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How rich Nigerians are buying citizenship in Caribbean nations to beat visa rules

For most Nigerian businessmen, holding a Nigerian passport raises a red flag and would often require extra documentation for validation. Nigeria is placed 95 on the annual Henley Passport Index which ranks the world’s passport according to the countries they can visit without a prior visa. Ranked 95, Nigerian passport holders can visit two fewer countries now than they could in 2010 without a visa. Faced with such difficulties, wealthy Nigerians are buying citizenship in Caribbean nations to…

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Belize: Chaa Creek Is Calling On Young Artists Worldwide To Enter Its Color Belize Art Competition

With the Coronavirus pandemic forcing so many young people around the world to stay indoors, The Lodge at Chaa Creek has launched its Color Belize Art Competition as a way to encourage young people to constructively use their time, and perhaps win a Belize vacation for their family.Belize’s The Lodge at Chaa Creek has launched an international arts competition to encourage young artists to use their newfound indoor time constructively, and to help remind the world of nature’s beauty.“With the…

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IMF WORKING PAPER: Is the Whole Greater than the Sum of its Parts? Strengthening Caribbean Regional Integration

Summary: Deeper economic integration within the Caribbean has been a regional policy priority since the establishment of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the decision to create the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME). Implementation of integration initiatives has, however, been slow, despite the stated commitment of political leaders. The “implementation deficit” has led to skepticism about completing the CSME and controversy regarding its benefits. This paper analyzes how Caribbean…

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The Hon. Babsy Grange on Jamaica Rastafari relationship

"We are working hard to make things right with our Rastafari brothers and sisters. The Rastafari Coral Gardens Trust is now a reality", Hon. Babsy Grange.  Vid: We are working hard to make things right with our Rastafari brothers and sisters. T he Rastafari Coral Gardens Trust is now a reality. #Rasta #Jamaica #OneLove #Reparations pic.twitter.com/sGJfHWxHTz — Hon.Olivia Grange (@Babsy_grange) December 30, 2019 Follow TheBlackList on Twitter at https://twitther.com/theblacklist   

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From Adwa To Jamaica: The 14th Remembrance Of His Eminence Archbishop Abuna Yesehaq, Ethiopian Othohdox Church

I would like to congratulate all those of the Jamaican Orthodox faith whohold this special occasion every year for His Eminence Abuna Yesehaq.Thank you for the invitation to attend the anniversary. Even though I am notwith you in person, I am with you in spirit.I was introduced to Abuna Yesehaq in Washington DC by the late YosifFord, the son of Rabbi Josiah Ford who was the music director of the UNIA.Yosif told the Abuna that I needed help to find the work of Dr Malaku Bayen, the founder of the…

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7% of Nevis and St. Kitts population receives monthly stipened from its Citizen By Investment Programme to facilitate "Poverty Alleviation"

Under the new Poverty Alleviation Programme, St Kitts and Nevis has been providing 7% of its population with a monthly stipend using funds from its successful Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme. During a recent press conference, Prime Minister Timothy Harris revealed that the programme had already distributed EC$13.6 million (≈US$5 million) to nearly 4,000 qualifying households since its introduction in December last year. The initiative aims to support families earning less that…

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  • NYMetro
    Sure we want doctors, engineers. But when you do not enjoy to a maximum the rights and entitlement within any nation. You will find that others will discriminate against you and even though you have the skills of a well trained and good doctor. I say Black women and women in particular, "Think princess" You have been abused for too long. Being a princess you will know entitlements and have the good life.
  • Thank you, Ras Doc Rico.

  • South

    More Power and Blessings to you in your work.

    RDRR

  • South
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    For those who may have wondered about or have children with dreams of traveling and becoming doctors etc. This is an opportunity that will not only provide the correct info, but also will give those who sincerely want to give back to thier perspective communities the skills to do so.

    What you will find here is not the program the Pres Obama, is speaking of in amerikkka his call for volunteers to help build the amerikka, preparing to run run 26-30 millinon of its Africans off of the face of the earth.

    Rather, this is a call that has been forthcoming since 1998 from the leader of a country that has never done anything but help oppressded nations and its peoples.
    In reality the real answer to what YOU can do for YOUR people.and your perspective country. via providing the best health care possible minus the spin.
    Case in point
    On January 27th 2010 i left the comfort of my home, telling my partner and family in Cuba and the US that i was going on a mission. i did this in order to make sure that no tears were shed and no fears were shown, because Haiti needed me and Cuba called for volunteers.

    Had it not been for the training i recieved in prev years in Cuba after my US training in the 70's, i would never had known how to respond.
    Now, whenever that call comes, i remember the words..DO NO HARM.


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