Participants during the Advocacy stakeholders meeting in Monrovia.Ahead of a 3-day Polio immunization exercise in the country, the Ministry of Health (MOH), World Health Organization (WHO), with support from the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has begun holding advocacy meetings with stakeholders.The meeting is intended to intensify awareness as well as discuss the challenges faced during the exercise, and to ensure possibilities for successful conduct of the immunization process is expected to begin from May 10_13, 2019 across the country.Samson Q. Wiah, Deputy Program Manager, Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI), informed a cross section of participants that the campaign is of public health concern is essential to highlight major issues, including challenges that will help to design new strategies for the successful conduct of the immunization exercise.Wiah said as the ministry gears up to begin the process in the field, its public health team, including community volunteers, are going to reach out to every house, village, community, urban district of the country to ensure that no child is left out of the vaccination targeting children from 0-59 months, with supplements.Some of the supplements contained vitamin “A” which provides good eye sight for children, and also protect them from polio and other diseases.The team will also be administering Mebendazole (worm tablets). All of these vaccines will help to boost immunity and protect the child from other infectious diseases as well.“The polio vaccine is free, safe and does not have any negative impact on the child’s health, as it has been perceived in the public,” Wiah said.He recalled that since 2010, there has been no case of polio reported in the country; a plus for Liberia.It may be recalled that on March 7, 2017, the Ministry of Health with support from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), World Health Organization and other partners concluded a four-day polio immunization campaign from February 24– 27, targeting a total of 945,464 children from 0– 59 months. The post-campaign independent monitoring data at the time indicated that Liberia has achieved over 95 percent national coverage in each of the last five consecutive polio campaigns.However, research has shown that there are three countries in the world that are still carrying the polio disease, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“I thank God for this far because I have just been hearing of this award but today, I have witnessed it and it has come to me. I am really happy and this is a huge motivation for me,” Mukhekhe said amidst chuckles, still trying to comprehend his luck and award for hard work.He adds; “It is my first season playing in the Premier League and from here, I want to keep on working hard to not only get to play for the national team but also play in the top leagues in Europe and around the world.”Nakumatt FC wingback Boniface Mukhekhe is congratulated by his teammates after being named the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK)/SportPesa May 2018 Kenyan Premier League player of the month. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMukhekhe playing his first season in top flight football scored thrice, including two worldie volleys against Vihiga United and Kakamega Homeboyz and provided three assists from his marauding runs on the right side.The shy, soft spoken but hard working player joined Nakumatt as a right winger, but new coach Melis Medo has quickly transformed him into a right back, a position in which he has flourished and with it came the award.“Boni is a great player; he listens, he works hard… his work load is fantastic. He has been doing good playing from right back to right midfield to winger and I am happy for him. We all are,” his coach Medo said after the player got the award.The hugely religious Mukhekhe further paid tribute to the changes the coach has made as well as the effort his teammates have put in and he now targets to help the side finish inside the top five at the end of the season.“We just need to work hard as players and trust in God because without him we are nothing. This year we have to get into the top five. We started the season poorly because of the lack of sponsorship but once we got one, things changed immediately,” he added.Nakumatt FC wingback Boniface Mukhekhe poses with representatives from sponsors SportPesa and LG after being named the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK)/SportPesa May 2018 Kenyan Premier League player of the month. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluWith the award, Mukhekhe takes home a custom made trophy, a 49-inch LG Television and a cash reward of Sh100,000. On top of that, his teammates will get an additional Sh50,000 to pat them on their backs for helping their mate earn the award.Meanwhile, Nakumatt head coach Medo has urged his team to keep pressing in the same direction after witnessing resurgence since his take over at the club.The Egyptian-born-American whose work scope has seen him working at his native New York and Qatar says they will take a game at a time as they look to finish the season as high as they can.“For us we just need to keep it simple and continue enjoying what we do. There is still a lot of hard work to be done but we need to take each week at a time,” the coach noted.Currently 12th in the KPL standings, Nakumatt have only lost once in their last six outings, an away 3-1 thrashing at the hands of Sony Sugar. They have won four and drawn one. This weekend, they face another away trip, going to Chemelil Sugar.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Nakumatt FC wingback Boniface Mukhekhe poses with his trophy after being named the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK)/SportPesa May 2018 Kenyan Premier League player of the month. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 27- Nakumatt FC wingback Boniface Mukhekhe was visibly excited and lost for words after receiving the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK)/ SportPesa Kenyan Premier League (KPL) player of the month award for May on Wednesday morning.The former GFE 105 man found favor with the SJAK football committee, polling 21 votes to beat Sofapaka’s Kepha Aswani and teammate Cornelius Juma who managed 19 and 11 votes respectively to bag the coveted crown.
