths stemming
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Barely six days to the 2019 presidential election, President Muhammed Buhari, the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been projected to defeat Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP). This is the projection of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Political Matters, Hon Gideon Samani, Delta APC leader, Chief […]
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