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Start Your Day Right with Topnaija’s Morning Roundup. Get the latest news headlines from Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, May 30, 2024, exclusively on Stay informed with the latest in local and global news.

Google introduces “minimized custom tabs” to enhance Chrome browser experience

Google is rolling out a major update to its Chrome browser, introducing a “Minimized Custom Tabs” feature to improve user experience.

This new feature is expected to allow users to switch between a native app and web content with a simple tap, turning the Custom Tab into a small, picture-in-picture window that floats above the app content. Read more here.

VIDEO: Rights activist Ozekhome welcomes return to old National Anthem, calls for change of name Nigeria, flag

President Bola Tinubu signed the National Anthem Bill 2024 into law on Wednesday, reinstating Nigeria’s old national anthem, “Nigeria, We Hail Thee.”

The decision was approved by rights activist and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Prof. Mike Ozekhome, who described the change as a welcome and long-overdue development. Read more here.

Umo Eno’s Leadership Model worthy of emulation – Arewa Journalists Forum

The Arewa Journalists Forum has described Governor Umo Eno’s leadership model in Akwa Ibom State in the last one year as one worth emulating.

The Forum upheld this position in a Press briefing on May 28, 2024, where they passed a Vote of Confidence on Governor Umo Eno. Read more here.

National anthem: “It will return our lost glory” — Philip Agbese

Philip Agbese, Deputy Spokesman of the House of Representatives, has expressed strong support for the reintroduction of Nigeria’s old national anthem, asserting that it will play a pivotal role in restoring the nation’s lost glory.

Agbese made these remarks while speaking to journalists following President Bola Tinubu’s visit to the National Assembly. Read more here.

“Why Abia will be the first” — Alex Otti

Abia State Governor, Alex Otti, has committed to making his administration one of the first to implement the new national minimum wage once it is established. This assurance was part of his speech marking his first anniversary in office on Wednesday.

Governor Alex Otti emphasized his administration’s dedication to maintaining financial commitments to both workers and senior citizens. He acknowledged the patience and sacrifices of the state’s workforce, assuring them that their efforts are recognized and valued. Read more here.

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