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Scotland becomes First Nation to provide free sanitary products for all women

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Scotland has made sanitary products free to all women, becoming the first country in the world to take such a step against “period poverty”.

The Period Products (Free Provision) (Scotland) Act, which passed unanimously through its final stage on Tuesday evening, November 24, will place a legal duty on local authorities to make period products available for all those who need them.

The measure makes tampons and sanitary pads available at designated public places such as community centers, youth clubs, and pharmacies. First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, called it “an important policy for women and girls”.

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Instagram deletes Tunde Ednut’s new page which got about 1 million followers in 3 days

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Social media giant, Instagram has deleted the new Instagram page of popular Nigerian artist now turned blogger, Tunde Ednut.

Recall that Instagram permanently deleted the first account of Tunde Ednut for violating the terms and conditions of the platform. The artist who now seem to be having a hard time sustaining himself on the popular platform, had just created a new page only for it to be deleted after 3 days.

The new update on his new Instagram account is that the new page has been pulled down again. The reason, why it was deleted, is yet to be known.

It would be noted that the new page has gathered about 1 million followers with just 3 days before it was deleted.

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“You’re Not Stingy, You Just Don’t Have Money”- Pretty Mike Blasts ‘Members’ Of ‘Stingy Men Association Of Nigeria’

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Controversial socialite and club owner, Pretty Mike has lambasted some members of the Stingy Men Association of Nigeria, SMAN.

For about two days now, a group called SMAN has been gaining popularity with lots of Nigerian men identifying as members.

The slogan for the Stingy Men Association of Nigeria is “I’ll  see what I can do”. This is the answer they intend to give to any woman who asks them for money.

Members have promised to be stingy and not spend on women.

Reacting to the trend, Pretty Mike said most of those claiming they’ll be stingy from now on are just people who have no money.

See his post below;

 

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