Beware of Easy Desperate Women.

You are here: Home / News / Beware of Easy Desperate Women. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) All around you there are beautiful women. Desperate women who are too broke to pay attention or who have  low self-esteem. Women who are willing to sleep with you after 1 dinner, after an intimate phone conversation or even after a little social media sexting. Brothers beware. And while many of them may pretend or may not look like the description I just gave, they are broke, lonely, desperate…

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Top Ten News Items On Health, 7th September 2019

Quality investment in nutrition can save 3.7m lives by 2025 – WHO. The Nigeria Centre For Disease Control Responds To Cases Of Yellow Fever In Bauchi State. Financial Predicament Cause of Maternal Mortality, Bauchi Health Agency Laments. How $11m allocation for reproductive health got missing in 2019 budget’. Improving Funding For Effective Health Coverage. How Poor Funding is Killing Nigeria’s Health Sector. Ogun govt. approves recruitment of doctors for OOUTH. Kidnapped medical director of top Nigerian hospital released. NHIS Develops Roadmap To Rebrand Scheme. Addressing unmet health needs of conflict-affected…

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Isaiah Washington Compares Black People Who Don’t Worship Trump To Crack Addicts

One of the rules dictating when a struggling celebrity decides to worship Donald Trump is they must immediately demean Black folks who don’t support white supremacy. That is the latest role that out of work Isaiah Washington has been playing. READ MORE: Isaiah Washington Attacking Obama And Praising Trump Washington — who voted for Barack Obama twice and was once a Jill Stein supporter — recently “came out” as a Trump supporter. After people started calling him out for supporting the racist-in-chief, he responded on his social media channels. “I…

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S.Africa’s rand rallies as U.S. payroll data disappoints, stocks inch up

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s rand rallied more than one percent on Friday to a new one month high with momentum reignited by a subdued jobs report from the United States that dragged down the dollar. South African bank notes featuring images of former South African President Nelson Mandela (R) are displayed next to the American dollar notes in this photo illustration in Johannesburg REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko At 1515 GMT the rand was 1.06% firmer at 14.7275 per dollar, its best since Aug. 2, from an overnight close of 14.8850. The…

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The Africanisation and decolonisation of higher education: Progress and challenges

Introductory remarks Notwithstanding the tragic reality that we, as Africans continue to measure time and the movement of history through the civilisational lens of our colonisers, let me start by stating the obvious: this convention takes place within the month of July. A month that signifies a number of important moments in African history and more particularly, the history of anti-colonial resistance. As we know, the 18th of this month of July marked the 101st anniversary of the birth of the prime mover for the establishment of the armed wing…

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Kano, society on family health spend N14.2 billion to procure 8.4million mosquito net

The campaign manager for Society on Family Health, Mr John Ocholi, has disclosed in Kano, that over N14.2 billion has so far been spent on the procurement of 8.4m mosquito treated nets for distribution to the 44 Local Government Areas of Kano State to curtail malaria Scourge in the state. Ocholi, and his team who were in the ancient of Kano on an advocacy campaign, to enlighten the Kano people on the advantage of using  mosquito treated nets, said the project was in conjunction with the Kano State government, as …

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Mugabe is gone. But Mugabe already was gone, and yet remains

Robert Mugabe has died, and Zimbabwe is planning a historic funeral to mark the passing of the man both honored and loathed by his nation. World leaders – from Nigeria and Kenya, Venezuela and the United States and China – responded to the news with their condolences. His Zanu PF loyalists hailed Mugabe as the nation’s founder, while his detractors spoke somewhere along a continuum of tactful diplomacy to fiery defiance. Media outlets tried to capture the moment for them all. Yet when it comes to Zimbabwe’s future, the news…

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