Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 7th January 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 7th January 2021

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World leaders react to US Capitol Hill violence

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World leaders react to US Capitol Hill violence

In an unprecedented turn of events, the US Capitol was on Wednesday breached by thousands of protesters attempting to stop President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over President Donald Trump from being certified by Congress. Hundreds of Pro-Trump protestors overpowered security on Capitol Hill in Washington DC as the US Senate heard objections to President-elect Joe Biden’s …
World leaders react to US Capitol Hill violence
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Caverton Helicopters receives, assembles biggest helicopter at Tin-Can port

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Caverton Helicopters receives, assembles biggest helicopter at Tin-Can port

In accordance with the ease of doing business in Nigeria, the largest commercial helicopter to be operated by a wholly indigenous company, Caverton Helicopters Nigeria Limited, was recently received from the United States of America by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) at the Ports & Terminal Multiservices Ltd (PTML) in Tin-Can Island port, Lagos. The …
Caverton Helicopters receives, assembles biggest helicopter at Tin-Can port
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’28 export containers from Minna rots-away at seaport since September’

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’28 export containers from Minna rots-away at seaport since September’

The Shippers Association of Lagos State (SALS) has raised the alarm that 28 containers of export products from Minna, the capital of Niger State have been detained at the ports since September, 2020, and are still languishing away due to unworkable Federal Government import and Export Adjustments policies. In a statement made available to the …
’28 export containers from Minna rots-away at seaport since September’
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Innovations that could shape Nigeria’s maritime sector in 2021

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Innovations that could shape Nigeria’s maritime sector in 2021

As the New Year unfolds amid high expectations from stakeholders, advancement of the Nigerian maritime sector will depend on the implementation of some innovations in 2021 writes TOLA ADENUBI.
Innovations that could shape Nigeria’s maritime sector in 2021
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Covid-19: Closure of tertiary institutions is not the answer

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Covid-19: Closure of tertiary institutions is not the answer

THE world is currently witnessing a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, and even countries that were not affected by the initial wave are seeing a surge in the number of infected. Consequently, several countries have put up diverse measures to curb a further spread of the pandemic. In Spain, the government announced a fresh …
Covid-19: Closure of tertiary institutions is not the answer
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‘How to end shortage of air traffic controllers in NAMA’

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‘How to end shortage of air traffic controllers in NAMA’

THE present shortage of Air Traffic Controllers across the country’s airports can only be tackled through the massive engagement of controllers by the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA). Making this declaration, a retiring airspace manager with NAMA, Mr. Victor Akpobaro Eyaru while speaking on his activities in the past 35 years in service noted that …
‘How to end shortage of air traffic controllers in NAMA’
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Rumbles over FG’s released N5bn aviation bailout fund

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Rumbles over FG’s released N5bn aviation bailout fund

SINCE the release of the N5 billion federal government bailout funds to the domestic airlines and other allied businesses for the purpose of helping them to cushion the impact of Coronavirus pandemic which inflicted deep economic hardships on their existence, the entire sector has not remained the same. Rather than unite the airlines and other …
Rumbles over FG’s released N5bn aviation bailout fund
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You’ve done better than any of us, former LASU VCs, Okebukola, Leigh tell Fagbohun

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You’ve done better than any of us, former LASU VCs, Okebukola, Leigh tell Fagbohun

FORMER Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Peter Okebukola and a former Vice-Chancellor of the Lagos State University (LASU) Ojo, Professor Abisogun Leigh, have openly declared that the outgoing Vice-Chancellor of LASU, Professor Olanrewaju Fagbohun did better for LASU than any of his predecessors. They gave the remarks separately at a recent …
You’ve done better than any of us, former LASU VCs, Okebukola, Leigh tell Fagbohun
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95% Nigerian undergraduates in public universities — TETFund boss

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95% Nigerian undergraduates in public universities — TETFund boss

Executive Secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), Professor Suleiman Bogoro, has put the student population of all private universities in the country at only 5.4 per cent of the total number of students in Nigerian universities. He said though private universities accounted for about 40 to 45 per cent of the number of …
95% Nigerian undergraduates in public universities — TETFund boss
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Buhari’s directive on food imports

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Buhari’s directive on food imports

WHILE speaking at the fifth regular meeting of the Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC) at the Presidential Villa in Abuja recently, President Muhammadu Buhari once again gave the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) a directive not to provide foreign exchange  for food importation, insisting that the country must produce what it consumed. He had once …
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