Former Chelsea forward Chris Sutton insists the club are not going through a crisis, despite their stuttering start to the season.The champions have taken just one point from their opening two Premier League games and suffered a heavy defeat to title rivals Manchester City last weekend.Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho controversially hauled captain John Terry off at half-time at the Etihad Stadium, raising questions about the 34-year-old’s future in the starting line-up.However, Sutton says recent criticism of Terry and his manager has been blown out of proportion and backed Chelsea to rediscover the form which saw them cruise to the title last season.“I don’t think many people are in a position to question Mourinho and his decisions,” Sutton told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“Obviously things don’t seem to be going very well. They started their pre-season late, but in the end it’s about results and Chelsea have had a disappointing start to the season.“I don’t think that Mourinho has taken his eye off the ball in any way.They were beaten by a better Manchester City side at the weekend but I don’t think it’s a crisis.“It wasn’t working at the weekend, Mourinho made a change, it’s as simple as that. It doesn’t mean John Terry is finished by any means. It’s all much ado about nothing.“This is the top, top level. It’s no big deal though as far as I can see. John Terry will come back and play regularly.”
Ashley Nicholl is led into court yesterdayA 21 year old man who went on a drunken rampage wrecking four holiday homes in Inishowen has been jailed for a total of ten months.Ashley Nicholl broke into the homes along with two other men during a drunken orgy of destruction on January 31st 2010. The men wrecked the houses in Moville, Malin and Culdaff which belonged to holiday-home owners from Northern Ireland and the UK.The men destroyed kitchens, stairs, living rooms, smashed mirrors and broke fridges and televisions during the rampage.It total they caused more than €56,000 worth of damage to the four properties.Nicholl was caught when a finger print taken from the scene of the house in Moville matched his when he allowed it to be taken.Nicholl admitted his part in the crimes but said he didn’t remember all of what happened because he was very drunk.Letterkenny Circuit Court heard the crimes were very unusual in that very little was taken but it appeared to be just a wanton act of mindless vandalism.Nicholl wrote a letter to the court and apologised for what he had done and promised to get a job and would try to repay the money when he did.Judge John O’Hagan held up photos of the damage to one of the properties for the courtroom to see.He said that such areas depend vastly on tourism and warned that people like Nicholl was putting the tourism industry in great danger by sending out messages like this to potential visitors.Nicholl’s mother was in court with her son and Judge O’Hagan thanked her for coming but told Nicholl that she must be very ashamed of him for what he had done.He sentenced him to two years for each of the four burglaries with all sentences to run concurrently.He also suspended the last year and backdated the sentence from when Nicholl first entered prison in May.MAN WHO WRECKED DONEGAL HOLIDAY HOMES IN €56,000 RAMPAGE IS JAILED was last modified: July 17th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Ashley Nichollburglaryholiday homesInishowen
Lazio president Claudio Lotito and sporting director Igli Tare have already met with the 23-year-old’s agent, who claims his client is considering his options.However, the Italian club have confirmed to Manchester United and Real Madrid that their star midfielder will not be sold on the cheap.Lazio are still demanding close to £130 million for Milinkovic-Savic and that amount is, at the moment, non-negotiable. Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Several clubs have made enquiries about the Serbian, including Juventus, Manchester United and Real Madrid.And now, according to Italian newspaper Il Messaggero, Lazio chiefs have met with representatives from Manchester United and Real Madrid.Meetings reportedly took place on Friday with both clubs keen to discuss a potential move for Milinkovic-Savic. Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland 1 targets blunder Manchester United and Real Madrid have reportedly met top officials from Lazio to discuss a move for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.The midfielder established himself as one of the stars of Serie A last season and is considered hot property this summer. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Top transfer stories from talkSPORT.com IN DEMAND The bizarre reason why Man United didn’t sign new Liverpool playmaker Minamino LATEST targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Liverpool tracking Toulouse youngster ahead of possible January move Gossip The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star REVEALED RANKED Sergej Milinkovic-Savic had a great season in Serie A last season and made a positive impression at the World Cup
