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Kyrie Irving To Critics Of His Choice To Not Get Vaccinated: ‘They Will Never Say It To My Face’ (Video)

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Kyrie Irving broke his silence Wednesday night as he continues to make headlines for his decision to not get vaccinated.

Kyrie is losing hundreds of thousands of dollars per game and to fill you in on what’s stopping the bag, while the NBA doesn’t have a policy mandating players to get the vaccine, teams in cities including New York City and San Francisco are subject to mandates enforced by municipal law.

In other words, anyone playing for a team in those cities has to be vaccinated or they can’t play home games at their arenas.

Kyrie Irving’s choice to not get vaccinated prevents him from practicing or playing with his team. He’s reportedly losing an estimated $381,000 for every game he doesn’t play with the Nets.

Many people have debated Kyrie’s position, including sports analysts and TV hosts such as Stephen A. Smith, but Kyrie had yet to publicly address his stance.

Then on Wednesday night, Kyrie seemed to have had enough of the backlash. He unloaded for nearly 30 minutes on Instagram Live, explaining his decision to remain unvaccinated and questioning the need for all the criticism when it’s his choice and his body.

“I chose to be unvaccinated, and that was my choice. And I would ask y’all just to respect that choice, and I am gonna just continue to stay in shape, be ready to play, be ready to rock out with my teammates, and just be part of this whole thing,” Kyrie said, adding that he has no plans to retire despite some rumors that were brewing Wednesday.

Then Kyrie seemingly took a shot at Stephen A. Smith, who said that Kyrie was acting “flat-out stupid.”

“To continue to play with my name, you know to continue to play with my image, to continue to paint me in a certain type of way without me speaking, these dudes are puppets!” Kyrie exclaimed. “…They calling me unintelligent, calling me all these different types of names and they will never say it to my face.”

You can watch a portion of Kyrie’s live below:

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Boy who gave captivating campaign speech loses election as another pupil is elected Head Boy

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A primary school pupil who went viral for giving a captivating campaign speech as he vied for the position of Head Boy, has lost the election.

The eloquent student who attends a primary school in Osogbo, Osun state gave a powerful speech that impressed teachers and parents.

However, his moving manifesto was enough to help him clinch the position as his fellow students elected a boy who is “more sociable”.

The little eloquent boy was consoled with the position of Assistant Head Boy.

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70% Of Nigerian Women Are Likely To Leave Their Jobs – Report

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Jobberman Nigeria has said 70 percent of women are likely to leave their current jobs, 24 percent are yet to make up their minds while only six percent are happy to remain. Jobs Nigerian women do

According to Jobberman Nigeria’s Employee Satisfaction Report, 65 percent of men are likely to leave their current jobs, 28 percent are not sure and only seven percent are happy to remain.
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The report says both men and women posed a high flight risk, which could mean they are in search of higher-paying and career-accelerating opportunities to take their careers to the next level.

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In the gender demographics insight on employee’s desired intrinsic traits from a company, men ranked financial stability of a company as the most important intrinsic trait, followed by career growth and welfare/benefits.

The report said women ranked career growth as the most important intrinsic trait, in addition to the financial stability of a company and welfare/benefits.

Jobberman noted that remote work was not as highly ranked as one might think, despite being accelerated by COVID-19, which could be due to factors such as unreliable power supply and internet connection that affect remote work structures and hinder productivity.

It noted that respondents within the 18-24 and 24-35 age groups ranked strong, relatable company values and goals, open and effective management and flexible hours as their top three most important external traits.

It said respondents aged over 45 ranked strong, relatable company values and goals, open and effective management and health care cover and well-being programme as top most important external traits.

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The report said, “Respondents in the 18-24 age bracket ranked career growth, financial stability of a company and welfare/benefits as the top three most important intrinsic traits.

“However, respondents aged between 25-35 years age ranked financial stability of a company, career growth and welfare/benefits as their top three most important intrinsic traits while respondents aged between 36-45 ranked financial stability of a company, welfare/benefits and competitive package.”

Jobberman Nigeria advised employers to evaluate the fundamental factors that foster employee satisfaction for both current and future employees. Facebook KOKO NG 2

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Chimamanda Adichie, Malala Yousafzai, Melinda Gates Make BBC 100 Most Inspiring Women Of 2021

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The BBC has released its list of 100 inspiring and impactful women from around the world for 2021. Chimamanda Adichie KOKO TV NG 4

Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is listed under the “Culture and Education” category, which consists of 31 women out of the 100 chosen.
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“Let’s use this moment to start to think about health care as a human right everywhere in the world – what a person deserves simply by virtue of being alive, not when you can afford it,” Adichie told the BBC.

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Women from Afghanistan make up half of this year’s list. The list also includes a diverse range of female figures from leaders in politics, arts, and business to everyday heroes fighting for what they believe in.
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Among them are Malala Yousafzai, the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Samoa’s first female Prime Minister Fiam Naomi Mata’afa, Professor Heidi J Larson, who heads the Vaccine Confidence Project, and Turkish writer Elif Rafak. BBC 100 Most Inspiring women of 2021

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