Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Saturday 25th September 2021

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Saturday 25th September 2021

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Hip replacement surgery

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Hip replacement surgery

I took my 70-year old father who has been complaining of severe pains in his right hip which has made it difficult for him to walk to see the doctor. The doctor suggested a Hip Replacement Surgery for him but the family is worried if he can stand the strain of the operation. Anieke (by
Hip replacement surgery
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target=_blank rel=noopener>I caught my husband in my sister in-law’s bedroom —Wife

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I caught my husband in my sister in-law’s bedroom —Wife

The marriage between a Ndola man and his wife has been dissolved after his wife caught him in the bedroom of his late brother’s widow. According to Zambian Observer, Ketty Mfune, 24, sued Samuel Siwale, 32, for divorce in the Chipulukusu Local Court, Zambia,  for allegedly cheating on her with her sisterin-law. She said after
I caught my husband in my sister in-law’s bedroom —Wife
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Why I dumped banking for photography —Badejo

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Why I dumped banking for photography —Badejo

Victor Badejo, a.k.a. Majesty, is a graduate of the Ogun State University (now Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye) and a former banker. He speaks to SEGUN ADEEKO on his decision to jettison ‘lucrative’ banking and embrace his dream profession, photography.   Banking is generally believed to be a lucrative job, but you left it for photography.
Why I dumped banking for photography —Badejo
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target=_blank rel=noopener>She was born during COVID, spent her first 18 days in ICU

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She was born during COVID, spent her first 18 days in ICU

Janice Ona Odobo is a one-year-old infant, who after surviving severe jaundice at birth, now needs a Cochlear implant to overcome the hearing loss the disease has caused her. Her mother speaks with IMOLEAYO OYEDEYI on the help the family needs from Nigerians to save her life.   Can you explain what exactly has happened
She was born during COVID, spent her first 18 days in ICU
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Iluebbey: Remembering a distinguished technocrat

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Iluebbey: Remembering a distinguished technocrat

The death of Chief James ILUEBBEY greatly decimated the declining strength of Nigerian patriots. He held his head high far beyond his colleagues as the highest and finest example of decency in the Public Service. He was outstanding as one of the best informed minds and brightest brains among Senior Civil Servants in the then
Iluebbey: Remembering a distinguished technocrat
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Maritime security: Strategic turnaround reviewed

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Maritime security: Strategic turnaround reviewed

The threat of modern-day maritime piracy has become routinely associated with Africa more than with any other continent. Much of this notoriety can be traced back to the peak of the unprecedented crisis stemming from Somalia between 2008 and 2012, during which hundreds of attacks on ships were reported in the Gulf of Aden and
Maritime security: Strategic turnaround reviewed
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Putting me in same company with Mabogunje, Mazrui, Ade Ajayi is awesome —Prof. Oyewumi, 2021 Winner of Africanist Award

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Putting me in same company with Mabogunje, Mazrui, Ade Ajayi is awesome —Prof. Oyewumi, 2021 Winner of Africanist Award

Professor Oyeronke Oyewumi, a United States-based Nigerian scholar, has been selected by the African Studies Association as the winner of its 2021 Distinguished Africanist Award. Ms Oyewumi, the daughter of the Soun of Ogbomoso, a paramount ruler in Oyo State, is the first African woman to win the award since its inception. The professor of
Putting me in same company with Mabogunje, Mazrui, Ade Ajayi is awesome —Prof. Oyewumi, 2021 Winner of Africanist Award
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target=_blank rel=noopener>My wife stole my N50,000, swore I would die —Man

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My wife stole my N50,000, swore I would die —Man

The relationship between a couple, Adenike Afeez  and Salam Afeez was recently brought to an end by  Oja Oba/ Mapo Court C Customary Court, Mapo, Ibadan, Oyo State. Adenike, who dragged her husband to court alleged that he passed his responsibility to her. The plaintiff stated that the defendant knew nothing about her day to
My wife stole my N50,000, swore I would die —Man
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target=_blank rel=noopener>My wife, mother in-law employed herbalist to destroy our marriage —Husband

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My wife, mother in-law employed herbalist to destroy our marriage —Husband

The wedlock between a couple, Latifat Afolabi and Muyideen Afolabi, was recently dissolved by Oja Oba/ Mapo Court C Customary Court, Mapo, Ibadan, Oyo State. Latifat, who brought a divorce suit against her husband, stated that he showed her and their children no affection or care. According to Latifat, Muyideen fails to be alive to
My wife, mother in-law employed herbalist to destroy our marriage —Husband
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target=_blank rel=noopener>Adamu Adamu, ASUU must not strike again!

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Adamu Adamu, ASUU must not strike again!

NIGERIA is once again sloppily sleepwalking into yet another avoidably stultifying and potentially long-drawn-out ASUU strike that will snap the life out of what remains of our public universities, crush the hopes of hundreds of thousands of young people, and heighten social tensions in an already volatile country. For many months, the Academic Staff Union
Adamu Adamu, ASUU must not strike again!
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