DDTV: St Eunan’s Letterkenny 4-10 St Malachy’s Belfast 0-5The Danske Bank MacLarnon Cup is certain to make its way to Donegal next month after last night’s second semi-final at Garvaghey in which St Eunan’s Letterkenny emphatically scored an emphatic 17 points victory over St Malachy’s to set up a final meeting with Coláistí Inis Eoghain on St Patrick’s Day.Indeed the result looked a formality at the break with St Eunan’s having played superbly against the elements to lead by 2-8 to 0-5.St Malachy’s dug in during the second half and restricted the Donegal side to just 2-2. But they never looked like breaking down the Letterkenny defence for the goals needed to progress.David Tyrell burst through for the first goal and Dara McDaid added a second in the opening half, while McDaid and Sean Hume split the posts for 3 points each. St Malachy’s had 2 points each for Odhran Eastwood and Seamus McGarry, but their defence on several occasions coughed up possession rather easily and were quickly made to pay for it.In the second half, McDaid found the net once more, as did Rory Carr. However by that point the game was over as a contest and a tasty derby final had been set up.St Eunan’s : Dara McDaid 2-4, David Tyrell 1-1, Sean Hume 0-3, Niall O’Donnell 0-2.St Malachy’s : Odhran Eastwood 0-2, Seamus McGarry 0-2, Ben Rice 0-1 DDTV: ST EUNAN’S COLLEGE ‘RAIN’ SUPREME was last modified: February 27th, 2014 by John2Share 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:DDTVInishowenMacLarnon CupSt.Eunan’s College
The news media and journals continue to publish one-sided statements against intelligent design (ID) – even though scientific evidence continues to support design on many fronts (see 05/11/2010, 05/07/2010, 05/06/2010 from just this past week). Sometimes, in other venues, the kind of rhetoric employed would be characterized as hate speech. These statements are usually printed without any opportunity for rebuttal. Often the perpetrators make religious arguments rather than presenting scientific evidence for their claims. Some of them even say ID is bad theology, and that religious institutions should ally with Darwinism against ID. At the same time, they typically will never say anything critical of Darwinian evolution. ID proponents are stuck with having to respond to these charges in their own websites and publications. Here are some recent examples.John Avise in PNAS1 wrote a paper labeling ID as “religious creationism” but then used religious arguments in a science journal to attack it: i.e., “God wouldn’t make the world this way” –Intelligent design (ID)—the latest incarnation of religious creationism—posits that complex biological features did not accrue gradually via natural evolutionary forces but, instead, were crafted ex nihilo by a cognitive agent. Yet, many complex biological traits are gratuitously complicated, function poorly, and debilitate their bearers. Furthermore, such dysfunctional traits abound not only in the phenotypes but inside the genomes of eukaryotic species. Here, I highlight several outlandish features of the human genome that defy notions of ID by a caring cognitive agent. These range from de novo mutational glitches that collectively kill or maim countless individuals (including embryos and fetuses) to pervasive architectural flaws (including pseudogenes, parasitic mobile elements, and needlessly baroque regulatory pathways) that are endogenous in every human genome. Gross imperfection at the molecular level presents a conundrum for the traditional paradigms of natural theology as well as for recent assertions of ID, but it is consistent with the notion of nonsentient contrivance by evolutionary forces. In this important philosophical sense, the science of evolutionary genetics should rightly be viewed as an ally (not an adversary) of mainstream religions because it helps the latter to escape the profound theological enigmas posed by notions of ID.This paper was