Despite the deadly Ebola virus disease causing the breakdown of many business activities across the commercial city of Ganta, Nimba County, young business entrepreneurs are strategizing to keep ahead. The City of Ganta celebrated the recent Valentine’s Day with the opening of a modern car wash located near the center of the city. It is the first of its kind in Ganta and includes a restaurant, bar and a mini shop with DSTV facilities to entertain customers. “Our goal is to make Ganta a city where you can find any other modern facility you can see elsewhere around the world,” said proprietor Ms. Gaziawon Nelson Dano. “We sell food that everybody can afford to buy and there will be a TV to all washing parks to entertain customers that will bring their vehicles here,” she added. Ganta was one of the epicenters of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease in the country that paralyzed nearly all business centers. In early January a guest house which contains a restaurant and an entertainment facility was open to the public. The Hurku Guest House is located in a quiet, isolated area and offers an assortment of food choices on its menue. Ganta being a commercial hub of Nimba has several guest houses, bars, restaurants as well as other entertainment centers along its main street.The Star Entertainment Center also provides services to many customers and travelers in the city. The Ganta Ambassador Hotel in Tappita is a rest stop for those traveling to the southeast of Liberia. It also contains a bar and a restaurant. Saclapea’s Vision Palace Guest House provides affordable lodging and in Bahn is the popular Liamon Guest House.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Thika United merely survived the axe last season after beating Ushuru FC 1-0 in the relegation and promotion play-off, but their lack after flirting with the chop for the last two seasons seems to have run out.Nonetheless, Chemelil still remains in danger as the 16th spot they occupy is not a safe zone. If they finish in that slot, they will have to face the third placed team from the National Super League (NSL) in the relegation and promotion play-off.With two rounds of matches remaining, seven teams are in danger of slipping to the 16th spot hole. Sony Sugar (10), Zoo Kericho (11), Nzoia Sugar (12) Vihiga United (13), Posta Rangers (14) and Nakumatt (15) are all still mathematically within chop range.Sony, Zoo, Nzoia, Vihiga and Posta Rangers will however save themselves with a point in their next matches. Nakumatt who are on 36 points, one behind Chemelil will need to gather fight and win both their remaining games to assure themselves of safety.Nakumatt faces Sofapaka and Vihiga United in their final two games of the season while Chemelil has a home tie against Vihiga United and an away trip against Kariobangi Sharks for their final game of the season.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Thika United’s Hansel Ochieng vies for the ball with Wazito FC’s Emmanuel Tienan during their Kenyan Premier League 1-0 win over Wazito FC at Camp Toyoyo on May 6, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 27 – Clifford Omondi struck the lone goal in the 37th minute as Chemelil Sugar beat Thika United 1-0 at the Thika Sub County Stadium on Thursday afternoon to officially relegate their hosts as well as Wazito FC from the Kenyan Premier League (KPL). The result took Chemelil to 35 points meaning bottom side Thika who are on 23 and Wazito who are on 28 cannot mathematically bridge the difference between them and 16th spot and therefore earn the automatic relegation axe.
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo NFL media analyst Dan Jeremiah is not a soothsayer. No, his job is to evaluate the league’s top young prospects. As it turns out, though, with his latest rankings, he might be on to something when it comes to predictions.This week, Jeremiah came out with his list of the top-10 rookies who will exceed expectations in 2014.Cracking the list was none other than Arizona Cardinals wideout John Brown, the team’s No. 91 overall pick from this year’s draft. Brown might lack ideal size (5-10) and a big-college pedigree (Pittsburg State), but he has rare explosiveness and top speed (see for yourself). He’s received rave reviews during training camp, and he should provide a big-play element to the Cardinals’ passing game.True to Jeremiah’s evaluation, Brown did just that in his first preseason game Saturday night. In Arizona’s 32-0 victory over the Houston Texans, the native of Homestead, Fla. caught five passes for a game-high 87 yards.The performance left starting quarterback Carson Palmer singing his praises.“It amazes me that he came from Division II football,” Palmer said of Brown. “All of a sudden it’s a little bit faster and it’s a little more complicated and there’s pressure and all those sorts of things, but just to see the way he reacted is very encouraging. You’ll know Monday night [against the San Diego Chargers] that he’s not going to change.“He doesn’t go up and down. There’s no ebb and flow with him. He’s very consistent, very calm.” Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact