Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 5th January 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 5th January 2021

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New tenants seek small apartments  

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New tenants seek small apartments  

Due to high rental values coupled with decline in purchasing power, new tenants and accommodation seekers now prefer small apartments to bigger types. Also, due to the rush, a lot of landlords are currently converting their three and four bedroom flats to one and two bedroom apartments to get immediate occupancy. Nigerian Tribune gathered that in the high-brow locations …
New tenants seek small apartments  
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Partnership: FG, property firm seal deal on Delta housing scheme 

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Partnership: FG, property firm seal deal on Delta housing scheme 

As part of efforts to reduce the huge housing deficit in the country, the Federal Government, through the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, under the leadership of Mr Babatunde Fashola, has concluded plans to start the housing development project at Ugbolu in Asaba Delta State. When the project commences fully, it is expected that …
Partnership: FG, property firm seal deal on Delta housing scheme 
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High cement price: Block manufacturers, bricklayers groan over lack of patronage 

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High cement price: Block manufacturers, bricklayers groan over lack of patronage 

Recent increase in the price of cement is taking another dimension as sandcrete block manufacturers and bricklayers are groaning under lack of patronage. They lamented that since the increase in the price of a 50-kilogram bag of cement to N3,500 from N2,600, over two months ago,  public patronage of their products and services had dropped …
High cement price: Block manufacturers, bricklayers groan over lack of patronage 
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Justice as the bedrock of democracy in Nigeria (3)

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Justice as the bedrock of democracy in Nigeria (3)

In continuation of the lecture delivered at the Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan Branch 2020 Law Week, I now focus on sectoral aspects of justice, having examined the concept of justice, the dynamics of political and economic justice and other related topics, in the last two pieces.   JUDICIAL JUSTICE The term ‘judicial justice’ as used …
Justice as the bedrock of democracy in Nigeria (3)
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AIT maintains lead as ECOWAS best tech varsity with triple awards

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AIT maintains lead as ECOWAS best tech varsity with triple awards

The Accra Institute of Technology (AIT), consistently ranked the top private University in Ghana and one of leading educational institutions in West Africa, has been announced the winner of the three most prestigious awards at the just-ended 2020 UMB Ghana Tertiary Awards in Accra. The AIT was awarded: The Most Outstanding Institution in COVID-19 Times …
AIT maintains lead as ECOWAS best tech varsity with triple awards
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*-party-in-kaduna/ The aborted s** party in Kaduna

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The aborted s** party in Kaduna

NIGERIA is suffused with ominous signs of a society that is collapsing and that should be obvious and worrying to even the least discerning. The challenges are simply legion, including those that the State seemingly has little or no control over now as a result of clearly avoidable and unceasing leadership failure, especially in the …
The aborted s** party in Kaduna
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There is no perfection in humanity —Hussain Summonu

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There is no perfection in humanity —Hussain Summonu

Comrade Hussain Summonu, a retired Assistant Director in the Federal Ministry of Works and an activist, will clock 80 in few days. In this interview with ADEOLU ADEYEMO, he spoke about his life, childhood years and state of the nation. Excerpts:   How was your growing up years? As you know, I’m the twin brother …
There is no perfection in humanity —Hussain Summonu
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Our federalism is too expensive —Hassan Sunmonu

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Our federalism is too expensive —Hassan Sunmonu

Comrade Hassan Adebayo Sunmonu, an outstanding former Labour leader and his twin will clock 80 in a few days. In this interview with ADEOLU ADEYEMO, he spoke on his experience, state of the nation, governance and other issues.   What was your childhood like? I’m looking up to my 80th birthday with my twin brother …
Our federalism is too expensive —Hassan Sunmonu
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Fishermen urge FG to prevail on Shell to pay $3.6bn Bonga oil spill fine

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Fishermen urge FG to prevail on Shell to pay $3.6bn Bonga oil spill fine

Artisanal Fishermen Association of Nigeria (ARFAN) has appealed to the government to prevail on Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCO), to pay the $3.6 billion fine imposed on it by oil industry regulators over the 2011 Bonga oilfield spill. They also urged the Federal Government to leverage on its successes in containing the COVID-19 …
Fishermen urge FG to prevail on Shell to pay $3.6bn Bonga oil spill fine
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International Renewable Energy Agency holds 11th Assembly online

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International Renewable Energy Agency holds 11th Assembly online

The 11th session of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Assembly will take place in a virtual setting from January 18 to 21, with related stakeholder meetings held virtually on January 13 and 14. It will bring together Heads of State/Government, Ministers and energy decision-makers among its Membership and States-in-accession, as well as multilateral organisations, …
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