Residents of Foquelleh in Panta District in Bong County were said to have been in unbelievable shock when a two-month-old baby, identified by family members as Smith Freeman, Tuesday, September 23, morning grew into a full grown man and escaped into the bush with his mother’s lappa.According to the mother of the child, Lorpu Kollie, 16, on Tuesday she and the child were on their way to the farm when the child on her back tied in lappa spoke to her and told her to put him down.She told the Daily Observer that as they approached the crossroad, the child repeated his call on the mother to untie her lappa and put him down. As soon as she put the baby down, she continued, the two-month-old boy instantaneously began to grow into a full grown man!Lorpu Kollie narrated that the child informed her that he (the child) was on his way back home since his grandmother, Lorpu Kollie’s mother, was in the constant practice of raining insult at him. He even threatened bring incense and garlic into the home.“This was my first time seeing a two-month-old baby talking so clearly like a five year old child,” Lopu Kollie explained through a mobile phone interview with our reporter.She told the Daily Observer the baby who grew into man immediately took away her lappa and made his way with it into the bush.The 16-year-old mother intoned that she had earlier had dreams of her son where they both went into a town and entered a house without doors but they leaned on the house and found their way in as instructed by her son, Smith Freeman.She explained that in the dream, her son was the one serving guests with the food and her son emphatically warned her not to dare telling the dream to anyone. But according to her, she revealed the dream to her mother, Gormah Kollie.Lorpu Kollie was swift to tell this newspaper that Smith Freeman did not have any scar or deformity on his body that could convince community dwellers that the baby was somehow belonging to the dark world.“The boy told me that he was going back home because my mother had threatened to bring incense into the house. He said the grandmother told him she had the power to drive away any witch craft, Lorpu Kollie told this reporter.Speaking earlier to this newspaper, the father of the baby, Watson Freeman said since his girlfriend, Lorpu Kollie conceived, she complained of body and other related pains until she finally gave birth.Watson Freeman described the mysterious disappearance of his son as incredible and mind-blowing, saying he did not experience any apprehension about him being beyond being a normal human being.For his part, the grandfather of the baby, Jerome Kowan, said the unexplained vanishing of two-month-old Smith Freeman is the handiwork of the dark world.He maintained that the situation could stigmatize his daughter and drive away any man who may wish to take her as a future wife.Meanwhile, traditional leaders in the area have commenced a traditional investigation into the situation and advised people who made farms in the direction to which the baby escaped to stay away for a couple of days and observe.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Ebola Virus Disease is gradually being contained in Liberia, but as is always the case, more robust efforts, endurance and high-level concentration are needed to get the country to the finish line in terms of being declared Ebola free.Everyone seems to be saying this but there is a lot to saying than doing. Liberians and foreign residents have been reminded on several occasions to not to let down their guard otherwise it could trigger a resurgence of the Ebola virus.It was against this background that an International Charity organization, Delivering Good Health Community Service (DGHCS) saw the necessity to intensify its provision of medical supplies and assorted items to institutions responding to the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.The founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of DGHCS, Nallie Brumskine Moore, is reminding Liberians that although the situation in the country is gradually improving, Ebola is still here and dangerously contagious and there is no need for complacency. She added, “Adequate resources and efforts must be urgently exerted to completely contain it”.Madam Moore spoke from the United States via telephone upon the arrival of the consignment in the Monrovia. The supplies were subsequently distributed to health centers, orphanages, and humanitarian intuitions. Madam Moore said the donations are intended to buttress government’s efforts in “this final phase” of the fight against the Ebola Virus Disease.