Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 7th July 2020

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 7th July 2020

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Alaro needs a police post

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Alaro needs a police post

I wish to use this medium to reach the Oyo State government and the Federal Government of Nigeria in relation to the condition of my community, Alaro, Ibadan. We are faced with serious security issues in this area. Although the landlords association of the area led by the chairman, Mr Waidi Olasunkanmi, in collaboration with …
Alaro needs a police post
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Fighting Boko Haram with weapon of sanction, diplomacy

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Fighting Boko Haram with weapon of sanction, diplomacy

THOSE that sponsor Boko Haram are enemies of Nigeria. To date, the Lake Chad Basin region is grappling with a complex humanitarian emergency and sanctions will be a great weapon against boko haram. Over 3.3 million people have been displaced that can fight boko haram with strong weapon of sanctions and diplomacy, including over 2.5 …
Fighting Boko Haram with weapon of sanction, diplomacy
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Nigeria: Contribution of non-oil exports to economic growth

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Nigeria: Contribution of non-oil exports to economic growth

Nigeria’s revenue has consistently come from two sources: oil and non-oil. The former, which is oil, has historically been the most significant contributor to budget finance of the nation. Therefore, Nigeria is an economy that is mostly dependent on crude-oil and with the dwindling in the price of crude oil, the country needs not to …
Nigeria: Contribution of non-oil exports to economic growth
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NLC, TUC to mobilise against Nycil’s alleged unfair labour practice

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NLC, TUC to mobilise against Nycil’s alleged unfair labour practice

THE two prominent labour centers in the country – the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) have resolved to mobilise other Nigerian workers to fight against the management of Nycil, a company located in Sango Ota, over the unfair labour practices being meted to its workers. The two unions representing the …
NLC, TUC to mobilise against Nycil’s alleged unfair labour practice
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Oshiomhole and the magnitude of his politics

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Oshiomhole and the magnitude of his politics

IN a season of partisan frenzy, with many red-eyed politicians focused on various power-grab projects, discipline, party supremacy and rule-governed processes become threatened, as it was in the enclave of the governing All Progressives Congress (APC) until recently when a decisive presidential intervention was brought into the mix. President Muhammadu Buhari’s intervention had reduced the …
Oshiomhole and the magnitude of his politics
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COVID-19: Trump govt threatens foreign students with expulsion

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COVID-19: Trump govt threatens foreign students with expulsion

International students who are pursuing degrees in the United States will have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday. The move may affect thousands of foreign students who come to the United States to attend universities or participate in training programs, as …
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‘Why some agricultural policies can’t work’

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‘Why some agricultural policies can’t work’

Ya’u Mohammed Dansadau, is a young full-time farmer from Dansadau Emirate of Maru Local Government Area of Zamfara State. Ya’u Dansadau, a graduate of Mass Communication in this interview narrates how he decided to venture into agriculture rather than seeking a career in journalism or other field related to his course of study. He also …
‘Why some agricultural policies can’t work’
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Standing against food colonialism

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Standing against food colonialism

A short video produced by the North Africa Network for Food Sovereignty showed the origin and solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic. The video showed that it is not enough to say that the virus jumped from animals to humans as that is little more than skimming the surface of the rather intricate webs in the …
Standing against food colonialism
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NUPENG laments brazen extortion of members by Army, Police, Civil Defense

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NUPENG laments brazen extortion of members by Army, Police, Civil Defense

The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has lamented what it described as brazen extortion of its members by security agents, including the Army, Police, and the Civil Defense Corps. NUPENG said the issue of extortion by security agents had also been compounded by bad roads and insecurity, which had all combined …
NUPENG laments brazen extortion of members by Army, Police, Civil Defense
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The exit of Bode Akindele

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The exit of Bode Akindele

THE recent demise of the Parakoyi of Ibadanland, Chief Bode Akindele, certainly signalled the end of an era, especially in the real sector of the Nigerian economy. A captain of industry, Chief Akindele had, since he was a young man, demonstrated an uncanny ability to invest and make money work for him. He was born …
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