FDA Deputy MD Dedicates Refurbished St. Paul Police Cells

first_imgMr. Plewon addresses reporters shortly after the dedicatory ceremony ended.Benjamin Tennessee Plewon, III, Forestry Development Authority (FDA) Deputy Managing Director for Administration and Finance, says the growth and success of any nation depends on the collective effort of its citizens through a spirit of nationalism.Plewon said national renewal is possible in the wake of national consciousness to move forward as a people and nation, an FDA release has said.According to the release, Mr. Plewon made the statement when he dedicated the refurbished male and female cells of the St. Paul Police Depot on Bushrod Island, Monrovia.Through the kind gesture of the Gabriel Weah Movement for Peace, Advocacy and Development, the cells were refurbished to a much more decent standard.Mr. Plewon, who also serves as Board Chairman for the Movement, said that the organization has a dream to expand its services to needy communities, the prison cells being its priority.He said that inmates are humans. And even though they individually or collectively allegedly committed crimes, they deserve care and attention, adding, “They deserve the right to better healthcare.”Plewon noted that the Movement has a tradition to always buttress the effort of President Weah’s Pro-Poor Agenda by providing quality living condition to the Liberian people. He then challenged police officers assigned in the area to use those facilities properly and for their intended purposes at all times.It can be recalled that Mr. Plewon dedicated two newly refurbished cells at the Banjor Police zone 6 depot #1, located in Hotel Africa, Monrovia, The initiative was undertaken by the same Gabriel Weah Peace and Advocacy Movement in October this year.Earlier, the Commander of the St. Paul’s Bridge Police Depot, Inspector Joseph S. Wratee, expressed happiness over the gesture, describing it as a mark of good citizenship which should be emulated. He said such gesture was the first of its kind by any private entity, and promised that it will be used for the intended purpose.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

‘We’ve gone backwards’ – Spurs told to replace ‘arrogant’ Pochettino with Howe

first_img Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City revealed Los Blancos have long admired Pochettino gameday cracker Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? TOP WORK 2 Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update huge blow Most read in Premier League tense changes Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? However, there are dissenters within the crowds, including Spurs fans Charlie, who joined talkSPORT on Tuesday morning to express his belief that Pochettino should leave!“I’m just not a big MoPo (sic) fan at Tottenham,” Charlie told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“I think we reached our peak with him a couple of years ago when we lost out to Leicester, and I think since then we’ve gone backwards.“Our style of football is not as attractive as it once was, and we don’t have the energy or enthusiasm we once had.“Actually I think it would be good for Tottenham for him to go. Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion center_img SORRY Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT “He doesn’t have a plan B, I think he’s very arrogant, and he’s unproven.“If he goes to Real Madrid he’ll get a bumper paycheck but he’ll be gone within two or three years.”Asked who should replace Pochettino if he does depart north London, Charlie named another Premier League manager.“I would take Eddie Howe if I’m honest with you,” he responded. “I’ve always been an admirer of Eddie Howe and I think he plays the type of football that is synonymous with Tottenham over the years.“I genuinely think if he had the likes of Harry Kane, [Erik] Lamela and [Christian] Eriksen at his disposal we would be competing at a higher level.” whoops Guardiola-inspired tactics: Is this how Arsenal will line up under Arteta? The former Southampton coach admitted earlier this week that he has never before been this unhappy at Tottenham, with the club’s stadium delays and transfer failures said to be frustrating him.Defeat to Manchester City on Monday left the Lilywhites five points off top spot in the Premier League table, with many considering them lucky to be as high as they are given how disappointing their performances have been this season.Spurs’ true struggles have shown up in Europe, with the north Londoners all but out the Champions League having failed to win any of their first three group stage matches.Given everything Pochettino has done for Tottenham since his appointment as manager in 2014, support for the 46-year-old is almost universal amongst the club’s support. How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings predicted latest Is time running out for Pochettino in north London? The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 A Tottenham fan joined talkSPORT to express his belief that manager Mauricio Pochettino should leave Spurs.Pochettino, has been installed as one of the favourites to succeed Julen Lopetegui as Real Madrid boss following the latter’s sacking on Monday night. 2 👍 ‘I think it will be good for Spurs if Poch goes.’👀 ‘He doesn’t have a Plan B, he’s very arrogant and he’s unproven.’🤔 ‘Eddie Howe would do a better job with the Spurs players.’😯 Charlie is a #THFC fan… but he’s no fan of Mauricio Pochettino! pic.twitter.com/19jujZ5B2f— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) October 30, 2018last_img read more