RIP to Joan Rivers of fashion police; born in Molinsky; (June 8, 1933 – September 4, 2014) she was 81 years old when she died at the hospital today. You will be missed emensly. All Sympathy Goes To Her One and Only Child, daughter Melissa.
What you see is actually what it is. Spiritual cleasing huhh…!!!! Ofcourse my dear Eto. Genuinely kissing good bye to bachelorhood soul and body. Hmmm nah waoooo! !! Happy journey to you both….
|Andre Mama Fouda: Cameroon’s Minister of Public Health
Prevention of Ebola will be better than cure: It should be duly noted that, as of this date, there has been no reported, or suspected case of Ebola Virus infected person in Cameroon or among Cameroonians anywhere else. The Government of Cameroon is leaving no stone unturned to maintain this current status and protect all Cameroonians from this deadly virus.
According to cameroon-embassy
, Andre Mama Fouda: Cameroon’s Minister of Public Health gave a press conference on the 29th of August 2014. in it, he elaborated details of an emergency plan in case the ebola virus was eventually getting into the country. An isolation centre has been created in the Nylon neighborhood (quartier Nylon), in the vicinity of the Douala International airport for suspected cases of Ebola that may enter Cameroon via the Douala Airport. The government strategy has also enabled the development of isolation wards in some hospitals.
The minister revelled that 630 million CFA (about € 960,428.81) has been allocated to combat the Ebola virus if it gets into Cameroon and prevent its spread. The fund is to support the national response against the disease. These include the purchase of medical equipments for screening, training of health care staff, security service and immigration personnel, as well as journalists. The emergency plan also includes a number of sensitization campaigns to raise awareness about the disease among Cameroonians.
Do you know New York City’s safest yellow taxi driver is a Ghanaian…??? yes he is. Meet Mr. Amoafo, father of three, is indeed New York City’s safest yellow taxi driver. The driver who was crowned the city’s safest cabbie is said to listens to soothing jazz as he dodges pedestrians, cyclists and other cars.
Mr. Amoafo, who lives in Queens, found himself ranked highest among his peers on Tuesday for driving the longest distance without injuring passengers in crashes, and without incurring the wrath of authorities.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission, which regulates yellow taxis and other for-hire vehicles, said Mr. Amoafo had driven at least 50,000 passengers more than 190,000 miles without a blemish on his record.
The taxi commission released, for the first time on Tuesday, what it called its “Safety Honor Roll,” as a way to draw attention to safe driving. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration aims to curtail traffic deaths as part of its so-called Vision Zero plan.
Go Ghana….!!! ;_)