Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 8th April 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 8th April 2021

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Why FG should pamper handling companies like airlines —SAHCO MD

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Why FG should pamper handling companies like airlines —SAHCO MD

THE Managing Director of Skyway Aviation Limited (SAHCO), Mr Basil Agboarumi has urged the federal government to give the same type of preferential treatments being enjoyed by the airline operators and other relevant aviation bodies to ground handling companies. Making this appeal during an interactive session with some aviation journalists, the SAHCO MD cited how
Why FG should pamper handling companies like airlines —SAHCO MD
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Sacrificing AfCFTA, ECOWAS on a platter of individualism

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Sacrificing AfCFTA, ECOWAS on a platter of individualism

NIGERIA’S government about two years ago signed the controversial African Continental Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), despite the criticisms that trailed it. Many opponents of the trade policy had then based their positions on the fact that other African countries mounting pressures on Nigeria to join the group were only doing so for their selfish gains. Key
Sacrificing AfCFTA, ECOWAS on a platter of individualism
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target=_blank rel=noopener>‘Improved access to basic medicines, food through organised retail setting is important for health’

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‘Improved access to basic medicines, food through organised retail setting is important for health’

A pharmacist, Mr Taofik Odukoya, says improving access to every day basic medicines, food items and veterinary needs through organised retail centres has become imperative in the improvement of health and productivity. Mr Odukoya, Chief Executive Officer, Vanguard Pharmacy Limited, who spoke at the opening of the group’s new shopping centre in Abeokuta, to create
‘Improved access to basic medicines, food through organised retail setting is important for health’
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target=_blank rel=noopener>UCH delivers first IVF triplets

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UCH delivers first IVF triplets

The University College Hospital, Ibadan, on Wednesday took delivery of  triplets of the first In Vitro Fertilisation carried out in the hospital. The procedure for the delivery commenced at about 1:00p.m. and it took about 46 minutes. The mother and the babies, all females, are in good condition. The babies weighed 1.4kg, 2.5kg and 2.4kg
UCH delivers first IVF triplets
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Healthcare givers free to access global funding with GAG rule repeal —PAI

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Healthcare givers free to access global funding with GAG rule repeal —PAI

Following the withdrawal of the Global Gap rule by President Joe Biden, groups and stakeholders into reproductive and sexual reproductive health have been urged to come forward to access global funding for supporting provision of comprehensive health services for women in Nigeria. Director, Policy and Advocacy at Population Action International (PAI,) Mr Jonathan Rucks, speaking
Healthcare givers free to access global funding with GAG rule repeal —PAI
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target=_blank rel=noopener>P&G, Oral B, health ministry partner to provide access to oral healthcare

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P&G, Oral B, health ministry partner to provide access to oral healthcare

In furtherance of its commitment to promoting oral health and hygiene, leading consumer goods company, Procter & Gamble (P&G) Nigeria, through its Oral-B brand, partnered with the Federal Ministry of Health to celebrate the World Oral Health Day. The partnership saw to an outreach in Jiwa community in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, to offer
P&G, Oral B, health ministry partner to provide access to oral healthcare
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target=_blank rel=noopener>One glass of red wine can increase your risk of irregular heartbeat —Experts

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One glass of red wine can increase your risk of irregular heartbeat —Experts

Many people always talk about taking ‘one glass of wine a day’ to protect the heart. In this report by SADE OGUNTOLA, experts say this shouldn’t be suggested without indicating that alcohol, albeit small, can increase a person’s risk of developing an abnormal heartbeat. Like it or not, alcohol is part of the fabric of
One glass of red wine can increase your risk of irregular heartbeat —Experts
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Kidnapping and closure of schools: Surest bomb for the destruction of Nigeria (3)

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Kidnapping and closure of schools: Surest bomb for the destruction of Nigeria (3)

IN the previous editions, I identified the incidence of incessant kidnappings in Nigeria and the consequent closure of schools. I have equally made copious references to the comments of some stakeholders as well as media reports on the spate of kidnappings in Nigeria which, unfortunately, has caught the attention of the world.  As I had
Kidnapping and closure of schools: Surest bomb for the destruction of Nigeria (3)
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Former MAPOLY rector laments poor teaching, learning system in Nigerian schools

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Former MAPOLY rector laments poor teaching, learning system in Nigerian schools

FORMER rector, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic(MAPOLY), Abeokuta, Mr Waheed Kadiri, has called on the Federal Government to review the teaching syllabus at the higher education level in the country to change the ‘poor’ narrative of the educational sector. Kadiri who made the appeal in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital last week, during a round table session,
Former MAPOLY rector laments poor teaching, learning system in Nigerian schools
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target=_blank rel=noopener>FAAN deliberates on policy framework to mitigate sexual harassment in universities

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FAAN deliberates on policy framework to mitigate sexual harassment in universities

MEMBERS of the Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria (FAAN), spread across tertiary institutions in the country and the government circle, recently converged on Bowen University campus, Iwo, Osun State to deliberate and develop an efficient policy framework that would address the increasing sexual harassment and drug abuse in Nigerian university communities. Speaking at the event,
FAAN deliberates on policy framework to mitigate sexual harassment in universities
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