Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Friday 30th September 2022

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Friday 30th September 2022

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Nigeria @ 62 Streaming Nigerian music and how Afrobeats is winning globally

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Nigeria @ 62 Streaming Nigerian music and how Afrobeats is winning globally

ROTIMI IGE and Mayorkun Owojuyigbe in this report, chronicle the rise of Afrobeats and how streaming platforms have ensured its global reach and acceptance, with attendant revenue increase for stakeholders. Hundred years after Reverend Josiah Ransome-Kuti first attempted to popularise Nigerian music on London soil in 1922, Nigerian music has taken on a global reckoning
Nigeria @ 62 Streaming Nigerian music and how Afrobeats is winning globally
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Langtang North chairman accuses gov for withholding workers’ salary arrears

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Langtang North chairman accuses gov for withholding workers’ salary arrears

Chairman of Langtang North Local Government Area of Plateau State, Joshua Ubandoma Laven, has accused Governor Simon Làlong of withholding five months salary arrears of the local government workers. Laven, at a press conference held at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) secretariat in Jos on Wednesday, told newsmen that though he has accepted to sacrifice
Langtang North chairman accuses gov for withholding workers’ salary arrears
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Ajoni LCDA boss lauds group for donating building to school

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Ajoni LCDA boss lauds group for donating building to school

The chairman of Ajoni Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Michael Ogungbemi, has commended the United States of America-based non-government organisation, Build a School Initiative in Africa (BASIA) for donating a building facility to Saint Stephen’s Primary School, Ayebode-Ekiti in Ekiti State, hosting pupils displaced by bandits. The pupils were last year displaced from the town
Ajoni LCDA boss lauds group for donating building to school
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Council chairman warns against indiscriminate dumping of refuse

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Council chairman warns against indiscriminate dumping of refuse

Chairman of Sapele Local Government Area of Delta State, Eugene Inoaghan, has warned residents against indiscriminate dumping of refuse in drainages and canals across the Sapele metropolis. The warning followed a midnight torrential rain that led to flooding in Sapele recently, forcing some residents out of their homes. Residents of Crudas road, Yoruba Road Extension,
Council chairman warns against indiscriminate dumping of refuse
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20 local govt areas to get transformers in Ogun

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20 local govt areas to get transformers in Ogun

The Ogun State government has identified communities across the 20 local government areas of the state in need of transformers for immediate distribution, installation and energisation, saying the essential duty of government is to provide the communities with basic amenities. Commissioner for Community Development and Cooperatives, Abayomi Hunye made this known during a meeting with
20 local govt areas to get transformers in Ogun
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2023: Itire-Ikate LCDA holds intercessory prayers for Nigeria

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2023: Itire-Ikate LCDA holds intercessory prayers for Nigeria

As candidates of political parties officially kick-started campaigns for the 2023 general election on Wednesday, chairman of Itire-Ikate Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Dr Ahmed Apatira, has organised intercessory prayers for a peaceful conduct of the electoral process and successful transition. In his opening remarks at the session with the theme “Heal our nation”, the
2023: Itire-Ikate LCDA holds intercessory prayers for Nigeria
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Kanam council raises the alarm over food security

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Kanam council raises the alarm over food security

The chairman of Kanam Local Government Area of Plateau State, Dayyabu Garaga, has raised the alarm that the council might experience shortage of food supply due to the attack on farmers and other related crimes. Garaga told newsmen in Jos, the Plateau State capital, that aside from the major attacks that killed about 200 people,
Kanam council raises the alarm over food security
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Uvwie council’s health officers kick-off Environmental Day

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Uvwie council’s health officers kick-off Environmental Day

CHAIRMAN, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State, Ramson Onoyake, has put measures in place to ensure a successful Environmental Health Day which commenced on Monday September 26. At the kick-off ceremony held in the local government secretariat, the council boss, who was represented by the Secretary of the Local Government, Margaret Obiku, disclosed that
Uvwie council’s health officers kick-off Environmental Day
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Maigari of Lokoja buried

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Maigari of Lokoja buried

THE paramount ruler of Lokoja/ Maigari of Lokoja, Alhaji (Dr) Muhammad Kabir Maikarfi, who died in Abuja on Wednesday at the age of 80, has been buried according to Islamic rites. Eminent people, including politicians, traditional rulers, Islamic clerics, government officials and other  stakeholders  within and outside the state,  witnessed the burial which took place
Maigari of Lokoja buried
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Sapele LG chair begins repair of Warri-Benin highway

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Sapele LG chair begins repair of Warri-Benin highway

Chairman of Sapele Local Government Area of Delta State, Eugene Okpe Inoaghan, has commenced repairs on the bad portions of Warri-Sapele road. This is coming on the heels of several complaints by road users of the hardship they face when plying the route. In the past weeks heavy trucks had been stocked on the gullies,
Sapele LG chair begins repair of Warri-Benin highway
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