Murray turns to Cambridge hospital for coronavirus

first_img“Everybody who was there was unbelievable and helped me loads. I’ve made a donation to thanks for the whole lot you’re doing, “Murray stated in a video.“That is an especially tough time for everybody, however particularly for healthcare personnel, so I would like to thanks for the onerous work what you’re doing, the dedication you present and the sacrifices you make, “he concluded.World tennis is suspended till not less than July 13, with some tournaments equivalent to Wimbledon already canceled and others, like Roland Garros, postponed till September. Tennis participant Andy Murray made a donation to a Cambridge hospital (England) by which an x-ray was taken earlier than the coronavirus disaster.The Scotsman is at present recovering from the hip issues he has had for greater than two years. and that they haven’t allowed him to compete recurrently on the circuit.Murray wished to assist help the hospital, highlighting the “tough occasions” that your entire UK healthcare system goes via.last_img read more

Nimba Lawmaker Sure of Re-election

first_imgGarrison YealueAs the 2017 presidential and legislative elections approach, one Nimba County lawmaker is worried about the increasing number of candidates aspiring for the county’s electoral district #4 only representative seat.Despite his worries, Representative Garrison Yealue told reporters at the House of Representatives’ reconciliatory retreat in Ganta recently that he is confident of being reelected because, he said, most of the aspirants vying for the position are not qualified to represent the district in the Legislature. “All those who are vying for my position from my district are not qualified therefore, I am going to defeat them at the poll,” Rep. Yealue declared.He said the House of Representatives is not a place where anyone can go to do business, adding, “operating a grocery, liquor shop or a general merchandise shop does not qualify you to be elected as representative, because in the Legislature one has to be informed and vocal on issues.” Yealue believes that many of his challengers are business tycoons based in Ganta, the county’s commercial hub. Nearly all the large towns and villages in electoral district #4 are putting forward a candidate for the lone representative seat which many believe will narrow Rep. Yealue’s chances of re-election.“If they put us on the stage to debate, I will defeat them flat out because those candidates are not my match. They don’t know jargons or English to speak in the Legislature except for me,” he said.Over 50 lawmakers recently met in Ganta to reconcile their disagreements and disputes which sprouted in June and ended in October with the removal of House Speaker Alex Tyler.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more