Specifically, the Seville entity will pay “3,708,000 euros plus default interest and procedural costs” after the highest jurisdictional body of sport has considered that Lenglet’s march to Barcelona, in the summer of 2018, It was a transfer despite the Catalan club paying its termination clause.So, AS Nancy is entitled to collect 12 percent of the capital gain generated by the central in Seville, according to the contract that Sevilla signed with the Lorena club in the January 2017 market, thus confirming the failure of FIFA last September.Clement Lenglet, who is currently 24 years old and has become a regular at the calls of France, world champion, He was signed by Sevilla to Nancy for five million euros and, eighteen months later, he left for Barcelona in exchange for 35 million. The Court of Sports Arbitration (TAS) has confirmed the FIFA ruling requiring the Seville to pay French AS Nancy 3.7 million euros as a percentage of the capital gain generated by the transfer to Barcelona of Clement Lenglet, The Gallic Club has announced this Wednesday.
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A Liberian Educator, Hester Williams Catakaw, has said that this time of the Ebola crisis provides the best opportunity to put things in the right perspective and plan for a dynamic educational program for Liberia.The plan, according to Madam Catakaw, will involve a system where the education sector has to be decentralized for all to equally benefit.She observed that this is the worst time for education in Liberia “because of the Ebola virus disease (EVD), which has completely paralyzed the entire country to the extent that school-going children are left to totter.”“This is the worst time because the EVD has infected so many people that all our schools and learning facilities have all remained closed.”However, she called on Liberian to use this “worst time” in education system to begin planning the best in sector.“Let us use this time to put things in the right perspective and plan for a dynamic educational program for Liberia,” Mrs. Catakaw averred.She also expressed concern about issue that has to do with the decentralization of educational activities, which according to her, is a paramount to the nation, adding that decentralizing the educational sector is more important to the country’s future generation than anything else.“I have spoken with so many people on this aspect of decentralization. We must decentralize education in Liberia now! 167 years of centralized education in Liberia has not worked for the betterment of the society,” Madam Catakaw—a renowned educator stated.In her analysis, the former deputy Education Minister for Instruction also stressed the importance of early childhood education, which according to her, will serve as a foundation to the building of a well formulated educational foundation for the country.Madam Catakaw said she has been on record since 2008, explaining to her colleagues in the sector and stakeholders in education the importance of early childhood education for.She then stressed the need of revisiting the current National Curriculum formulated by the Ministry of Education (MOE) for Liberian schools.“Look at your National Curriculum; it is not harmonized with the West Africa Secondary Schools Certificate Exams (WASSCE),” Madam Catakaw observed, among other things.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Hours after the right wing of an aircraft exploded at the Eugene F Correia International Airport, the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has launched an investigation into another incident, this time involving an Air Services Limited (ASL) Cessna aircraft.According to a statement from the management of ASL, the accident occurred around 17:45h on Monday at the Bath Aerodrome, West Coast Berbice.“An Air Services Limited (ASL) Cessna 206 aircraft, registered as 8R-GMA, had an accident while taking off from Bath Aerodrome,” the company stated.It was revealed that there were five occupants onboard the aircraft, all of whom were ASL officers. They were provided with immediate support and luckily did not sustain any injuries, ASL management reported.Furthermore, it said, in accordance with protocol, the GCAA was informed about the accident and was conducting the requisite investigation. Notwithstanding this, ASL has launched its own internal investigation.The management of ASL said it was awaiting the findings of the Investigative Report from the GCAA.This accident occurred mere hours after there were reports of an explosion at the Eugene F Correia International Airport, Ogle, East Coast Demerara. Officials confirmed that the right wing of a Britten Norman Trislander aircraft exploded at the Roraima Airways hangar.Head of the local airline, Captain Gerry Gouveia, disclosed that the incident resulted in the engineer suffering burns to the hand and fractured ankles. He was taken to a private medical institution where he was admitted for treatment. His condition is listed as stable.Gouveia described the incident as a maintenance accident. He noted that the incident took place during a routine examination of the aircraft. The cause of the explosion is yet to be determined.The GCAA is also probing this incident.
