Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 30th March 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 30th March 2021

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Of CBN and the burgeoning cryptocurrency economy

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Of CBN and the burgeoning cryptocurrency economy

IN 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission moved to integrate blockchain and virtual assets into Nigeria’s capital market. It encouraged Nigerian cryptocurrency enthusiasts. But in a surprising twist, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) recently directed  all financial institutions to discontinue cryptocurrency exchanges and close  accounts associated with cryptocurrency exchanges.  The conflicting stance of the
Of CBN and the burgeoning cryptocurrency economy
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Why Nigeria should go back to parliamentary system

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Why Nigeria should go back to parliamentary system

IT is almost 22 years of democratic rule in Nigeria. There is no better time than now to assess the suitability of the 1999 constitution. It is even more compelling in the light of recent happenings in the country, especially the wanton killings by the Boko Haram, kidnapping of innocent people by the bandits, and
Why Nigeria should go back to parliamentary system
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Motorcycle riders in Oyo state need orientation on safety

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Motorcycle riders in Oyo state need orientation on safety

IT is laudable that the Oyo State government in its move to create enabling environment for motorcycle riders popularly called Okada in the state has built a parking space for them at bus- stop, Gate, in the Agodi area of Ibadan but the truth remains that the Oyo government needs to organise a seminar on
Motorcycle riders in Oyo state need orientation on safety
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target=_blank rel=noopener>AFIT partners Kaduna ICT Hub on research, development

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AFIT partners Kaduna ICT Hub on research, development

The Air Force Institute of Technology Consult Ltd. (AFIT Consult) last week sought partnership with the Kaduna ICT Hub (KAD ICT Hub), Kaduna, on research and development. Dr Bashir Ibrahim, Managing Director, AFIT Consult, who led the delegation to the KAD ICT Hub said that the partnership would help in promoting the institute’s research activities.
AFIT partners Kaduna ICT Hub on research, development
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target=_blank rel=noopener>9mobile offers free access to tertiary edtech platform, MyClassConnect

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9mobile offers free access to tertiary edtech platform, MyClassConnect

Telecommunications company, 9mobile, is providing free access to lecturers and students on tertiary educational technology platform, MyClassConnect. 9mobile’s support will ensure that users can access the platform without incurring mobile data costs. The partnership with MyClassConnect, a cloud-based single educational technology platform that facilitates both virtual and physical learning efficiency in higher institutions in Nigeria
9mobile offers free access to tertiary edtech platform, MyClassConnect
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target=_blank rel=noopener>NITDA to partner Ado-Ekiti Polytechnic on human capital development

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NITDA to partner Ado-Ekiti Polytechnic on human capital development

THE National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA),  has expressed its willingness to partner with the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State on human capital development. The Director-General of NITDA, Mr Kashifu Inuwa, expressed the willingness when Dr Hephzibah Oladebeye, the Rector and some management staff of the institution visited the agency in Abuja late last week.
NITDA to partner Ado-Ekiti Polytechnic on human capital development
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target=_blank rel=noopener>NNBP 2020-2025 targets deployment of nationwide fibre coverage —Pantami

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NNBP 2020-2025 targets deployment of nationwide fibre coverage —Pantami

Features of the latest Nigerian National Broadband Plan (NNBP) 2020-2025 have been revealed as it involves the deployment of nationwide fibre coverage to reach all State Capitals and provision of a point of presence in at least 90 per cent of Local Government Headquarters. It also targets tertiary educational institutions, major hospitals in each state
NNBP 2020-2025 targets deployment of nationwide fibre coverage —Pantami
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Agro-Industrialisation: Cross River fabricates easy to operate utility machine for farmers

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Agro-Industrialisation: Cross River fabricates easy to operate utility machine for farmers

GOVERNOR Ben Ayade  of Cross River State has said that the state was set for a paradigm shift in its agro- industrialisation drive by introducing easy to operate tractors and other agricultural equipment systems that are semi- manual. Ayade who demonstrated a hand-operated ploughing machine at the Industrial Park, Calabar,  described the special tractor as
Agro-Industrialisation: Cross River fabricates easy to operate utility machine for farmers
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target=_blank rel=noopener>AfDB lists Oyo, five others for agro-industrial processing zones programme

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AfDB lists Oyo, five others for agro-industrial processing zones programme

OYO is among six states listed by the African Development Bank (AfDB) for  implementation of its Special Agro-Industrial Processing Zones (SPAZs) programme. Oyo state makes up cluster 2 of the SPAZs project alongside Ondo, Lagos, Ekiti, Ogun and Osun states. The project aims at boosting the rapid development of modern agro-processing capacity in the country.
AfDB lists Oyo, five others for agro-industrial processing zones programme
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Gas flare: NGFCP delayed implementation ruining Nigeria’s image, prolonging devastation

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Gas flare: NGFCP delayed implementation ruining Nigeria’s image, prolonging devastation

WHEN Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council (FEC) approved the Nigerian Gas Flare Commercialisation Program (NGFCP) in 2016, optimism heralded the development, a market-based mechanism to eliminate gas flaring in the Niger Delta region. Gas flaring by oil companies in the region has for years devastated the environment and livelihoods of local populations. The programme presents a
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