Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Wednesday 13th January 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Wednesday 13th January 2021

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Shea butter among prioritised agric value chain —Minister

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Shea butter among prioritised agric value chain —Minister

THE Minister, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Alhaji Sabo Nanono has said that the country is currently losing huge foreign exchange due to its inability to add value to Shea butter production. Nigeria is the largest producer of Shea nuts in Africa and the world at large, followed by Ivory Coast, Ghana and …
Shea butter among prioritised agric value chain —Minister
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Deadly second wave of COVID-19 and youthful population

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Deadly second wave of COVID-19 and youthful population

The much dreaded second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic which is said to be a deadlier and more virulent strain of the virus is now here with us and is already claim­ing major casualties. It will be recalled that the Federal Government had warned Nigerians about the second wave of the pandemic, especially as the …
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Pearls for success in legal practice

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Pearls for success in legal practice

The philosophy of law also known as legal jurisprudence usually concerns itself with the nature of law and its distinctions and differences inherent in its relationships, competitiveness and interplay with social and scientific theories of human values, attitudes and practices. Lawyers and governments and the courts are the main channels and actors through which legal …
Pearls for success in legal practice
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Still on community policing

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Still on community policing

Ideally, the issue of security of life and property ought to be approached through comprehensive devolution and decentralisation in a federal state like Nigeria. There is simply no logic in centralizing the security arrangement and leaving local communities without anything to call their own. Elsewhere, the security of life and property takes off from wards …
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Nigerian scientists brief FG on possible COVID-19 drug

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Nigerian scientists brief FG on possible COVID-19 drug

A team of Nigerian professors and scientists has proposed the adoption of a drug, Ivermectin, as part of the uniform treatment guidelines of COVID-19 in the country and as prophylaxis, pending the rollout of vaccination programmes or alongside them. The proposal is contained in the report of a research carried out by the team of …
Nigerian scientists brief FG on possible COVID-19 drug
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GIANT IN THE TROPIC OF AFRICA

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GIANT IN THE TROPIC OF AFRICA

Born in Lagos on 12 January, 1940. He is a billionaire industrialist and the Aare of Lagos. He had his only formal education at Ansar-u-deen Primary School, Oke popo, Lagos Island, Lagos State. He is the owner and founder of Eleganza group of companies, which has a market spanning the entire Africa. Today, under his …
GIANT IN THE TROPIC OF AFRICA
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COVID-19: Why we are against reopening of varsities —ASUU

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COVID-19: Why we are against reopening of varsities —ASUU

THE Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has cautioned the Federal Government against the hasty reopening of universities in the face of rising cases of COVID-19 and concerns about the safety of the lecturers. President of ASUU, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, warned the government against the January 18 set for the resumption of schools, arguing that …
COVID-19: Why we are against reopening of varsities —ASUU
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ABU trains women on improved rice processing techniques

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ABU trains women on improved rice processing techniques

The Ahmadu Bello University’s National Agricultural Extension Research and Liaison Services (AGRA), on Monday organised a three-day training for 45 women on improved rice processing for profitability. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the women were drawn from nine Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the state. It was organised in collaboration with Alliance …
ABU trains women on improved rice processing techniques
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Effective financial management principles for 2021

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Effective financial management principles for 2021

Happy New Year to all our readers. May this New Year be prosperous for us in every way. The beginning of a New Year is always a good time to review the effectiveness of the previous year’s strategies and update them for continuing relevance in the New Year. Whatever strategies we had at the beginning …
Effective financial management principles for 2021
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E2%80%95-ptf/ JUST IN: January 18 schools resumption stays for now ― PTF

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JUST IN: January 18 schools resumption stays for now ― PTF

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic has said that the January 18, 2021, resumption date for schools across the country has not changed. Speaking in a television programme on Tuesday night, the PTF National Coordinator, Dr Sani Aliyu, said the date remains the same until the Federal Ministry of Education …
JUST IN: January 18 schools resumption stays for now ― PTF
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