Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 8th June 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Tuesday 8th June 2021

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Reps probe NPA over utilisation of $18m insurance fund

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Reps probe NPA over utilisation of $18m insurance fund

The House of Representatives has reiterated its resolve towards ensuring accountability of $18 million insurance fund by the management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA). Chairman, House Committee on Insurance and Actuarial Matters, Hon Darlington Nwokocha, who disclosed this during a chat with Tribune Online, expressed the need for Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency
Reps probe NPA over utilisation of $18m insurance fund
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Twitter ban may run us bankrupt —Entrepreneurs

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Twitter ban may run us bankrupt —Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs across the country have decried the Federal Government’s suspension of the microblogging site, Twitter, in Nigeria, saying that their businesses are already on the line and they may go bankrupt soon.  The ban means that entrepreneurs who utilise the platform to advertise their businesses to old and prospective customers would have to stop and
Twitter ban may run us bankrupt —Entrepreneurs
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target=_blank rel=noopener>NSPRI trains 80 ADP staff on post harvest management

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NSPRI trains 80 ADP staff on post harvest management

EIGHTY staff of the Agricultural Development Projects (ADP) selected from states in the South West and North Central geopolitical zones of the country have been trained on technological innovation in post harvest management. Speaking during opening of the five- day training programme by the Nigerian Stored Products Research Institute (NSPRI) Ilorin, the executive director of
NSPRI trains 80 ADP staff on post harvest management
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target=_blank rel=noopener>IGP suspends tinted windscreen permits, says roadblocks remain prohibited

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IGP suspends tinted windscreen permits, says roadblocks remain prohibited

Worried by the worsening security situation in the country, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba on Monday, ordered the immediate suspension of further issuance of SPY number plates and tinted glass permits due to abuses associated with their use across the country.  The IGP who gave the directive in Abuja while speaking
IGP suspends tinted windscreen permits, says roadblocks remain prohibited
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Africa gravitating towards becoming global hub for agritech

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Africa gravitating towards becoming global hub for agritech

AFRICA’S agricultural sector is set for exponential growth in the coming decade, research commissioned by Microsoft and compiled by Africa Practice reveal have revealed. A statement by Microsoft said with a projected value of $1trillion by 2030, the continent is poised to become the global centre of agritech solutions and has also seen rapid growth
Africa gravitating towards becoming global hub for agritech
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target=_blank rel=noopener>#Twitterban: Nigerians must have free access to self expression, US envoy insists

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#Twitterban: Nigerians must have free access to self expression, US envoy insists

AMBASSADOR of the United States to Nigeria, Mary Leonard, on Monday, said at this critical time in Nigeria, free access to self expression is very important, as she reiterated the earlier position of the United States against the Twitter ban by the Nigerian government.  Speaking at the end of a closed-door meeting, the Minister of
#Twitterban: Nigerians must have free access to self expression, US envoy insists
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target=_blank rel=noopener>On increase in Kaduna university tuition fees

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On increase in Kaduna university tuition fees

I want to start this letter by telling the governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir Ahmed El- Rufai that the recent increase in tuition  fees of all the students of Kaduna State University is bothersome. As a non-indigene in a state university in Nigeria at one time, I understand the plight of the students because
On increase in Kaduna university tuition fees
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target=_blank rel=noopener>NHP: Fashola secures approvals for disposal of 4,652 housing units

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NHP: Fashola secures approvals for disposal of 4,652 housing units

For most Nigerians seeking affordable homes of their own, the Federal Government via the Ministry of Works and Housing, said it has completed 4,652 housing units of various categories across 34 states of the federation under its national housing programme, and as well granted final approval for their disposal. Dayo Ayeyemi reports. If we go
NHP: Fashola secures approvals for disposal of 4,652 housing units
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Experts to FMBN: Be focused, leave taxation of unoccupied houses to FIRS

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Experts to FMBN: Be focused, leave taxation of unoccupied houses to FIRS

Following the rumour making the round that the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria is contemplating taxation of unoccupied houses adorning major streets in Abuja and Lagos State, real estate and mortgage finance experts in the private sector have warned the bank to focus on its core duty of mortgage provision for home ownership among Nigerians.
Experts to FMBN: Be focused, leave taxation of unoccupied houses to FIRS
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target=_blank rel=noopener>NALDA: One year of rural agricultural development

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NALDA: One year of rural agricultural development

ON 1st June 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari resuscitated the National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA) and domiciled it under his supervision as contained in the Act that establishes NALDA. President Buhari subsequently appointed Prince Paul Ikonne as Executive Secretary/CEO with a mandate of identifying NALDA lands and farm estates across the country and reactivate them
NALDA: One year of rural agricultural development
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