Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Sunday 5th November 2023

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Sunday 5th November 2023

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Sunday 5th November 2023

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today and news Dailies Update on current affairs happening now in Nigeria today 05/11/23

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Bauchi: TETFund completes, commissions N873.67m projects at ATBU, ATAP

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Bauchi: TETFund completes, commissions N873.67m projects at ATBU, ATAP
The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) has completed and commissioned six projects worth N873,666,895.02 at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) and Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic (ATAP), all in Bauchi. Speaking at the commissioning ceremonies held at the Gubi Campus of ATBU and the Wunti Dada Campus of ATAP on Saturday, the Executive Secretary of TETFund,
Bauchi: TETFund completes, commissions N873.67m projects at ATBU, ATAP
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Bandits kill five, injure four in Sokoto

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Bandits kill five, injure four in Sokoto
The Nigerian Police Force Sokoto State command has confirmed bandits attacked Duhuwa town, in the Wurno local government area of the state killing at least five people while four others were injured. The spokesman of the police in the state, ASP Ahmad Rufa’i, while speaking with Tribune Online on telephone confirmed the incident and said
Bandits kill five, injure four in Sokoto
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As an actor, there is a price to pay for success —GIDA Bless

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As an actor, there is a price to pay for success —GIDA Bless
From being a fan of movie making and watching some of his idols breathing life into scripts, actor, Dauda Sulaimon also known as GIDA Bless, is inspired to keep giving his best to the silver screen by approaching every role with grit. In this interview with SEGUN ADEBAYO, he speaks about his career.   You
As an actor, there is a price to pay for success —GIDA Bless
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Auxiliary nursing: Danger waiting to happen?

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Auxiliary nursing: Danger waiting to happen?
FUNMILAYO AREMU-OLAYEMI examines the concept of auxiliary nursing, its functions in a healthcare system, the difficulties other medical professionals encounter while working with them, among other issues. Solape (not real name) held her stomach, screaming and writhing in pain in her bed. Her boyfriend, Kolade, paced the length of the room, anxiously waiting for a
Auxiliary nursing: Danger waiting to happen?
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Issues as Kogi, Bayelsa, Imo elect governors on Saturday

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Issues as Kogi, Bayelsa, Imo elect governors on Saturday
It’s yet another off-season election as the people of Kogi, Bayelsa, and Imo go to polls on Saturday, November 11 to elect governors for their states. General Editor, TAIWO ADISA, examines the issues affecting the elections. This time next Sunday, the horizon in Kogi, Bayelsa, and Imo States will be buzzing with election activities. People
Issues as Kogi, Bayelsa, Imo elect governors on Saturday
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16 years after, non-implementation of Uwais Committee’s report still haunting our electoral system —Ajayi

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16 years after, non-implementation of Uwais Committee’s report still haunting our electoral system —Ajayi
In 2007, the administration of late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua constituted an electoral reform committee spearheaded by former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Muhammadu Uwais. In this interview with IMOLEAYO OYEDEYI, a professor of Political Science at the Federal University, Lokoja, Kogi State, Rotimi Ajayi, who has participated in successive elections held in the country since
16 years after, non-implementation of Uwais Committee’s report still haunting our electoral system —Ajayi
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Why INEC has never been truly independent —Aduwo

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Why INEC has never been truly independent —Aduwo
Mr Olufemi Aduwo is the Permanent Representative of Centre for Convention on Democratic Integrity (CCDI) to ECOSOC /United Nations and Chairman, CSO-African Countries Group of World Bank, Civil Society Policy Forum (CSPF). He speaks with IMOLEAYO OYEDEYI on the state of the Nigerian electoral system and what has been affecting the independence of the electoral
Why INEC has never been truly independent —Aduwo
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Appeal Court sacks Senate Minority Whip, Nwokocha

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Appeal Court sacks Senate Minority Whip, Nwokocha
In a turn of events on Saturday, the Court of Appeal sitting in Lagos sacked Minority Whip Senator Darlington Nwokocha. Nwokocha, Tribune Online learned, represents Abia Central in the red chamber of the National Assembly on the platform of the Labour Party (LP), Appeal Court declared the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Col
Appeal Court sacks Senate Minority Whip, Nwokocha
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Senator Natasha pays condolence visit to family of late Ohinoyi

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Senator Natasha pays condolence visit to family of late Ohinoyi
It was a carnival of love as Senator Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan, lawmaker representing Kogi Central, on Saturday, paid a condolence visit to family of late Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, His Royal Majesty, Dr Ado Ibrahim. While addressing sympathisers at the Palace of the late Ohinoyi, in Okene, Sen. Akpoti-Uduaghan noted the former was a greater lover of
Senator Natasha pays condolence visit to family of late Ohinoyi
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Why I was not part of Big Brother All Stars —Tobi Bakre

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Why I was not part of Big Brother All Stars —Tobi Bakre
Former Big Brother Naija star, Tobi Bakre has said he didn’t regret not being part of the Big Brother Naija All Stars edition, noting that his engagements at the time he was called didn’t allow him join other reality stars to be part of the show. Tobi who has gone from being a reality star
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