While Nigerians throughout the world may have been rejoicing over the news that their country now has the biggest economy in Africa, the situation in Liberia was totally different this week.Local Nigerians were staging a demonstration calling on President Goodluck Jonathan to have Ambassador Chigozie F. Obi-Nnadozie recalled.The Nigerians, who allegedly came from every part of Liberia for the protest instigated by the leadership of the Nigerian Community and Descendants Union of Liberia (NCDUL), on Wednesday, April 8, converged on the Nigerian Embassy in a protest intended to prevail upon the government of Nigeria to have Ambassador Obi Nnadozie recalled for what they termed as a “lack of respect and outright disdain for the welfare of NCDUL members.”The protesters said Ambassador Nnadozie’s continued stay in Liberia is not only unfavorable to the welfare, safety and security of all people of Nigeria and their descendants in Liberia, but harmful to the supreme interest of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as a sovereign state.The Liberian National Police, upon getting hints of the situation, barricaded the Nigerian Embassy to ensure the Ambassador’s protection. The LNP arrested the organizers of the protest upon noticing the situation was beginning to get out of hand. They pushed the crowd away from the Embassy entrance until they had moved across the street.The Secretary General of the Nigerian association, Rev. Vincent Abuka, catalogued several grievances that the organization has against Ambassador Nnadozie.Rev. Abuka said the Ambassador has shown a clear lack of respect, if not outright disdain, for their organization, which was founded in 1948-a time when she was not yet born.He said she seeks to destroy the organization by forming a rival organization made predominantly of a handful person from her state of origin. According to him, this has caused her to sideline the majority of Nigerians and their descendants.The NCDUL stalwart said, “The Ambassador has on several occasions expelled from the premises of the Embassy, the NCDUL’s president and other prominent elders she invited to the Embassy for meetings.” “She also reported NCDUL’s President to the Justice Ministry accusing him of obstructing her functions as Ambassador. She instigated the detention of NCDUL president Elder Felix U. Ebeku. This is totally against the fraternity that we share as Nigerians.”He accused the Ambassador of denying and obstructing the return of corpses of deceased Nigerians back home for burial as custom demands, saying, “Her actions often compound the sorrows of relatives. Before her arrival this behavior was unheard of in Liberia.”He alleged that Ambassador Nnadozie is extorting money from her compatriots as registration fees at the Embassy; something they used to do free of charge.The NCDUL Secretary said: “Without any evidence, our Ambassador collectively branded Nigerians and their descendants in Liberia as terrorists and Boko-Haram insurgents, thereby threatening our security in the country. This is unacceptable; her newest statement against us supports recent claims by a top Liberian security operative that Nigerian businessmen in the country are Boko-Haram operatives.”When contacted for comments or reactions to the claims of the NCDUL leaders, Ambassador Nnadozie after answering unceremoniously, cut-off her phone. When this reporter called back a male voice answered the phone and started insulting him.“Why you people are not interested in promoting a good image of Nigeria and only choose to publish negative things about this country.” The man, who was speaking for the Ambassador, said that she had, at the time of the protest, gone to the launch of a new Nigerian business; something he said would promote better relations between the two countries rather than giving heed to something unnecessary.The NCDUL leadership told journalists that its members have begun to observe a week of fasting and prayer to seek divine intervention for the recall of the Ambassador, who they said has been “very insensitive” to the plights of the larger Nigerian community in Liberia.It is alleged that the protesters are all naturalized Liberians that should, thus, have nothing to do with Nigeria. It is rumored the protesters have yet to denounce their Nigerian nationality officially or legally. Rev. Vincent Abuka denied the claims saying they had no substance. “When issues like this come up, you become aware all kinds of people are willing to use propaganda. I can tell you that 99 percent of us here at the Embassy today are not naturalized and will continue to be Nigerians,” Rev. Abuka concluded.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…AFC says it is committed to coalition politics at national levelThe Alliance For Change (AFC) has announced that it would contest the Local Government Elections without being in coalition with A Partnership For National Unity (APNU), but the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has described this AFC move as deceitful and unscrupulous politics.Subsequent to the AFC announcement, the PPP, in a release, stated that since the AFC’s coalition with the APNU in 2015, the AFC has adopted inconsistent, flip-flopping and deceptive political postures as it struggles to survive as a relevant political force.“We have seen how it flip-flopped on many issues in the past, including the parking meter contract, VAT on education, the sugar industry; and even before they entered into the coalition, Khemraj Ramjattan is on public record saying that the AFC will never enter into a coalition with the APNU/PNC, because if it does so, it will be “dead meat”, the PPP posited.The PPP added that the AFC has consistently taken public positions on issues as it attempts to fool the populace, but its intention is only to strengthen its negotiation leverage with APNU.The PPP is of the belief that the AFC’s announcement that it would contest the upcoming Local Government Elections separate from APNU is part of a ploy.