part of a lengthy series called the Sackler Colloquium, “In the Light of Evolution IV,” that was completely one-sided for Darwinism. Not a single pro-ID position was invited, even though there is a long tradition of theological, philosophical and scientific positions answering the types of arguments Avise presented. David Tyler presented a rebuttal to Avise’s position on the ID blog Access Research Network.Michael Zimmerman leapt for joy at Avise’s paper in the Huffington Post, saying, “In case you had any doubt, the last nail was just placed in the coffin of intelligent design (ID). And, in case you had any doubt, that last nail joins many others that have been in place for quite some time.” His article was entitled, “Intelligent Design: Scientifically and Religiously Bankrupt.” Zimmerman is the activist behind the Clergy Letter Project, trying to get religious leaders to sign a statement in support of Darwinian evolution. Robert Crowther compared his arguments to the Hindenberg on Evolution News & Views.Michael Ruse called ID an “oxymoron” and a “mountain of waffle resting on analogy” in The Guardian. “Neither scientists nor believers should touch it,” he said. Responding to Steve Fuller in The Guardian (a philosopher who has given ID a fair shake; see Uncommon Descent), Ruse called ID “very bad theology.” Jay Richards wondered on Evolution News & Views why Ruse, a science philosopher and historian, thinks he is an expert on theology. Casey Luskin also responded on Evolution News & Views, joking, “I love watching atheists try to tell religious people what they should believe about God.”Joshua Rosenau of the National Center for Science Education (NCSE) wrote for Science Blogs that ID and creationism is kind of like – believe it or not – postmodernism and Marxism. This is a strange charge, considering that most proponents of ID or creationism would be adamantly opposed to both of those ideologies. Robert Crowther on Evolution News & Views tried to straighten the picture right side up again.Francisco Ayala is a former Dominican priest turned evolutionary biologist. One might think a person with religious roots would have a soft spot in his heart for thoughts of design in the world, but Ayala has been among the most harsh in his rhetoric against ID, calling ID an “atrocity” that is “disastrous to religion” among other things. He even accused supporters of ID in the Discovery Institute of not really believing what they are saying. He made these remarks recently in Spain (see Uncommon Descent for translation). This set off a series of responses by ID supporters (see idnet.com.au response on Uncommon Descent and Barry Arrington on Uncommon Descent). Back in March, Ayala wrote a book review critical of Stephen Meyer’s Signature in the Cell for BioLogos, the website of theistic evolutionist Francis Collins. Ayala used the argument for dysteleology and suffering to call ID a form of “blasphemy” for attributing the human genome to the design of God. David Klinghoffer complained on Evolution News & Views that Ayala apparently didn’t even bother to read Meyer’s book. Klinghoffer later in March took Ayala again to task on ENV, and with him, Darrell Falk for allowing a slipshod review by a staunch evolutionist on the BioLogos website. Meanwhile, Francisco Ayala was welcomed by the National Academy of Sciences’ Sackler Colloquium, “In the Light of Evolution IV,” to present his opinions on the evolution of morality by Darwinian natural selection. In his paper in PNAS,2 Ayala’s first sentence paid homage to Darwin’s Descent of Man (1871). After dismissing theological explanations for morality, including those of Aquinas and Paley, he gave Darwin the pride of place. He explained morality in purely mechanistic terms: as an “exaptation,” or unplanned consequence of natural selection for intelligence, that turned out to be advantageous. In other words, morality is an impersonal, unplanned accident. He gave the same explanation for human rationality. It appears that Ayala repudiates any role for divine involvement for any of the unique features of the human psyche in any way, shape, or form; yet this is the man that BioLogos welcomed as a “a moderating influence in the science/religion dialog.” Ayala also received this year’s Templeton Prize for progress in “affirming life’s spiritual dimension” – an honor once awarded to Billy Graham, Alexander Solzhenitzen, Chuck Colson, Bill Bright and Mother Theresa (see comment on CMI).At the same time that supporters of intelligent design are struggling