UL Engineering Student Burial Schedule for Saturday

first_imgA junior student of the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Liberia (UL) who died recently after he  sustained  multiples injuries, as a result of a fence that felt on him will be buried on Saturday, May 17.The incident took place on May 3, within the compound of the American Cooperative School, on the Old Road in Sinkor, where he was employed as a contractor.The late Moses Newon Teayah was born 1983, unto the union of Pastor John P. Teayah and Martha M. Teayah.He was a member of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification in Duport Road, Paynesville outside of Monrovia.Explaining circumstances leading to the death of Moses, McCarthy Teayah , elder brother of Moses, said “We don’t know what killed Moses or how he died. What we were told by friends is that he died when a fence fell on him,” McCarthy explained in tears.According to him, they are still waiting to hear from the government on the cause of death.“Moses was one of the brains behind the entire family; we depended on him for our survival. How are we going to make it,” McCarthy lamented.He said, Moses’ remains will be removed from the Alfred Butler Funeral Home at about 4 p.m. on May 16, and taken to the Family Federation Headquarters Church on Duport Road Market, behind the mosque for a night of wake keeping, and burial will be on Saturday, May 17, at the Shara Community Cemetery on the Duport Road.Moses leaves to mourn his mother, Martha M. Teayah, father Pastor John P. Teayah, three sisters, Mabel, Joyce and Kyeong-hi, and a brother, McCarthy.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Bandits shoot Essequibo Coast businesswoman during robbery

first_imgThree armed bandits on Monday evening invaded Manzoor Mohammed General Store, in Charity, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam).Reports are the incident occurred at about 20:15h.While details are sketchy, this newspaper was told that the woman who was shot is the daughter of the late Manzoor Mohammed. She was rushed to the Suddie Public Hospital.This newspaper was told that the business place was robbed about five weeks ago.One businessman told Guyana Times that the business community lost all confidence in the police in the region and are presently conducting discussions with other businesses to get a vehicle and private security to conduct patrols.Meanwhile, the police have since launched an investigation.last_img read more

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PICTURE SPECIAL: ST PATRICK’S DAY AROUND CO DONEGAL – AND NEW YORK

first_imgMullachdubh Band has been going for 121 years since the 1st outing in 1881 on St’Patricks day and still going strong. (send your pix to info@donegaldaily.com)Below Jimmy Kavanagh is certainly enjoying the Big Apple – New York City! While TV3’s Noel Cunningham was back home here waving to the crowds in Donegal, captured by Carol O’Donnell.Meanwhile the all-day session at McGrory’s in Culdaff is a real winner below: In Letterkenny the sunshine brought out one of the biggest crowds in years to Market Square and Main Street.Supermodel Faye Dinsmore from Ballintra meanwhile was plugging thre How to Be Irish show on RTE on her blog!The Bundoran Lifeboat crew were snap happy on their parade belowAnd there was giant Dog in Donegal Town!And there were furry animals too in Buncrana below:And the new Clonmany scouts on show in Buncrana too below:PICTURE SPECIAL: ST PATRICK’S DAY AROUND CO DONEGAL – AND NEW YORK was last modified: March 18th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:PICTURE SPECIAL: ST PATRICK’S DAY AROUND CO DONEGAL – AND NEW YORKlast_img read more

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Eden Hazard reveals Chelsea blocked Real Madrid move, but he has no regrets

first_img REVEALED Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Hazard continues to shed light on his Chelsea future Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father 2 moving on targets Hazard, who has been shortlisted for the 2018 Ballon D’Or, collected the Premier League’s Player of the Month award for September with seven goals in his opening eight league games.And the winger has explained why he is thriving under new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, whose possession-based philosophy differs from his predecessors at Stamford Bridge.“I’m confident and it shows. I feel like I can shoot from anywhere,” Hazard added.“This season we have more of the ball. Sarri is different from [Antonio ] Conte and [José] Mourinho. If you don’t have the ball for five minutes, he goes crazy.” 2 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti IN DEMAND Eden Hazard has admitted Chelsea blocked his desired move to Real Madrid during the summer.The Belgian superstar, 27, recently claimed he still ‘dreams’ about moving to Madrid but ruled out a January switch.center_img RANKED Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star targets Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer LIVING THE DREAM LATEST TRANSFER NEWS And now, speaking to Telefoot, Hazard reveals the Blues told him he wasn’t allowed to leave in the summer transfer window and he would never force a move away.“Chelsea were clear with me. I couldn’t leave the club. I accepted it,” Hazard said. “Leaving or staying, either way I was going to be happy. I do not regret this decision at all.“When we make the face, when we sulk, we often have the last word. But I will never go into conflict with a club. Chelsea gave me a lot.“If I leave it will be on good terms, like I did with Lille. Could a transfer happen in January? It’s not possible.” Hazard has been very open about his future in the past week Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ LATEST last_img read more

