first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday led an array of senior government officials, the United States Ambassador to Liberia, Christian Ann Elder and others in signing the book of condolence for the late Internal Affairs Minister Ambulai Johnson at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, according to an Executive Mansion release.Mr. Johnson died in the U.S. State of North Carolina last month. A memorial service celebrating his life was held in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church on Friday, September 30. It brought together family, friends and sympathizers of the deceased. Mr. Johnson served as Deputy Minister of Labor in 1980 and former lecturer at Cuttington College, now Cuttington University, in 1970. He also lectured at the University of Liberia (UL) in 1980. Mr. Johnson served as Minister of Internal Affairs from 2006-2009. Funeral services for Mr. Johnson will take place today at the Providence Baptist Church in Monrovia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_img Match stats 10 Maddison 12 Digne Share on LinkedIn 1 Pickford 1 Schmeichel Leicester (s 80′) Share on Twitter Everton 25 Ndidi 12 Ward Lineups 26 Davies (s 86′) EVE LEI 5 Morgan 17 Gueye 20 Bernard 43 Kenny EVE51LEI49% 18 Amartey 6 Evans 6 Leicester Off target 9 Everton 2 Leicester On target 8 Everton 9 Vardy Substitutes 14 Tosun 11 Albrighton (s 67′) 31 Ghezzal Match previews (s 90′) 21 Iborra 10 Sigurdsson Share on Pinterest (s 71′) Share via Email 10 11 2 10 31 Lookman Leicester City Topics Corners 20 Okazaki 8 Iheanacho 15 Maguire Fouls 30 Richarlison Substitutes (s 90′) Everton 18 Schneiderlin 3 Chilwell 22 Stekelenburg 29 Calvert-Lewin 3 Baines Possession 4 Keane 11 Walcott Goal attempts 5 Zouma Twelve months ago this fixture marked the beginning of the Claude Puel era at Leicester City. They won 2-0 that day against an Everton side in crisis but Leicester’s hugely impressive performance was not exactly a sign of things to come. Things are looking up at the moment, though, after three successive wins in all competitions. Everton, in contrast, have lost two of their past three. Bernard, the Brazilian international who moved to Goodison Park on a free transfer in the summer, could make his first Premier League start. Stuart JamesSaturday 3pmVenue King Power StadiumLast season Leicester 2 Everton 0Referee Andre MarrinerThis season G6 Y18 R0 3.00 cards/gameOdds H 13-10 A 13-5 D 5-2LEICESTERSubs from Ward, Jakupovic, Iborra, Albrighton, Silva, Evans, Ghezzal, Söyüncü, Okazaki, Fuchs, Benalouane, Choudhury, Diabaté, SimpsonDoubtful NoneInjured Gray (ankle, Nov), James (achilles, unknown)Suspended NoneDiscipline Y12 R2Form WWLLWWLeading scorers Maddison, Vardy 3EVERTONSubs from Stekelenburg, Mina, Coleman, Baines, Holgate, Jagielka, Schneiderlin, Dowell, Bernard, Niasse, Calvert-Lewin, Lookman, BaningimeDoubtful Coleman (foot), Mina (foot)Injured Gomes (hamstring, 20 Oct), McCarthy (leg, Nov)Suspended NoneDiscipline Y10 R2Form WDDLLWLeading scorers Richarlison, Sigurdsson 3 2 Holgate Share on Messenger Reuse this content news Share on Facebook Premier League Share on WhatsApp 28 Fuchs 14 Ricardo Pereira 24 Mendy 51 49last_img read more