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January 15, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgA Pro-Democratic institution, Pro-Life Media Initiative, says the domino effect of  Ebola is fast becoming a catastrophe, hence it is urging the government of Liberia to reopen major referral hospitals to save the lives of thousands who are dying of curable diseases.The Executive Director of Pro-Life Media, Henry B. Flomo, told the Daily Observer in an exclusive interview yesterday that they have observed that each day there are numerous cases in Communities in Monrovia and in the rural parts of the country of increasing deaths from such curable illnesses as malaria, typhoid and even labor pain.  “Because of the level of awareness on the ferocity of the Ebola virus, ailing people are left to die of minor ailments in communities. Where there are helping hands, health Centers are either filled or closed, thus leading to the demise of many,” Mr. Flomo lamented.He added: “Pro-Life Media also wants government to motivate Health Workers throughout the country by providing them with insurance and all necessary equipment to facilitate a safe and smooth working environment.Statistics put the death rate of Health Workers, as a result of Ebola, close to 30% overall, which is quite alarming and dangerous, as health workers continue to remain demotivated and exposed to the notorious virus.”The pro-democracy group is also urging both the Ministries of Internal Affairs and Health and Social Welfare to take Data of suspected Ebola corpses being gathered from Communities in and outside Monrovia for proper delineation when the Virus is finally defeated.  According to Pro-Life Media, it is a known fact that not every corpse abandoned in communities is Ebola-related.Besides, the Group is cognizant that there will be family tracing of relatives and loved  ones dying during this horrific period in our nation’s history, thus proper data of all remains is important.Meanwhile, Pro-Life Media is happy with the level of awareness on the Ebola outbreak because of measures instituted by the National Task Force on Ebola, headed by President Ellen Johnson-Sileaf.Though expected earlier than later, the Ebola prevention measures by the Task Force is making the fight containable, especially given the fact that more and more citizens,  including traditionalists, Christians and Muslims, have come to believe that Ebola is real.  Pro-Life Media also welcomes the participation of politicians and well-meaning Liberians in the nationwide campaign to eradicate Ebola from Liberia and  the sub region.However, a statement from the Liberian government, through the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism, says the government is exerting  fervent efforts to reopen referral hospitals including the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, Redemption and other medical institutions in the leeward counties.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

January 11, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgWDFA Qualifier KO Tournament 2018…The Golden Warriors FC and Crane Rovers FC secured victories in the opening matches of the Guyana Football Federation/West Demerara Football Association (GFF/WDFA) Qualifier knockout tournament held at the Den Amstel Community Centre Ground.After the referee blew his whistle to commence the match, Golden Warriors pummelled Zeelugt 7-2 while the feature match between Crane Rovers FC and Vegae Boyz ended with Crane demolishing Vegae Boyz 9-0.Within the first seven minutes of the game, Zeelugt FC’s Andrew Gill found the back of the net giving his team an early lead, which did not last long as the Warriors’ Nigel Garraway equalised in the 13th minute. Three minutes later, Garraway’s teammate Anthony Harding converted his opportunity in the 16th minute and went on to score his second goal just before the end of the first half in the 44th minute taking the score to 3-1.Upon resumption of play, Harding booted in his third goal in the 49th minute, advancing the scoreline 4-1 as the dominance of possession continued for his side. But Harding wasn’t finished yet as he broke through the defence of Zeelugt in the 52nd minute making the score 5-1. Shaquale Baptist then got his shot past the Zeelugt custodian to increase the score to 6-1 in the 55th minute.Three minutes later, Shalon Williams placed his name on the score sheet. With the score now at a 7-1 margin, the Zeelugt players kept searching for goals. Zeelugt managed to slip one through when Clement Smith got his opportunity and made it worthwhile, scoring his team’s second goal in the 60th minute to have the scoreline read 7-2. That scoreline was to remain as the Golden Warriors defence was just too much for the Zeelugt players.After one intense match, the bar was raised as Crane Rovers proved too tough for the Boyz, who they trampled 9-0. Goals came from Quincy Graham in the 6th and 41st minutes, Adam Hoyte in the 11th minute with support from Clement Brown in the 43rd, Denford Williams in the 47th and 55th minutes, and Tyler Wharton in the 50th minute. Alonzo Bowman and Clifton Adams netted in the 58th and 33rd minutes respectively.Member Associations were mandated by the GFF to have the two top clubs represent the Association in the upcoming year-end football festival, which is set to commence in late November. Pouderoyen, Uitvlugt, Eagles and Wales United were seeded into the top four grouping while the other eight clubs will play off to meet the top clubs in the quarter-finals.The tournament will continue this weekend at the Wales Community Centre Ground and will see Jetty Gunners facing Beavers on Saturday at 14:00h. Additionally, Stewartville will match skills with De Kinderen at 16:00h.last_img read more