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BCS, AP polls agree: USC is ranked No. 1

first_img “I don’t know how the system works but it’s giving us the same due as the other polls, I guess, it’s a starting point,” USC coach Pete Carroll said. “Where you wind up is important. But it’s nice to be recognized by that system.” USC is ahead of Texas by .0332 points, a fairly comfortable margin although its 34-31 victory over Notre Dame didn’t help it as much as one might expect, because the Irish have a relatively weak computer ranking of 25th. Notre Dame is 16th overall in the BCS poll. USC sat atop the first Bowl Championship Series ratings as a solid No. 1, confirming the Trojans control their own destiny in an attempt to win a third national championship. The Trojans (6-0) are first in both top 25 polls used by the BCS and first in four of the six computer rankings. Texas and Georgia and first in the other two computer polls and the Longhorns are No. 2 overall. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week UCLA, now ranked No. 8 in the AP poll, is ninth in the BCS standing. The Bruins’ top 25 poll average is 8.5 and they are 11th in the computer rankings. Human polls make up 67 percent of the BCS ratings while computers comprise the remaining 33 percent. Scott Wolf, (818) 713-3607 scott.wolf@dailynews.com BCS TOP 10 USC and UCLA are among the top 10 in the first BCS poll, released Monday: No., School, Record, BCS Avg 1. USC 6-0 .9923 2. Texas 6-0 .9591 3. Virginia Tech 6-0 .9067 4. Georgia 6-0 .8933 5. Alabama 6-0 .8220 6. LSU 4-1 .7078 7. Texas Tech 6-0 .7034 8. Miami 5-1 .6928 9. UCLA 6-0 .6675 10. Penn State 6-1 .5860 BCS average is calculated by averaging the percent totals of the Harris Interactive, USA Today Coaches and computer polls. last_img read more

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Wasswa Bbosa and Miguel da Costa react to Uganda Cup semi final result

first_imgVipers defeated Villa 1-0 in the Uganda Cup on TuesdayAfter Tuesday’s gigantic clash between SC Villa and Vipers in the Uganda Cup semi finals, many have pointed out issues that may have decided the game in favour of the him side.Some have gone on to point fingers at referee Emma Kiwewa who they claim had a bad game interms of his officiation.SC Villa head coach Wasswa Bbosa is one of those faulting the young official for his (Bbosa) side’s loss.“I am disappointed that our club was denied access to the stadium up on arrival, said Bbosa.SC Villa coach Wasswa Bbosa was disappointed by several issues on Tuesday“We arrived at 2pm but only accessed the stadium at 03:30.“We did not get enough warm up time, something that affected us physically.About the whole game, the former Express FC tactician had this to say.“During the game proper, we created several chances but failed to convert them.“Concerning the goal we conceded, it is the referee who scored against us.Bbosa also came out and pointed to the injuries that his team suffered going into the game, as another reason that may have seen them lose.“We had a lot of injuries prior to the game which disrupted our preparations.About my status at the club, I am a free agent now and don’t know where i will be working next season.His counter part, Miguel da Costa who is on course for a first ever league and cup double expressed his thanks to the Vipers’ fraternity.Miguel da Costa is thankful to the Vipers fraternityFirst of all, I thank the management of Vipers Sports Club, players, technical team and fans, said the Portuguese.“In the game, we were better for the first twenty minutes and then they (SC Villa) started growing into the game.“The game was divided into two halves.“We had a lot of possession in the first half but we played in our own half.“SC Villa Jogoo was better than us in the second half.About the final against KCCA FC, da Costa had this to say.“Ahead of the final with KCCA, the opponent is completely different.“We win the final, we do not play the final.“We have played twice with KCCA this season and we know how to handle them.Vipers will take on KCCA this Saturday at the Emokori Playground in Bukedi district.The Venoms are chasing a first ever league and cup double having won this past season’s Azam Uganda Premier League.Their opponents KCCA achieved a similar fate last season when they win both titles, requiring a 2-0 victory over Piadha Black Angles in the final of the Uganda Cup.Comments Tags: Emma Kiwewamiguel da costastanbic bank uganda cupwasswa bbosalast_img read more

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Red Bluff High girls tennis shutout by eventual NorCal champion Los Gatos

first_imgFolsom >> For the second straight year, the Red Bluff High girls tennis team fell to the eventual Northern California state champion after it was shutout by Los Gatos, 7-0 Friday in the opening round of the NorCal tournament. Los Gatos beat St. Francis of Mountain View, 4-3 in the NorCal final Saturday. Red Bluff finished the season 15-2, having won its second straight Northern Section championship.“The (NorCal) results can’t take away the accomplishments for this year,” coach Dennis Poulton …last_img read more

