The Getafe will file a complaint for the treatment of his hobby

first_imgA video on social networks has unleashed quite controversial. In it, he explains that they are throwing things at them and are evacuating the stadium. Getafe has already taken action on the matter as explained by President Ángel Torres: “We are going to make a complaint and hope UEFA will do something. It is not permissible that our followers and family members have suffered throwing of objects in an area that had children, even babies. The security of Ajax has not done anything until the last minute, when the situation had been repeated several times. ” That’s precisely what they complain about. At the break of the meeting, they already warned the safety of Ajax that they were being unbelievers and that they had thrown some glasses full of beer at them. In the second half there was a time when the situation worsened, and many of the azulones decided to leave the stands. Some scenes were unfortunate with some children of Getafe soccer players crying over the situation. Damián Suárez explained it later on Onda Cero: “My wife called me at the end of the game and told me that they had had enough tension. It is unfortunate that they throw things and more when there are small children. ” It was the grandstand in which family members and club commitments were located. Markel Bergara, who traveled as an amateur, was also in that area.The bulk of the blue fans were in a corner of the north bottom and had no problem. In fact, before and after the game the atmosphere was festive and no incident was recorded. Getafe complains about the passivity of the authorities and that, although it was not something too serious, it did generate a lot of tension and fear. The fact that there were quite a few children in the area further demonstrates the carelessness of that group of Ajax fans.last_img read more

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Indigenous residents hosts annual Christmas luncheon

first_imgPermanent Secretary and other senior functionaries in the Indigenous People’s Affairs Ministry on Tuesday hosted 100 persons at the Indigenous Residence for its annual Christmas Lunch.The Christmas Lunch was hosted by the Ministry to spread the season of cheer to persons who would be leaving for home shortly, and more so, those who would be spending the holidays away from their loved ones since they are in Georgetown seeking medical assistance.The festivities saw residents enjoying Indigenous cuisine prepared by theResidents enjoyed the luncheon organised by the Ministrydedicated kitchen staff led by Gail Williams.Guests enjoyed plantain delight, cassava bread, deer pepper pot, stuffed debone chicken in orange sauce, baked fish topped with mango and tomato salsa, saffron rice, vegetable farine, chef salad, sorrel and ginger beer, fruits and a candy corner made possible by Executive Office Services.Ten children and eight newborn babies received gifts, compliments of the Ministry and corporate Guyana.This activity is in keeping with the Ministry’s vision and mission for the Indigenous people needing medical services and to also provide educational and recreation services, counselling and nursing care in an effort to improve their health and welfare.It was the desire of the Ministry for all visitors to the facility to leave fully satisfied with the service provided to them.So far in 2018, two thousand three hundred and nineteen persons from all 10 administrative regions were and are being accommodated there. Among them, one thousand four hundred and sixty-five patients, accompanying relatives, travellers, persons who were incarcerated and several cases related to social issues.Persons are provided with meals, accommodation and transportation, while the facility is also outfitted with nursing and welfare staff who deal with day to day activities.In an effort to better serve the Indigenous people, the Ministry has made a multimillion-dollar investment towards infrastructural developments with an extension to the facility which will provide officer space and additional accommodation.Currently, the staff of the Welfare and Health Department occupies office space there; however, when the extension is completed early next year, where office space is catered for as well as accommodation for village Toshaos.The space they currently occupy will be transformed to accommodate additional persons. The two-extension is estimated at $27 million and is expected to be completed by the end of February.The Residence is also equipped with a minibus which ensures all transportation needs are adequately met.Minister Sydney Allicock presented the keys to the facilities administrator Claire Emmanuel last November, in the presence of Minister within the Indigenous People’s Affairs Ministry, Valerie Garrido-Lowe, Permanent Secretary Alfred King, Deputy Permanent Secretary Samantha Fedee and other staff.Further investments towards the facility will be forthcoming in 2019. Meanwhile, also attending the Christmas Lunch were Deputy Permanent Secretary Samantha Fedee, Ministerial Advisor Mervin Williams and Special Assistance on Projects and Community Development Martin Cheong.last_img read more

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