to get a fair hearing in the media against an onslaught of what they consider misrepresentation, ridicule and repudiation of their views without opportunity for rebuttal, Darwinists get free rein to pronounce evolution as simply obvious. Claims of evidence for evolution are often exaggerated and presented uncritically, without opposing viewpoints, often accompanied by triumphal headlines that proclaim Darwinism has been overwhelmingly confirmed. A good example of this occurred this week when Douglas Theobald, author of a pro-Darwin book, announced in Nature that a formal test confirmed Darwin’s theory of universal common ancestry.3 Mike Steel and David Penny quickly praised this “strong quantitative support” for Darwin’s theory in the same issue of Nature,4 “Perhaps the most interesting aspect of Theobald’s work,” they said, “is not the conclusion – common ancestry is the default view in science. But a formal test of evolution itself requires considerable ingenuity.” So Theobald got praise for his ingenuity in devising a test of evolution, because ingenuity is required to test a default view – a very strange situation in science, one might think. But since Charles Darwin’s name was prominent and paramount in both papers, the popular press was soon on board, too. PhysOrg announced “First large-scale test confirms Darwin’s theory of universal common ancestry,” without so much stopping to wonder why it took 150 years for the first such test. National Geographic went overboard, though. It’s headline, “All Species Evolved From Single Cell, Study Finds,” was accompanied by a large photo of a herpetologist looking face-to-face at a snake, as if to evoke an Adamic curse on anyone who would deny this knowledge of good and evil. Then the subtitle quoted Theobald’s opinion about his opponents, the creationists, who, naturally, were given no opportunity to respond: “Creationism called ‘absolutely horrible hypothesis’—statistically speaking.”1. John Avise, “Footprints of nonsentient design inside the human genome,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, print May 5, 2010, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0914609107.2. Francisco Ayala, “The difference of being human: Morality,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, published online before print May 5, 2010, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0914616107.3. Douglas Theobald, “A formal test of the theory of universal common ancestry,” Nature 465, pp 219�222, 13 May 2010, doi:10.1038/nature09014.4. Mike Steel and David Penny, “Origins of life: Common ancestry put to the test,” Nature 465, pp 168�169, 13 May 2010, doi:10.1038/465168a.No comments are really necessary here; the articles speak for themselves. If anyone thinks this situation is fair, or desirable in scientific or intellectual circles, or represents the way an enlightened free marketplace of ideas is supposed to operate, that person needs a serious deprogramming session. This is Malice in Blunderland, where up is down, in is out, the mobsters are running the city, and the inmates are running the asylum.(Visited 50 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
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cristiano ronaldoFIFAfootballlionel messi First Published: September 21, 2019, 11:28 PM IST Eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt has also weighed into the never-ending world famous debate of who is the better footballer between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.Bolt was recently interviewed by FIFA.com during which he was asked whom between Messi and Ronaldo has had the best football career. “Both! Many people are asking this question, but they are two geniuses of football,” Bolt said in reply. “I have always been a big fan of Ronaldo. I admire his ability to succeed in different championships: England, Spain and now Italy.”The star sprinter was later asked who he would be rooting for — among Messi, Ronaldo and Liverpool’s Virgil Van Dijk — in the upcoming FIFA Best Awards.”These are three wonderful players. Ronaldo and Messi won the prize five times each. For his part, Van Dijk has just won the UEFA prize and in view of his performances in Liverpool last season, his time may have come. But as a supporter of Manchester United, I would surely vote for Ronaldo!” Bolt said.He also included Ronaldo in his dream team of footballers for teaming up in a 4x100m relay event. “Ronaldo, Mbappé and Gareth Bale,” Bolt replied. Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.