“We acknowledged those who are playing vital roles at the frontline of the Ebola response”, Madam Brumskine Moore asserted, adding that “the needs of frontline workers and volunteers should be urgently addressed including adequate support and regular recognition of their efforts and commitment.The DGHCS CEO paid special tribute to the Donohue Family Foundation, Georgetown University Hospital, International Association for Human Values and Project Hope for their continuous support to the people of Liberia through DGHC.This is the DGHCS second large donation since the Ebola outbreak. The organization initially imported into the country a large consignment of medical supplies in March this year.The latest DGHCS donation initiative benefited several hospitals, clinics and humanitarian institutions such as the Liberian Red Cross which is heavily involved in the Ebola response and is responsible for managing the retrieval and disposal of Ebola.The country’s largest health facility in the capital, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital that was abruptly shut down as a result of the Ebola outbreak was one of the key beneficiaries of the DGHCS donations. Other institutions include the Suehn Clinic in Bomi County, Al Halil clinic on Jamaica Road and the ‘Love a Child’ Orphanage on the Robertsfield Highway.The DGHCS country coordinator, Rev. Joseph Roberts, told the beneficiaries that the donation was part of the organization’s way of helping to strengthen the capacity of hospitals and community clinics to combat the Ebola epidemic.Rev. Roberts emphasized that community clinics and hospitals were hugely affected by the Ebola outbreak in March and it is important to continue to identify with them while the country is experiencing a decline in the Ebola virus disease.Rev. Roberts commended DGHCS founder Moore and her USA partners for their commitment to support the health sector of Liberia and the less fortunate.Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries, the coordinator of Logistics at John F. Kennedy Memorial hospital, Abraham Attoh, and the founder of Love a Child Orphanage, Madam Rebecca Wreh, lauded the efforts of DGHCS. Mr. Attoh and Madam Wreh in separate remarks recounted the lack of equipment as a critical challenge that had hindered the fight against Ebola during its first outbreak in March 2014.The Liberia National Red Cross Society Director of Disaster Management, Abdullai Perry also commended the efforts of the DHCS and its partners. He added that the donation would assist the Red Cross which is scaling up its activities covering Social Mobilization, Contact tracing, Psychosocial counseling, community home based protection, provision of survival kits, food distribution and safe and dignified burials in Montserrado County.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Several local residents have received calls from a person claiming to be from the “Window’s Centre” and that they have discovered problems with a computer the victim owns. The fraudster then has the victim log onto the computer and walks them through several steps that allow the fraudster remote access to the computer. RCMP believe the fraudster then installs a virus or obtains person information about the victim. The fraudster then asks for $100 to renew a warrant or for a new warranty as the problem was not covered. They state if the fee isn’t paid, the computer will crash within 48 hours. The fraudster suggested that payment could be made through cheque or money order. In one case the victim did hang up on the fraudster and then received a second call and the person said “when it crashes don’t call us.”- Advertisement – The Dawson Creek RCMP warn residents that if you receive an unsolicited call from a computer firm, be highly suspicious. If someone asks for money or says that they have money for you and asks for personal information, don’t give them any information. For more information on phone scams, visit Phone Busters by clicking here.
0Shares0000Dortmund captain Manuel Akanji saw his side capitulate against Werder Bremen on Saturday © AFP / PATRIK STOLLARZBerlin, Germany, May 4 – Borussia Dortmund coach Lucien Favre defended goalkeeper Roman Buerki after his second-half howler saw Dortmund throw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Werder Bremen and left Bayern Munich on the brink of a seventh successive Bundesliga title. “I am not going to talk about Roman. Whatever happens, he has had a fantastic season and has saved us a lot of points in the past,” Favre told Sky. Buerki’s error and a goal from Claudio Pizarro all but ended Dortmund’s title challenge and sealed a perfect afternoon for Bayern, after club stalwarts Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben earlier returned from injury to help them to a 3-1 victory over bottom club Hanover. Dortmund, who were nine points ahead of Bayern in December, must now make up a four-point deficit in the last two games of the season.