Tribune News Headlines Today [Wed-12-Dec-2018]

Tribune News Headlines Today [Wed-12-Dec-2018]

Tribune News Headlines Today

[Wed-12-Dec-2018]


  • ICC: International Human Rights group cautions against obstruction of anti-terror war in Nigeria
  • Ambode, Shettima meet aggrieved S/West APC members in Ibadan
  • 2019: SDP formally pulls out of CUPP
  • Loko-Oweto N51.6bn bridge now at completion stage 'Fashola
  • Ondo Election: APC, Akeredolu oppose Abraham's first witness in court
  • My grouse with Ajimobi ' Akintola
  • All political parties, presidential candidates invited to peace accord ' Abdulsalami Abubakar
  • Electoral Act: Uproar at House of Reps over Buhari's letter
  • 2019: Buhari signs peace accord
  • Fayose's ex-appointees defect to APC
  • Senate in rowdy session over EFCC board membership nominees
  • GPN will slug it out with APC in Zamfara 'Danmasani
  • N30, 000 minimum wage for workers not enough ' Zamfara PPN candidate
  • Human trafficking: NAPTIP boss seeks more support from Nigerians
  • Large proportion of Nigerian roads in poor condition 'FG
  • Cross River inaugurates gender-based prevention and response centre
  • Urhobo Day: Fanfare, as UPU leader laments disunity among Urhobos
  • Investment in education remains key on priority 'FCT minister
  • Royal rumble as Plateau APC, PDP battle for senatorial seats
  • On the 2018 Nobel Prize for literature
  • Significance of Atiku's candidacy
  • EchoStone to deliver 50,000 housing units in Lagos, begins 250 Idele scheme in Badagry
  • How we will tackle urbanisation challenges in Lagos ' Sanwoolu
  • Congress party concedes victory to Modi's BJP
  • Times magazine names Khashoggi, persecuted journalists 'person of the year
  • Serbia court sentences drug lord to 15 years in prison
  • Nine killed in DRC eastern region of Beni
  • Thailand's electoral commission sets February 24 poll date
  • Macron promises minimum wage increase
  • Boomplay boss, Oye Akideinde, predicts big 2019 for blockchain technology
  • Intra African trade fair targets $25bn in trade deals in 7 days

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