Photo Credit: BBC News has emerged from the camp of the Peoples Democratic Party that the Northern caucus is not happy with the decision to zone the party's Chairmanship slot to the North. According to a report in Tribune Newspaper, some of the Northern PDP bigwigs are now making a last-minute effort to force the party to change the zoning plan to the South, in order to favour a Northern candidate emerging as the party's flagbearer in 2023.
Photo Credit: BBC Having failed in its bid to compel the Peoples Democratic Party NEC to reject the controversial Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi led Zoning Committee report, which zoned the office of the PDP chairman to the North, the Northern caucus of the PDP has started restrategizing ahead of the presidential ticket race.
According to a news that was published by Tribune Newspaper today, it has been alleged that the Bauchi State Police Command has successfully arrested three suspects, who forcefully took turns on an innocent girl after they chased her and her friends. According to the narration that was given by the suspects, it was made known that the eldest among them, Mamman Jauro (15 years of age ) who happens to be the mastermind of the event said that, they were rearing cattle inside the bush when he saw the victim and
According to a report on Tribune Newspaper on 10th October 2021 which stated that the University of Ilorin will hold its 36th Convocation Ceremony from 15th to 23rd of October 2021. The University's Director of Corporate Affairs in his statement said that only first-class degree graduates, prize winners, and Doctoral Awardees are allowed to attend the ceremony while others will be barred from attending.
According to a news that was posted by Tribune Newspaper this morning, it has been alleged that a 44 year-old woman, Rebecca, has begged the Igando Customary Court to dissolve her 15 years old marriage to her former husband, Yusuf Adeniyi who is 47 years of age. According to what Rebecca said, she made it known that she caught her husband and a married woman together in their matrimonial bed and due to that, she shouted and tore woman's clothes. Her husband however begged her not to expose the woman but she
A Nigerian woman has dragged her husband to a Mapo customary in Ibadan after she alleged that the husband left the job of taking care of the family on her shoulder. According to a story shared by Tribune Newspaper, the woman identified as Funmilayo Adedapo sued her husband to court over allegations of deceit, irresponsibility and lack of care by the husband. Funmi narrated that she met her husband through social media and initially, he presented himself as a gentle and employed man. But after getting married
Ex-Big Brother Naija housemate and winner of the season 5 lockdown edition, Laycon has reached yet another milestone in his career as his interview headlines Tribune Newspaper. Recall his interview where he told the host that they should stop asking him questions related to Big brother Naija and they should focus on what's really going on in the SARS task Force. He indeed has unmerited grace written all over him. Today he would be visiting Ogun state as Ogun youths welcome Laycon trends at number spot on Twitter.
It is interesting that the terminal classes, primary 6, JSS 3 and SSS 3 have resumed in Oyo State in preparation for their promotional examinations. These ones have started taking precautions as spelt out by the government. However, schools in many states have not resumed. SEGUN KASALI spoke with some students in Lagos State on what their first day in school would be like after COVID- 19 break. 55 more words - Tribune Newspaper Kano state Public Complaints and Anti Corruption Commission has launched an investigation
Good morning, today I will show you the front page headlines of the tribune. Headline 1. Budget FG spends N1.57 trillion on debt servicing, N1.61 trillion on personnel, pension. You will read about this inside the story on Tribune Newspaper page 6 -Release 1 trillion for capital project. -Proposes $40 oil benchmark for 2021 fiscal year. -As finance Minister warns of possible recession. 2. Unilag crisis worsens, sacked VC goes to court. - page 5. 3. Boko haram terrorists now recruiting child soldiers, says MNJTF
Jamie Vardy had put the visitors ahead with his 23rd goal of the season and Leicester looked in control. - Punch Newspaper “My involvement in that political process ended after the elections of 2011.”- Dasuki denies campaigning for Buhari while working for Jonathan - Punch Newspaper The recent happenings in the society today makes Daughters who walk this path a very important addition to the already screaming voices that want to see the social change from the culture of injustice, rape, police brutality,
Meet Oluwabuyi:The Cleric Who Believed Clapping And Dancing In Church Is Devil Medium Of Causing Havoc.
Meet cleric Oluwabuyi Adeniyi Of Holy Flock of Christ life Church ..... located in Ibadan Oyo state. He disclosed in an exclusive interview with Tribune Newspaper ....that his church which started 80years ago does not engage in clapping and dancing, offering and tithe. He further made it known that.., as member are expressing joy via clapping and dancing , Satan the devil will use such medium to do otherwise. Their system of worship is simple.....sing, read lessons,listen to sermon and go home. He further clarified
More than 200 students, staff test positive for COVID-19 in South Africa The province's health department announced the outbreak at Makaula Senior Secondary School in the rural town of KwaBhaca, where 204 students and staff members were found infected with the virus. - Vanguard Newspaper NCDC has announced 452 new cases of Covid-19 in Nigeria. Total cases have now exceeded 21,000 threshold with 7,338 recoveries and 533 deaths. Lagos continues to take its place as the epicentre of the disease with 9073 cases