“Again, the intent can be gleaned from its public statement in which it indicated that it will not contest in all of the Local Authority areas. The trickery is that (the AFC) will come into certain PPP strongholds in which APNU will not contest, as a Trojan horse, pretending to be independent of the APNU in order to garner some sympathy votes in these areas”, the PPP added.“If they think they can pull off such clumsy stunts, (it) is illustrative of the lack of respect which they have for the intelligence of the Guyanese electorate”, the PPP said.The Opposition party has called upon every single Guyanese not to allow themselves to be used by this moribund cabal of untrustworthy politicians who are grasping at the last straw for their survival.The AFC announcement of this important decision was made on Sunday via a statement to the media. According to the minority party in the coalition Government, “This decision was reached following the inconclusive negotiations with APNU.”Efforts to contact the Chairman of the APNU, Basil Williams, for a comment on Sunday proved futile. However, the General Secretary of the People’s National Congress (PNC), the leading party in the five-member APNU coalition, Amna Ally, told the Guyana Times that she found out about AFC’s decision in a newscast.Meanwhile, the AFC said this separation applies only for the 2018 Local Government polls, and “does not, in any way, affect the APNU+AFC Coalition Government, nor does it, in any way, change the AFC’s position on coalition politics at the national level. The AFC remains, and reaffirms that it is, committed to the APNU+AFC Coalition.”Following its decision, the party’s Management Committee has since resolved into the LGE Campaign Committee and is chaired by Executive Member David Patterson, who has been appointed Campaign Director. Additionally, Juretha Fernandes has been appointed Deputy Campaign Director, while appointments to other positions will be done subsequently.“The AFC is in full preparation mode for LGE, including hosting meetings in the various constituencies and identifying potential candidates who will be subject to a rigorous internal vetting process before official appointment. Candidates will be addressing the local issues which are of concern to citizens, and working collaboratively to find practical and implementable solutions,” Sunday’s missive stated.It further outlined that the AFC will soon determine which municipalities and constituencies it would strategically contest, as it does not envision contesting in each Neighbourhood Democratic Council and in every constituency of all municipalities, until subsequent election cycles.“The AFC is confident in the support it will continue to receive from the people of Guyana, and can assure citizens that it will only nominate candidates of the highest calibre and quality,” the party noted.On February 14 last, the APNU and AFC celebrated their 3rd year anniversary since signing the “lovers’ deal”.However, the AFC of recent has come under fire for the submissive role it has been playing since joining forces with the APNU. In fact, the top leadership of the AFC had decided back mid-November to revise its governing agreement with its majority coalition partner.The Cummingsburg Accord has a lifespan of a minimum of three years and maximum of five years, and was focused primarily on the General and Regional Elections.To this end, the AFC had proposed as part of the nine points up for negotiation with its coalition partner that an agreement on LGE be crafted. In fact, the minority coalition partner detailed some of its positions for negotiation in the LGE Accord. The AFC’s NEC, after a May 1 meeting, had allowed additional time for the two coalition partners to have a definitive written agreement in the form of a Local Government Elections Accord.
What’s your position?Sam: “I’m a goalie.”So far, what have you kind of done as a goalie?Sam: “For this year, I played on Saturday and we won, which was nice as I haven’t played a game in a very long time so it was nice to finally get a win.”Who is your favourite hockey team?Sam: “The Detroit Red Wings.”Who is your favourite player?Sam: “Petr Mrázek.”Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – This week’s Huskies Player of the Week is #30 Goalie Sam Smith.Each week, a different player from the Huskies will be interviewed.As part of a weekly feature, Sam was met at the rink to talk about himself and his team effort.- Advertisement -Sam Smith Facts:Age: 18Height: 6′ 3″Weight: 185 lbs.Shoots: —Hometown: Calgary, A.B. What kind of music do you listen to?Sam: “I’m a big country guy but I listen to everything.”What is your favourite food?Sam: “My favourite food would have to be mac and cheese.”What do you hope for the future, in terms of this season?Sam: “Just in terms of this season, I think we got a good group here. The guys are really nice and really welcoming so I think we’ll make a good push and, hopefully, repeat what they did last year as in winning the championship.” How long have you been with the Huskies?Sam: “This will be my fifth day here.”How does being a new goalie feel?Sam: “It feels alright. I’ve been bouncing around for the past two months, so it’s nice to finally have a place to call home.”Advertisement