“We have to win our last home game next week, that is our only hope,” said Favre. Christian Pulisic opened the scoring for Dortmund after just six minutes with a brilliant solo goal, before Paco Alcacer doubled the lead with a fizzing free-kick. With Dortmund in full control on 70 minutes, Buerki allowed Bremen back into the game when he let Kevin Moehwald’s tame shot through his legs, and former Bayern star Pizarro scored a shock equaliser moments later.“If we can help Bayern, why not?” a smiling Pizarro told Sky.Veteran Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben made a long-awaited return from injury against Hanover on Saturday © AFP / Christof STACHEIn Munich, Robben and Ribery, both of whom are set to leave Bayern at the end of the season, came off the bench to make their first appearance together in 2019.Ribery scored what may be his last ever goal at the Allianz Arena, while Robben, who had not played since November, told Sky that his cameo appearance was not the end of his Bayern journey. “I always said I didn’t want to come back just to wave to the fans and say goodbye. There are two games left and the German Cup final, so there is more to come,” he said.Hanover kept Bayern at bay for nearly half an hour before Robert Lewandowski headed the hosts ahead from close range and Leon Goretzka curled the second in off the post.The visitors hit back after half-time with a Jonathas penalty, the result of a highly controversial handball decision from VAR against Jerome Boateng. Ribery secured the win with a deflected shot six minutes from time.Bayern now need just one win from their last two games against top four sides RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt. – Nuremberg and Hanover hang on –Elsewhere, Borussia Moenchengladbach and Hoffenheim both stumbled in the race for the top four, as they shared the points in a 2-2 draw.Matthias Ginter cancelled out Pavel Kaderabek’s opener, before Nadiem Amiri restored the lead with a fine volley. Josip Drmic saved Gladbach’s Champions League hopes with a late equaliser.Wolfsburg also remain in the hunt for a top four place after goals from Felix Klaus and Marcel Tisserand saw them beat second-from-bottom Nuremberg 2-0.Both Nuremberg and Hanover were spared relegation for at least another week, however, as Hertha Berlin won 3-1 at home to Stuttgart, who remain in the relegation play-off place.Goals from Vedad Ibisevic, Ondrej Duda and Salomon Kalou sealed the win for Hertha, despite a late consolation header from Mario Gomez.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
An expected surge in home foreclosures will cause U.S. property values to sink by $223 billion, with the most severe effects in minority communities, a new report says.The report released Tuesday by the Center for Responsible Lending estimates that about one in three households will see their property values drop by $5,000 on average as mortgages made to borrowers with weak credit in 2005 and 2006 reset at higher interest rates, accelerating the pace of foreclosures.Property values and tax revenues will decline most sharply, the center said, in neighborhoods with many minority residents, who received a disproportionate share of such mortgages. The report’s authors asserted that foreclosures hurt surrounding properties, raising the risk of fire and vandalism.“These foreclosures are wiping out wealth that people often took a lifetime to build,” said Martin Eakes, the center’s chief executive. “Many families will never achieve homeownership again” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Durham, N.C.-based center is pushing for legislation up for a House vote Thursday that would ban abusive lending practices, such as steering homeowners into refinanced mortgages that don’t provide any benefit.Advocacy groups say poor and minority borrowers who qualified for traditional loans were nevertheless steered into mortgages that reset to dramatically high levels after a short “teaser” period.These practices “succeeded in wrecking the futures of hundreds of thousands of homeowners and their families,” said Shanna Smith, executive director of the National Fair Housing Alliance.Experts project that between 1million and 2 million of those loans will wind up in foreclosure.The center’s property value analysis, and its estimate that 44.5 million homes will see property values decline, was based on academic research showing that a foreclosure lowers the price of neighboring properties by 0.9 percent on average. That effect was higher in poor neighborhoods, where prices dropped 1.4percent on average.