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Stephen Curry’s great fall catapults odds, Warriors back to the future

first_imgDid you do your sportsbook Christmas shopping early this year?Bad news.Especially if you’re a Warriors fan.As the NBA season tipped off, the Dubs were 14/1 to win their fourth NBA title in six seasons, according to sportsbetting.ag. They were tabbed as 8/1 odds to appear in the NBA Finals for the sixth consecutive season. The division? The Dubs were 6/1. Their over/under on the number of regular season wins? 43.5. These numbers had a certain allure, even given the fact that the …last_img read more

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SA congratulates South Sudan

first_img10 July 2012 President Jacob Zuma has congratulated South Sudan on the country’s first anniversary of independence, offering South Africa’s continued support for peace and development in the country even as relations with north Sudan remain fragile. South Sudan became the world’s newest country on 9 July 2011. Its birth was the culmination of a six-year peace process which helped bring an end to the long-running conflict between South Sudan and Sudan, of which it was formerly a part. Zuma said in a statement on Monday that South Africa would continue to support efforts to create an environment for the entrenchment of democracy and development of government institutions in South Sudan.Security, oil issues With one year having passed since the official declaration of South Sudan’s separation from north Sudan, the two countries so far seem to have failed to establish good neighbourly relations. Despite confirmation by the politicians of both sides to establish relations, recent events prove that the historical differences between the two sides are deeper than they appeared. The outstanding issues, including the sharing of revenues of oil, which is produced in the South and exported via north Sudan’s oil infrastructures and ports, were among the most prominent differences that prevented the establishment of normal ties between Khartoum and Juba. The oil dispute reached its peak when South Sudan decided on January 20 to stop pumping its crude oil, due to differences over the fees for exporting the South’s oil through Sudan’s ports. The decision had negative consequences for both economies, as Sudan lost three-quarters of its oil revenues, pushing the Sudanese government to adopt far-reaching economic reforms but causing a rise in prices of basic commodities that prompted demonstrations. Meanwhile, the citizens of South Sudan are suffering from lack of development and basic services together with high prices of basic commodities.‘Both sides struggling to adapt to separation’ The two countries almost slid into a comprehensive war when South Sudan’s army occupied Sudan’s oil-rich area of Heglig on 10 April. According to observers and analysts, the relationship between Khartoum and Juba will not return to normal unless the security and oil issues are resolved. Sudanese expert Mohamed Hassan Saeed says events following the separation of South Sudan have proved that the security issue is still a major threat to stable relations between the two countries, with the oil dispute adding further tension. “Full normalisation in the relations between Khartoum and Juba cannot be achieved without exploring a settlement for security issues between the two countries,” Saeed said. “The standing issues at the Blue Nile and South Kordofan areas as well as Abyei should be resolved first, and then the two sides can search for an agreement to restore pumping of the South’s oil through Sudan to meet the demands of the two country’s peoples. “Definitely, the current disputes are the outcome of the separation, because both countries are facing difficulty in adapting to the new situation,” Saeed said. “The South is suffering from difficulties of building a state from nothing under chronic tribal conflicts, scarcity of resources and lack of infrastructures, while Sudan is suffering from economic, security and political issues.”‘No choice but to work together’ Abdul-Azeem Ahmed, a Sudanese political analyst, believes that the two countries have no choice but to work to establish constructive relations based on common interests and mutual benefits. “Whatever the differences are, they will eventually resort to favouring cooperation and normalisation of relations, because that is the most realistic option,” Ahmed told news agency Xinhua. “It seems there is an urgent need to resolve the joint issues within a political framework, because both countries need stability and development,” Ahmed added. “They also need to create opportunities to change the negative feeling of regional isolation”. South Sudan was officially declared independent on 9 July 2011 in a celebration that was attended by around 30 African heads of state and representatives of regional and international organisations. The relationship between north and south Sudan witnessed continued tension for about two decades until the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) was signed between the two sides in January 2005 to end the longest civil war on the African continent. In accordance with the CPA, a referendum on self-determination for southern Sudan was conducted in January 2011, in which around 98 percent of southern Sudanese citizens voted for independence. Source: SANews.gov.za-Xinhualast_img read more

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Magyar to serve on United Soybean Board

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue announced the appointment of 16 members to serve on the United Soybean Board, including Jeff Magyar from Orwell, Ohio.“I truly appreciate the time and expertise these individuals have agreed to give guiding the United Soybean Board,” Perdue said. “Their work is especially important as we work to improve international opportunities for American farmers and ranchers. Together we will help them thrive by increasing domestic and international demand for the nearly 90 million acres of soybeans produced by U.S. farmers.”The board is authorized by the Soybean Promotion, Research and Information Act and is composed of 73 members representing 29 states and Eastern and Western regions. Members must be soybean producers nominated by a qualified state soybean board.More information about the board and a list of board members is available on AMS’ Soybean Research and Promotion Program webpage and the board’s website, unitedsoybean.org.last_img read more

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