Recent evaluation of the program’s nicotine replacement therapy shows it helps people attempt to quit, and to be successful.“We’re happy to help people who want to make 2016 the year they quit smoking,” said Geraldine Vance, CEO of the BC Pharmacy Association.“Community pharmacists are accessible and committed to helping patients live healthier lives.”The Ministry of Health completed a survey this year of 3,000 smokers who used nicotine replacement therapy as part of the program. More than a quarter of the people surveyed had quit smoking.Advertisement VICTORIA, B.C. — The B.C. government is helping those who have made a New Years resolution to quit smoking, with easier access to get the tools to quit.As of Jan. 1, 2016, smokers who want to quit can now join the British Columbia Smoking Cessation Program and access free nicotine replacement therapy products just by visiting any community pharmacy in the province.Health Minister Terry Lake said the program was changed to make it easier for people trying to quit, or even trying again.- Advertisement -“I have seen friends and family struggle to break their terrible addiction to cigarettes,” he says. “I hope this improved program helps others avoid the same struggle and the health problems that come from smoking.”Before, people wishing to join the program had to contact HealthLink BC by calling 8-1-1 to get access. Since it began in 2011, the Province has invested more than $38 million into the program. More than 187,000, or 25 per cent of smokers in B.C., have used the program to try to quit.The program is adding more nicotine replacement choices for people trying to quit, too. Smokers now have the option of choosing nicotine lozenges or inhalers, as well as nicotine gum and the nicotine skin patch previously paid for by the program.Advertisement More than half had managed to quit for a month or longer, and three-quarters smoked less after participating in the program. 65 per cent agreed the program helped or is helping them try to quit smoking.The B.C. Government says more than 6,000 British Columbians die from the effects of tobacco use each year, and it is the single most-preventable cause of disease and death in the province.
0Shares0000Andres Iniesta admitted Barcelona’s shock defeat to Roma was ‘painful’ © AFP / Filippo MONTEFORTEMADRID, Spain, Apr 11 – Barcelona skipper Andres Iniesta admitted his crushing disappointment after the Catalans were sent packing from the Champions League by Roma in sensational fashion on Tuesday.“It is very painful because nobody expected it with the lead we had,” Iniesta told Catalunya TV. “When you do things badly, you commit lots of mistakes and we didn’t adapt to the game. It is a massive disappointment given the season we had been having.”Barcelona went to Rome leading 4-1 after the first leg of their quarter-final tie, but a 3-0 loss at the Stadio Olimpico condemned the five-time European champions to a defeat on away goals.It is their third consecutive exit from the competition in the last eight.“We always try to give the maximum but we are knocked out and now feel everyone’s pain. We had high hopes this season and it has escaped us again,” added the 33-year-old, who also acknowledged that the game could have been his last in the competition for Barca amid uncertainty about his future beyond this season.Barcelona fell behind to an Edin Dzeko goal inside six minutes with Daniele De Rossi netting a 58th-minute penalty before Kostas Manolas headed in the crucial goal eight minutes from the end.The defeat came with Barca currently on course to win La Liga and with a Copa del Rey final against Sevilla approaching later this month.They are unbeaten in La Liga and had only previously lost once all season, to Espanyol in the Copa del Rey.“I would be lying if I told you we can take something positive from this,” midfielder Sergio Busquets told beIN SPORTS.“It is a very sad way to fall after the result we had. They were superior to us in all aspects.”Meanwhile, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu apologised to the club’s supporters.“The dream for all of us was to reach the semis and I’m very sorry to all the Barcelona fans in the world,” he told Catalunya TV.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Coach Stanley Okumbi has exuded confidence in the team, noting that they are going to give it their best.“We are in a tough group but I think the tougher the group the better the challenge,” said coach Okumbi.“With the quality of players we have in the team I don’t think we have an excuse of not getting positive results. I have challenged my players that this is their chance of showcasing what they can do and I am confident we will do well,” added the coach.Kenya has been pooled in Group B alongside Ethiopia, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Uganda, Sudan, Eritrea, and Djibouti make up Group A while Burundi, South Sudan, and Somalia constitute Group C.The top three teams from Group A and B will join the top two from Group C in the quarterfinals.0Shares0000(Visited 20 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The Kenya U20 National Team players cool off during their final training session ahead of their departure to Uganda for the upcoming CECAFA Championships. Photo/FKFNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 18 – The Kenya Under-20 football team, the Rising Stars, held its final training session on Tuesday at the Gems Cambridge International School, ahead of their departure to Uganda for the upcoming CECAFA U20 Championships.The Rising Stars are set to depart for Jinja, Uganda on Wednesday for the junior regional showpiece, which is set to be played between September 21, and October 5.