1 Hull City will attempt to land Argentine ace Maxi Lopez – if Gianfranco Zola gets the manager’s job.Zola has been linked with the vacant position at the KC Stadium following Steve Bruce’s shock departure.Now the Gazzetta dello Sport has claimed that the diminutive Italian is already thinking about new signings in case he gets the nod.And one of those is 32-year-old forward Lopez, who is currently plying his trade at Torino.The former Barcelona and AC Milan man has a wealth of experience and scored four goals in 26 Serie A appearances last season.Lopez has two years remaining on his current deal but it has been suggested that Torino would be willing to sell for the right price this summer. Torino striker Maxi Lopez
A drunken man went berserk at the Finn Valley Agricultural Show and randomly smashed the back windscreen of a car. John Callaghan, aged 22, appeared at Letterkenny District Court in connection with the incident which occurred at Kilcadden Crossroads on June 25th, 2016. Inspector Goretti Sheridan told the court the attack resulted in an estimated €1,500 of damage to the victim’s car.“At 6.30pm, the driver of the Grey Audi had just parked his car beside the marquee, and was proceeding to take his keys out of the ignition when he seen the defendant charging at his car.“He had a paling post in his hand and smashed the back windscreen of his car, and then proceeded to scrape the sides of the vehicle.“He then attempted to strike the driver of the vehicle, before he was brought to the ground by a group of a males who witnesses the frenzied attack,” she revealed.Solicitor for the defendant Frank Dorrian said there was absolutely no logic at all behind his client’s actions and said he suffered from depression.He told the court, “My client can offer no logic as to why he did what he did, it was a act of random uncontrolled madness.“He can offer no insight as to why he did what he did, he’s very sorry to the injured party who he doesn’t know and is not only very remorseful for what he has done, but is very embarrassed.“He genuinely can’t figure out why he did what he did, he was extremely intoxicated at the time and wants to compensate for the damage he has caused.“He has no previous convictions, and he suffers from depression and has been on anti-depressants for a time.”Inspector Goretti Sheridan said she didn’t know the figure for the amount of damage caused by estimated that it was around €1,500.Judge Paul Kelly ordered a probation report on Callaghan, of Trusk Road, Ballybofey, to be complied on and an exact estimate be given on the compensation required for the injured party.Drunken man went berserk and attacked car with paling stick was last modified: September 21st, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:attackcourtdonegalFinn Valley ShowJUDGEpaling post
Joseph Duffy has predicted a 1st round KO for Conor McGregor.Donegal UFC star Joseph Duffy is eyeing a summer return to the Octagon as he looks to get back to winning ways.Duffy made his UFC debut last March in Dallas – and produced a sensational 1st round KO.He followed that up at the UFC event in Glasgow in July – with another early KO. That led to a headline bout against Dustin Poirier in Dublin in October, but Duffy sustained concussion in sparring and was forced to pull out of the fight.The re-scheduled fight was fixed for January 2nd in Las Vegas, but unfortunately Duffy lost narrowly in a real battle with Poirier.Duffy lost the fight on points, but as always was humble in defeat, and said he would learn from it and move forward.He decided to take a short sabbatical from the cage – but is now eyeing a summer return. Duffy the last fighter to inflict defeat on UFC megastar McGregor is also predicting that the Notorious will KO Nate Diaz in their fight later tonight in Vegas.Duffy said, “I’m not sure at the minute. I’m taking one step at a time. I’ve kind of left it in Firas’ hands, whenever he thinks I’m ready to come back. “I kind of leave my career in the hands of my coaches, Firas and Eric. I trust their judgment. But I think that we are talking Summer.“ “I think Conor knocks him out in the first round. Diaz is game but I think his style really plays into the fight. To be honest, if it finished in first 30 seconds, I wouldn’t be surprised.”DUFFY EYES SUMMER RETURN – AND BACKS MCGREGOR FOR 1ST ROUND KO was last modified: March 5th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:DefeatdonegalJoseph DuffyReturnsummerUFC
Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card 2 ADVICE “He scored a goal and celebrated by crossing his arms,” he said, as revealed in new unauthorised biography, Mbappe.“Five minutes later, he stopped and said ‘Kylian, you could do that in a match.’ So I did it.”“So it happened in Dortmund and I did it. He was happy. I told him: ‘Now I’ve stolen it, it’s mine!’”The game he is referring to is when he was playing for Monaco against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League quarter-finals in April 2017. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Mbappe scored twice for Monaco against Dortmund in 2017 and performed the celebration REVEALED impact 2 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Most popular football news Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury huge blow silverware Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Mbappe has made the celebration one of the most famous in the world RANKED It’s one of football’s most famous goal celebrations and Liverpool fans will be hoping they don’t see Kylian Mbappe performing it.The 19-year-old Paris Saint-Germain striker will walk out at Anfield to play the Reds in their opening Champions League group game, but admits he stole the crossed arms look from his brother, Ethan, who did it after scoring a goal playing FIFA. MONEY Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade BEST OF Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move no dice Mbappe scored twice in the first leg to hand his side a 3-2 win in a year that saw him earn a £162m transfer to PSG, which was finalised earlier in 2018, by which time he was also a World Cup winner, scoring four goals en route to victory.Before the move to Paris, though, it has been revealed Liverpool were actually in talks to sign the teenager on two separate occasions, one in the winter of 2015/16 and the other in summer 2017.However, manager Jurgen Klopp could not guarantee him minutes on the pitch the first time around and by the time a second approach was made, they were blown out of the water by their Champions League rivals.
