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Posted by: | Posted on: January 18, 2020

MOA Launches Animal Vaccination

first_imgThe Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Resources Division, will launch a vaccination campaign called “Newcastle disease (ND) known as “chicken Sickness”.This initiative, according to a MICAT release is intended to promote animal production and food security in the country and is scheduled to take place on February 3. The campaign is a cardinal step towards the progressive control of the Newcastle and other poultry disease in the fifteen (15) counties.As a preventive measure aimed at avoiding spread of the disease, the Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Agriculture is asking all farmers to have their chickens available to be vaccinated.The Newcastle Disease (ND) commonly called “Chicken Sickness” is observed during the months of February through April. Some chickens that may survive the disease by means of immune built-up may result in reduce in egg production and misshape eggs and less meat production.Severe pandemic of Newcastle Disease can cause 100 percent mortality in unvaccinated chickens in rural communities leaving households without an important source of animal protein and income.The government believes that by simply participating and making your chickens available for this vaccine will increase income for small farmers and achieve significant improvements for their families and other members of the community.The Ministry is however calling on all counties authorities including clan chiefs, town chiefs, County livestock officers, cattle chairman of various communities and health workers of livestock to form part of the process in their individual counties in order to ensure the successful implementation of the vaccine. The massive campaign is expected to begin on February 3, 2014.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: January 14, 2020

20 Students Poised to Compete in ‘Dunking and 3 Points’ Tourney

first_imgThe suspension of basketball in the country since the outbreak of the Ebola has caused drought to passionate basketball fans for about year, but probably in the eve of Liberia’s 168th independence celebrations 20 players are poised to battle in the first ‘Inter High School Dunking and Three points Competition.’The evening of Saturday – July 25, beginning at 2:00pm at the Monrovia YMCA, will see 10 students each would be marked and identified – perhaps at least five feet in height – to participate in the Dunking or 3 Points Competition– to express either their moderate jumping abilities or sharpness in shooting.Though it would be the maiden edition of the competition, spectators will be eager to witness the power, enthusiasm, discipline and coordination of the kids to promote themselves and their schools.The highest dunker would walk away with a gigantic golden trophy and US$100 same as in the 3 points competition.Mr. Calvin Diggs named some of the participating schools as Lenn Miller, Haywood, BW Harris, St. Peter’s Lutheran, CWA, St. Matthew’s and St. Edward’s of central Monrovia, Paynesville and Bushrod Island.“We would reveal the names players and the trophies this Friday in the Media Launch and tickets would go on sale next Monday,” Mr. Diggs. “The judges of the competition would comprise of old-timers and veteran basketball players.”An All Star basketball game and special performance by ERICGESO and Angels (All girls dancing crew) will perform to crown the all-day tournament.“Almost all the schools in Monrovia and its environs have the application forms and they need to fill them up and drop them at the Flames basketball office, on Lynch Street, Harmon Building – behind the Sports Commission,” Mr. Diggs indicated. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: December 26, 2019

Celtic star to return, Gerrard warns Rangers, Aberdeen ace makes non-league move

first_imgCeltic manager Brendan Rodgers is considering recalling Dedryck Boyata from his post-World Cup holiday early to fix his defensive crisis. The boss is facing a headache ahead of next week’s Champions League qualifying clash against Rosenborg after Jozo Simunovic was sent off in last night’s 3-0 win over Alashkert. (The Scotsman)Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has sent a warning to his strike force that they must start finding the net soon or find themselves replaced by summer signings. (The Herald)Adam Rooney has left Aberdeen to sign for English non-league club Salford City. The 30-year-old Irish striker was offered a significant wage increase to join the fifth-tier National League side. (The Times) 🗣 “It’s something I really wanted to be a part of” New signing Adam Rooney’s first interview will be available to watch on YouTube from 12:30pm today! pic.twitter.com/wYoeiEYxc9— Salford City FC (@SalfordCityFC) July 19, 2018Manager Derek McInnes has paid tribute to Rooney as the Irish frontman leaves after scoring 88 goals in 197 games for the Dons, saying: “We wish Adam all the very best with his new venture and it is always with a heavy heart when you lose a good player who is also a really good person. Since I signed Adam four-and-a-half years ago, he has given us nothing but good value and has been a fantastic boy to work with.” (Press Association)Celtic skipper Scott Brown has been labelled ‘presumptuous’ by Hibernian manager Neil Lennon after the midfielder discussing Hibs star John McGinn joining him at the Glasgow club. (Scottish Sun)Lennon has also insisted striker Simon Murray’s shock move to South Africa was his best option as he would struggle to hold down a first-team place at Easter Road this season. The 26-year-old has joined Premier Soccer League outfit Bidvest Wits in a £150,000 deal. (Edinburgh Evening News)Aberdeen will have the advantage in their upcoming Europa League clash against Premier League side Burnley, according to Clarets striker Sam Vokes, who says the Dons are the fitter team. (Scottish Sun) Hearts are set to sign Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Colin Doyle, 33, who is due to undergo a medical today following his departure from Bradford City at the end of last season. (Edinburgh Evening News)St Mirren midfielder Jordan Kirkpatrick could miss the first three months of the new Scottish Premiership season after Alan Stubbs revealed he had damaged knee ligaments. (The Herald)Rotherham defender Dom Ball has said he is “delighted” to be back at Aberdeen after returning to Pittodrie on another season-long loan deal. (Press Association) Celtic want to sign Hibernian star John McGinn talkSPORT.com take a look at all the biggest Scottish gossip in Thursday’s papers and online… 2 2last_img read more