Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 30th June 2020

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 30th June 2020

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When Black lives matter

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When Black lives matter

It is quite uncanny that the Oxford dictionary defines prejudice as a ‘‘preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience,’’ with a legal interpretation that reads ‘‘harm or injury that results or may result from some action or judgement,’’ and an illustrationwith the example of ‘‘English prejudice against foreigners.” Suffice it then …
When Black lives matter
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Take action on threats to Rivers,  PDP tells IGP, DG-DSS

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Take action on threats to Rivers,  PDP tells IGP, DG-DSS

Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu has been urged by the People Democratic Party (PDP) to immediately nip in the bud, threats by feuding factions in the ruling All Progressives Congress to unleash terror in Rivers State. The party also tasked the Director-General of the Department of State Services (DSS), Yusuf Magaji Bichi, to without …
Take action on threats to Rivers,  PDP tells IGP, DG-DSS
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Ebonyi Chief of Staff demoted, others redeployed as Umahi reshuffles cabinet

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Ebonyi Chief of Staff demoted, others redeployed as Umahi reshuffles cabinet

Chief of Staff to Ebonyi State government, Dr Emmanuel Offor Okorie has been demoted to the position of Chairman, Ebonyi State Broadcasting Commission (EBBC) by Governor David Umahi. The Secretary to the state government and coordinating Commissioner, Dr Kenneth Ugbala, disclosed on Monday night in a statement. According to Ugbala, the redeployed cabinets are expected …
Ebonyi Chief of Staff demoted, others redeployed as Umahi reshuffles cabinet
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Nigeria: Looking ahead to a planned future under PMB

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Nigeria: Looking ahead to a planned future under PMB

WILL the world and its economy return to normal after the coronavirus pandemic? The answer to the above question will probably be in the negative. Already, the term, “the new normal”, which has gained global currency suggests that the world, as we knew it before COVID-19, would never be the same again. Apart from thousands …
Nigeria: Looking ahead to a planned future under PMB
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E2%80%95-police/ 3-year-old boy missing in Anambra Catholic Church ― Police

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3-year-old boy missing in Anambra Catholic Church ― Police

Anambra State Police Command has declared a 3-year old boy, Chimdindu Oledibe missing from a Catholic Church Umunze, in Orumba South Local Government Area of the state. The victim was said to have gone to the church service along with his mother and went out of the church unnoticed during service and got missing. Tribune …
3-year-old boy missing in Anambra Catholic Church ― Police
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Environment stakeholders propose energy alternatives for Africa

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Environment stakeholders propose energy alternatives for Africa

Environment stakeholders have proposed energy alternatives to fossil fuels while challenging communities in Africa to see themselves as climate actors to demand an end to dirty energy dependency and the accompanying environmental degradation. For two days, local and international civil society and non-governmental organisations from Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, Senegal, Brazil, Philippines, Algeria, Kenya joined Health …
Environment stakeholders propose energy alternatives for Africa
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Ajimobi, we lost a gem

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Ajimobi, we lost a gem

Senator Abiola Ajimobi contributed his quota to the development of Oyo state. Indeed, his priority to make Ibadan to be a developed city was achieved as he introduced many innovations to make this work. He was a governor who liked to speak his mind without fear. The death of Senator Ajimobi is a huge loss …
Ajimobi, we lost a gem
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ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment becomes June 2021

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ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment becomes June 2021

As Fiji ratified the ILO Convention 190 on violence and harassment, the convention will now effective in June next year. Any new ILO Convention requires only two ratifications by two member states to enter in force. Fiji became the second country to ratify the ILO’s Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190) after Uruguay ratified …
ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment becomes June 2021
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Despite insurgency, Borno will soon become self-sufficient in rice production

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Despite insurgency, Borno will soon become self-sufficient in rice production

The Managing Director of Wal-wanne Group Limited, Dr Abiso Kabir, in this interview, speaks on agricultural activities in Borno State amid terrorism which is ravaging the state. He speaks on efforts by his company towards achieving food sufficiency in the country. COLLINS NNABUIFE brings excerpts.   HOW viable is Borno State for farming? Borno State …
Despite insurgency, Borno will soon become self-sufficient in rice production
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Nigeria signs MOU with UK on Energy Calculator 2050

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Nigeria signs MOU with UK on Energy Calculator 2050

The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Her Excellency Catriona Laing and the Honourable Minister of State for Environment, Sharon Ikeazor, on Tuesday, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the United Kingdom Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) and the Federal Ministry of Environment. According to a release …
Nigeria signs MOU with UK on Energy Calculator 2050
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