Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Monday 5th April 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Monday 5th April 2021

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Re: Banditry: Kaduna’s frightening casualty figures

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Re: Banditry: Kaduna’s frightening casualty figures

THE glaring weaknesses in the 19th March 2021 editorial of the Nigerian Tribune suggests that it is time to talk about newspaper editorials and their intended purpose for our country and its tumultuous times.  As the corporate opinion of a newspaper, an editorial is supposed to reflect a depth of organised thinking, research and analysis
Re: Banditry: Kaduna’s frightening casualty figures
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Afe Babalola University goes international

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Afe Babalola University goes international

THE journey of a thousand miles”, as the saying goes“starts with a step”. It is with this understanding that the Founder & Chancellor of Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, ABUAD, Aare Afe Babalola, SAN, has announced that with effect the 2021/2022 Academic Session, the University will be awarding scholarships to two students in each of its
Afe Babalola University goes international
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Obasanjo, Gumi meet, list over 20 solutions to insecurity

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Obasanjo, Gumi meet, list over 20 solutions to insecurity

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and renowned Islamic Scholar, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, have urged the Federal Government to be proactive, secure updated intelligence in fighting organised crimes. The duo of OBJ and Gumi in a statement they jointly signed and issued after a closed-door meeting, held at the Penthouse residence of Obasanjo located within the premises
Obasanjo, Gumi meet, list over 20 solutions to insecurity
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target=_blank rel=noopener>The activist we lost in Odumakin —Falana, Akintoye, Olawepo-Hashim 

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The activist we lost in Odumakin —Falana, Akintoye, Olawepo-Hashim 

As Nigerians grapple with the weekend shock exit of the national publicity secretary of pan-Yoruba socio-cultural group, Comrade Yinka Odumakin, more prominent Nigerians have continued to eulogise the outstanding human rights activist.  Mr Femi Falana on Sunday detailed his fraternity journey with the late activist. In a moving elegy, the silk recalled the exploits of
The activist we lost in Odumakin —Falana, Akintoye, Olawepo-Hashim 
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target=_blank rel=noopener>How two banks surprised market with record volume of shares traded in March

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How two banks surprised market with record volume of shares traded in March

IN what looked like a bang, investors moved by different sentiments swooped on the shares of two Deposit Money Banks, pushing their outstanding shares to record highs. Even though details on this huge volume trading remained sketchy at the time of filing the report, the trading transaction according to keen market watchers may represent attempts
How two banks surprised market with record volume of shares traded in March
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target=_blank rel=noopener>OMO regulation impact fades out as yields advance

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OMO regulation impact fades out as yields advance

THE impact of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN’s) Open Market Operation (OMO) regulation that restricted participation of non-bank corporates from OMO transactions is gradually fading out as yields recover across segments of the fixed income market. Nigerian Tribune investigations reveal that the increase in yields was driven by week on week (every week) auction
OMO regulation impact fades out as yields advance
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Edo 2020: Delta picks first gold

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Edo 2020: Delta picks first gold

Delta State, the next door neighbour to the host state, Edo, has picked its first gold medal at the ongoing 20th National Sports Festival, NSF, tagged Edo2020. Delta State picked the gold medal in the 80km road race for women, when Ese Ukpeseraye beat 12 other cyclists to the finish line to pick the first
Edo 2020: Delta picks first gold
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target=_blank rel=noopener>$2bn FX backlog: Experts suggest way out

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$2bn FX backlog: Experts suggest way out

FOLLOWING an estimated $2 billion unmet Foreign Exchange (FX) demand, finance and economic experts have expressed concern that FX challenges will persist in 2021 unless certain deliberate steps are taken to attract more inflows. It is the view of finance and economic experts from FSDH research, an affiliate of FSDH Merchant Bank that, “high interest
$2bn FX backlog: Experts suggest way out
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target=_blank rel=noopener>9Mobile to introduce e-SIM Cards

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9Mobile to introduce e-SIM Cards

TELECOMS service provider, 9Mobile, has announced plans to introduce electronic SIM cards, as part of its efforts  at enhancing  subscribers’ experiences. The company’s Lead, Public Relations, Chineze Amanfo, disclosed this in Lagos, recently, at a public forum, organised by the Brands Journalists Association of Nigeria (BJAN), to mark this year’s World Consumer Day. Chineze Amanfo
9Mobile to introduce e-SIM Cards
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Issues as Rites, NBC, again, spark trademark row in energy drinks market

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Issues as Rites, NBC, again, spark trademark row in energy drinks market

THE nation’s marketing space is not new to controversies, concerning trademark issues, and examples abound. In 1998,  Nabisco Inc.,  and  Allied Biscuits Company Limited were at daggers drawn over the trademark, RITZ. Allied Biscuits first registered the mark eight months before Nabisco, and the court held against the appellant, Nabisco, on the premise that it
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