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Dentist Killed in Fire at GUMH Laid to Rest in His Native India

first_imgThe late Dr. Shane Sam MatthewThe remains of an Indian dentist who died in a  fire at the Ganta United Methodist Hospital (GUMH) compound last month, have been laid to rest in his home country of India, the hospital administration has disclosed.The late Shan Sam Matthew, 22, who was working for the United Methodist Hospital in Ganta died instantly when the duplex that contained his apartment was mysteriously gutted by fire on September 3, 2017 at about 11pm local time.The duplex caught on fire while a portable generator was on, because the main public power (the LEC) was down. Though the actual cause of the fire has not yet been established, security are still carrying out an investigation.The late Dr. Matthew signed a contract with the hospital earlier this year and the contract was due to expire in December 2017, according to hospital administration. But Matthew met his horrendous death in the fire, leaving the entire hospital staff in tears, it was earlier reported.In a statement, the GUMH Administration said, “The late Dr. Mathew was sent to us through our partnership with Christian Dental College in Ludhiana, India, working with us serving as our dentist and the only dentist for the entire region of northeastern Liberia.”“He also served as instructor for the only nurse dental practitioner program in the country and as a young man with a Christian heart for the profession he chose, he showed compassion for his patients and worked diligently. His tragic departure from us is traumatic to the entire staff of Ganta Mission Station and the United Methodist Church of Liberia,” the statement read.The hospital administration has not announced when another dentist will be coming to Liberia to replace the late Dr. Matthew.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Top 23 footballers in the world – voted for by fans worldwide!

first_img 23 23 23 23 15. Paul Pogba (Juventus) – 1.1% 23 20= Javier Mascherano (Barcelona) – 0.7% 23 5. Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) – 3.7% 20= Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 0.7% 19. Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) – 0.8% 22. Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona) – 0.5% 18. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 0.9% 23 23 23 23 16= Yaya Toure (Manchester City) – 1% 23 23 14. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) – 1.2% 10= Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 1.6% 6. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) – 3.5% 1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 29.3% 9. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – 1.7% 23 10= Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) – 1.6% Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal is ranked 23rd in the YouGov poll with 0.4% of the votes from fans across the globe 3. Neymar (Barcelona) – 7.4% 23 23 23 On January 11 we will find out which superstar has won the Ballon d’Or, in another glittering FIFA ceremony.There are 23 men up for the award, which has been won by Cristiano Ronaldo in the last two seasons, but, as per usual, there is plenty of conjecture about who the top dog of 2015 is.International team captains and managers, along with a journalist from each nation, will decided the victor, but who do football fans across the world want to win?YouGov polled supporters worldwide in 17 countries and they voted for both their top three and then the Ballon d’Or winner, with the scores being calculated by balancing out the two figures.Click the right arrow above to see who fans want to win and how they rate the top 23… 23 7. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) – 2.7% 2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 22.4% 12= Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – 1.4% 23 23 4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain) – 5.2% 23 23 8. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 2.4% 23 12= Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) – 1.4% 16= James Rodriguez (Real Madrid) – 1% 23last_img read more

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IT’S ALL IN THE NAME – MUFF IS THRIVING!

first_imgOne of Ireland’s most-strangely named villages is beating the recession by cashing in on its name.For years people have smirked at the signs welcoming them to the Inishowen village of Muff.But now locals have brushed aside suggestions to rename the village because they like it just the way it is Tara Reddin, chairperson of the Muff Festival, says visitor numbers have never been greater.“There was talk that people wanted to change the name but why would we do that?“I am born and bred in Muff and I never knew the double-meaning of the name until I went away.“Now we all just laugh at it and make the most of it,” she said. Tara revealed that the festival committee has even bought in a range of “I Love Muff” merchandise which is selling like hotcakes around the globe.The merchandise includes t-shirts, keyrings and baseballs with regular orders coming from as far away as America and Australia.Tara says stag parties coming to Donegal often come to the village to have their picture taken by the ‘Welcome to Muff’ signpost.“Muff is a small village and it only has one pub so it’s not a place where stag parties stay.“But they often come here to have their picture taken and might have a quick point or go into the local shops,” she said. She points out that most elderly people in the village aren’t even aware of the double-meaning of the village’s name which is officially referred to in some on-line dictionaries as “a vulgar word for a woman’s private area.”One of its most famous visitors was British comedian Alan Carr who had to have his picture taken beside the village’s sign when he played in nearby Derry.And Tara said that nobody in the village takes offence when people have a snigger at it.“I think we can all take a joke at this stage. If it brings people into the village and they want to spend a pound, then what’s wrong with that. “It’s not every village I Ireland can cash in on its name,” she said.* The Muff Festival takes place on the August Bank Holiday weekend.IT’S ALL IN THE NAME – MUFF IS THRIVING! was last modified: May 30th, 2012 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:muffMuff Festivalthrivinglast_img read more

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