Buíochas – Lá Mór GlantacháinBuíochas mór d’achan duine a chuidigh ar dhóigh ar bith leis an bhrúscar a thógáil ó na bealtaí móra i gCloich Cheann Fhaolaigh ar an Sathairn 31ú Márta. Tá an ceantar ag amharc i bhfad níos glaine dá bharr. Buíochas ón grúpa timpeallachta MEAS agus ó Choiste na mBailte Slachtmhara Ghort a’ Choirce. A big thank you to all who helped in any way with the roadside clean-up in Cloughaneely on Saturday 31st March. The area is looking a lot tidier as a result. The environment group MEAS and Coiste na mBailte Slachtmhara Ghort a’ Choirce are very grateful to you all. Can’t Pay Won’t Pay Cloch Cheann FhaolaA big thank you to everyone who attended the demonstration that took place on Saturday 31st March in Dublin organised by the Campaign Against Household, Septic Tank and Water Taxes. According to the organisers there was a least 13,000 people there from all over the country and at one point the demonstration had stretched the whole length of O’Connell Street. The demonstration marched to the Conference Centre where Fine Gael were holding their Ard Fheis. Several speakers on the demo were Independent and ULA TDs which also had an open mike where members of campaign groups nationwide could have their voices heard too. We did not go unnoticed. Our protests with information stall will resume after the Easter week on Friday 13th April at 12pm at the crossroads in An Fál Carrach. Memberships also available. Think Nationally, Act Locally. Everyone is welcome to come and join the weekly protest and stand united together to oppose the unjust household, water and septic tank taxes that the current government is insisting we register for and pay. Bring non-political posters. Our next organising meeting will take place in Óstán Loch Altan on Saturday 7th April at 1pm. Everyone welcome. Info: 0863122784 or 0876111524. Follow us on FaceBook. National campaign: www.nohouseholdtax.org, www.wewontpay.ie Advertisement Feachtas ‘Can’t Pay Won’t Pay’ Cloch Cheann FhaolaBuíochas mór d’achan duine a bhí páirteach sa léirsiú a bhí ar siúl ar an Sathairn 31ú Márta i mBaile Átha Cliath a bhí eagraithe ag an Fheachtas in Éadan na dTaillí Tí, Dabhach Séarachais agus Uisce. De réir an lucht eagraithe bhí ar laghad 13,000 duine ansin as achan cearn den tír agus ar feadh tamall áirithe thóg an léirsiú suas fad iomlán Shráid Uí Chonaill. Shiúl an léirsiú chuig an Ionad Comhdhála áit a raibh Ard Fheis Fhine Gael. Bhí Teachtaí Dála Neamhspléach agus ó Chomhaontas na Clé Aontaithe mar roinnt de na cainteoirí ag an léirsiú áit a raibh saor-mhaidhc do bhaill ó ghrúpaí feachtais ar fud na tíre chun go mbeadh guth acu fosta. Ní thiocfadh neamhiontas a dhéanamh dúinn. Beidh ár n-agóidí le stainnín eolais ag toiseacht arís i ndiaidh na Cásca ar an Aoine 13ú Aibreán ar 12 meán lae ar na Croisbhealaigh. Ballraíocht ar fáil fosta. Fáilte roimh achan duine páirt a ghlacadh san agóid seachtainiúil agus seasamh, aontaithe le chéile, in éadan na gcánacha éagóracha tí, uisce agus umar séarachais atá an rialtas seo ag dearbhú go gcláraíonn muid daofa agus íoc astu. Póstaeirí neampholaitiúil le bhur dtoil. Beidh an chéad cruinniú eile againn in Óstán Loch Altan ar an Sathairn 7ú Aibreán ar 1in. Fáilte roimh achan duine. Eolas: 0863122784 nó 0876111524. Táimid ar FaceBook. Feachtas náisiúnta: www.nohouseholdtax.org,www.wewontpay.ie LOCAL NEWS: CLOUGHANEELY COMMUNITY NEWS was last modified: April 2nd, 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:LOCAL NEWS: CLOUGHANEELY COMMUNITY NEWS