Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Sunday 3rd March 2019

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Sunday 3rd March 2019

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target=_blank>The rich and their poverty

THE warped perception of the purpose of wealth among the rich of our land is quite revolting. Contrary to what obtains in many other countries where wealth is not deemed a weapon of oppression and the poor not treated as the scum of the earth to be trampled upon, the rich in Nigeria want to
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target=_blank>Choices we don’t make

AS political gladiators and their sympathisers dispute election results across board, I see a country without a sense of danger perception and this isn’t about the choices being presumably made now, going by the outcomes of the contests. It is more about choices made by not making a choice. To the eternal shame of those
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target=_blank>If a woman delays on marriage, it may be her prayer point at 45 —Oke

CEO/Lead Consultant of Ladybird Ltd, Mrs Olubunmi Oke, is a past president of the Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria). She tells CHIMA NWOKOJI, SYLVESTER OKORUWA and SEGUN KASALI her experiences of the two worlds and how it shaped her world.   HOW was your childhood years?  Growing up was a mixed bag. I grew
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target=_blank>So sad we didn’t have a good election

LOCAL and International Election Observation Teams and stakeholders to the February 23 presidential and National Assembly election in Nigeria agreed that the 2015 election remained the benchmark. They somewhat agreed that the standard set in 2015 is what the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) must not go below in the 2019 polls. All appeared to
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target=_blank>Should Atiku go to court?

Penultimate Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections are sad reminders of how elections generally have been in this country since pre-Independence period – warped, rigged, and discredited; thus tearing us apart rather than uniting us. This is one major reason why this country is not meshing into a nation. It is why we pull apart
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target=_blank>Adeyemi advises youths against drug addiction

Retired Bishop of Kwara State Diocese of the Anglican Church, Dr Olusegun Adeyemi, has encouraged government and its agencies to control access to drug and chemicals among youth in the country to check prevalence of drug abuse and addiction. Speaking with journalists in Ilorin at the weekend as part of activities for his retirement as
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target=_blank>The bloody ethnic war between Buhari and Atiku

THE only war that caught my attention in the build-up to the presidential election was the bloody ethnic war between President Buhari and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. I am talking about the war to ascertain who was more Fulani between the two gladiators. So violent was this war that the precious lives of hundreds of thousands
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target=_blank>South-West’s fatal trap

As it became clear that former Vice President of Nigeria and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate in the just-concluded election, Atiku Abubakar, was kissing the electoral canvass, Reno Omokri, the combative spokesman to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, made a submission on the voting trend of the election, his thumbs gleefully held high for the South
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target=_blank>Guber poll may determine MAPOLY/OGUNPOLY fate

Aside the intense anticipation on who would successfully win the 2019 gubernatorial election in Ogun State, apart from the political tussles, it appears that the fate of two state institutions lies in the possible outcome of the election. There are speculations that the governor-elect might bring stability to conflicting survival of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ogun
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PANDEF, NEF, Afenifere, Ohanaeze, MBF back Atiku’s moves to challenge Buhari at tribunal

The Forum of Nigerian Leaders and Elders (TFNLE) on Saturday declared support for the resolve of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to challenge results of last poll exercise in the courts as provided for in the constitution, describing his decision as patriotic, responsible and ultimately the highest […]
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