Author: Jaheim T. Tumu

Monrovia- Winners Incorporated, Liberia’s leading betting company, awarded cash prizes of four million, eight hundred thousand Liberian dollars (L$4,800,000) to champions, runners-up, third-place achievers and individuals and an additional Two hundred thousand (L$200,000) for the tournament’s operation to the MOYS for the National County Sports Meet (NCSM) for the 2023/2024.

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Paynesville City – Grand Gedians furiously stormed the pitch as violence erupted after Nimba County controversially advanced to the semi-final following poor officiating from referee Josephus Torlijar. The supporters charged onto the pitch as Nimba players were celebrating their 4-2 penalty victory over their fiercest rival, Grand Gedeh, in the continuation of the National County Sports Meet quarter-final after an extra 30 minutes.

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Monrovia – The match between Grand Gedeh and Nimba County was characterized by a faulty on-field drama that left supporters in disbelief after the Ministry of Youth and Sports announced that the game could not continue due to poor visibility. This means the potential winner will have to wait until Monday to determine their fate in the semi-final.

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Paynesville City-Liberia’s Deputy Minister for Sports, G. Andy Quamie has criticized Liberia Football Association president, Mustapha Raji on his refusal to adhere to the burning concerns of football stakeholders.

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Eyewitnesses report that Speaker Koffa and his wife managed to escape the house unharmed and sought refuge at the home of former President George Weah Paynesville – The residence of Speaker Fonati Koffa, located in Rehab, is currently engulfed in flames as firefighters struggle to contain the blaze.

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