Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 24th November 2022

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 24th November 2022

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Men should be allowed to cry when emotional — Expert

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Men should be allowed to cry when emotional — Expert

A psychiatrist, Dr Jolomi Ikomi says men should be allowed to cry when passing through a bad phase to prevent the build-up of negative emotions that can predispose to many mental health problems, including depression, anxiety and suicide. Dr Ikomi, who spoke at the virtual November edition of the Interactive Monthly Community Engagement (IMCE) series
Men should be allowed to cry when emotional — Expert
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Oyo: 285,651 children benefit from seasonal malaria prevention intervention

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Oyo: 285,651 children benefit from seasonal malaria prevention intervention

State government in collaboration with the Malaria Consortium has provided 285, 657 children, aged 3 to 59 months, with medicines for malaria prevention between June and October in its seasonal malaria prevention intervention that targets children at peak periods of malaria transmission in the state. The National Malaria Strategic plan indicates that seasonal malaria transmission
Oyo: 285,651 children benefit from seasonal malaria prevention intervention
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How we made it to COP27: African youths share their experiences

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How we made it to COP27: African youths share their experiences

For the first time, at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP27) in Sharm El Shiekh, Egypt, children and youth had a pavilion of their own. The provision of a dedicated pavilion was a positive development in the recognition of this group of society in the climate change story. It was also
How we made it to COP27: African youths share their experiences
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Tuberculosis, a plague devastating Gombe

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Tuberculosis, a plague devastating Gombe

Gombe State has had over 130 cases of tuberculosis (TB) since January, 2020, which cut across men, women and children of all ages. A total of 1.5 million people died from TB in 2020 (including 214 000 people with HIV). Worldwide, TB is the 13th leading cause of death. The state has neglected this agent
Tuberculosis, a plague devastating Gombe
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Bankers and ‘japa’ syndrome

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Bankers and ‘japa’ syndrome

It is commonly said that where two elephants engage in battle, the green grass under them will definitely suffer a lot. The incessant relocation of workers in Nigerian banks to foreign countries in the quest for greener pastures has caused serious setbacks in the banking sector in recent times. Apparently, there is some deficiency  in
Bankers and ‘japa’ syndrome
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Securing museum objects

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Securing museum objects

A museum is a not-for-profit, permanent institution in the service of society that researches, collects, conserves interprets and exhibits tangible and intangible heritage. Open to the public, accessible and inclusive, museums foster diversity and sustainability. They operate and communicate ethically, professionally and with the participation of communities, offering varied experiences for education, enjoyment, reflection and
Securing museum objects
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Can men experience depression?

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Can men experience depression?

Growing up, all through early schooling and through his university days, 26-year-old Bassey Ekpo has always been a friendly, outgoing person, who was always popular and made everyone else laugh at his jokes and happy-go-lucky attitude to life. He was brilliant and meticulous with his work and frequently offered to help his colleagues with their
Can men experience depression?
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Shun strike as tool for pressing home demands, Buhari charges ASUU

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Shun strike as tool for pressing home demands, Buhari charges ASUU

President Muhamadu Buhari has charged trade unions, especially ASUU to shun the weapon of strike action as a tool for pressing home demands. He said “strike actions only compound the already poor state of our education sector and erode the national and international reputation of our public universities.” President Buhari, who stated this in his
Shun strike as tool for pressing home demands, Buhari charges ASUU
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ISI lays foundation for N440m Science Centre

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ISI lays foundation for N440m Science Centre

Wife of the vice president, Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo has laid the foundation of the N440 million worth Alumni Science Centre of the Ibadan International School Ibadan (ISI), an initiative of the alumni association of the school. Mrs Osinbajo who graduated from the school some 40 years ago performed the official assignment alongside the Ogun State
ISI lays foundation for N440m Science Centre
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Ibadan Poly registry staff charged on effective administration, healthy working relationship

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Ibadan Poly registry staff charged on effective administration, healthy working relationship

Members of the registry of The Polytechnic Ibadan (TPI) have been enjoined to develop fresh zeal and passion towards their job as this will shape their attitude to work. Giving the charge was the registrar of the institution, Mrs Modupe Theresa Fawale, at the a one-day registry seminar organised  by the registry department of the
Ibadan Poly registry staff charged on effective administration, healthy working relationship
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