LNP ‘Invites’ Rebel General Power

first_imgFlashback: Ex-rebel General Power (a.k.a. Augustine Nagbe) leads riot police and government sympathizers to rescue Freedom FM, following the shutdown of Roots FM.After weeks of public outrage against terroristic threats to public safety and against an elected official spoken by ex-rebel fighter Augustine Nagbe, alias ‘General Power’,  the Liberia National Police said it has invited the man for “questioning.”General Power fought under the banner of the Liberia Peace Council (LPC), a rebel faction run in the 1990s by current Grand Gedeh County Representative, George Boley.In a press statement issued by the LNP on Wednesday, November 27, 2019, Police Spokesman, H. Moses Carter, said by directive of the Justice Ministry, the LNP “has invited Augustine Nagbe, alias ‘Ex-Rebel General Power’ to clarify his statements about the formation of a Kru Defense Force” to defend President George Weah, claiming that the national security is ineffective to defend the President.Augustine Nagbe, alias General Power, who is named in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report as  the rebel fighter who forced a woman at gunpoint in the West Point community, outside Monrovia, to eat a whole can of human feces, has promised to organize what he called a ‘Kru defense force’ to defend President George Weah.President Weah is also a member of the Kru ethnic group, who hails from Grand Kru county, Southeastern LiberiaGeneral Power added, “I don’t trust personnel of the state security, therefore, I will form a Kru Defense Force to protect ethnic Krus and the President.”The notorious ex-general, on a local radio talk show in Monrovia on Thursday, November 21, 2019, threatened that his ethnic group will form a force that would rise in defense of President Weah if anyone tries to attack him.General Power, who boasted of being a proud Kru man, said he is prepared to use his military training to defend the Kru people, who include President Weah.He is reportedly assigned with the National Security Agency (NSA), but has in recent months allegedly coordinated operation of LNP.General Power said he is a Kru warrior, and does not care how anybody takes his position, but said inasmuch as there is a Kru man in power, “I will not allow people to talk to him anyhow.”He maintained: “President Weah is the Commander-in-Chief of Liberia, so I will defend him, and if anybody tries to molest him, the way they had Lofa Defense Force, you will see the Kru Defense Force.”“The LNP will also investigate allegation that Augustine Nagbe is impersonating, as a member of the joint security forces in the country,” Carter said.Carter said that the joint security has warned all citizens, and other nationals residing in the country to desist from engaging in acts that undermine the peace and stability of the state, as anyone caught will face the full weight of the law.While the three-paragraphed press statement said what the LNP intends to do with Nagbe, there are concerns over the multiple cases of harassment and terroristic threats that have come from the mouth of Nagbe, and a number of other ex-rebel generals.It can be recalled that on October 10, 2019, the Daily Observer and several print and electronic media outlets reported that General Power was at the center of the operations that led to the closure, and forceful confiscation of Roots FM broadcast equipment.Roots FM 102.7 was the radio station owned and operated by Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC)’s controversial critic, Henery Pedro Costa.General Power led a group of ex-rebel generals in a press conference, giving Representative Yekeh Kolubah a 72 hour ultimatum to turn himself over to them for question on why he was reigning insults and other inflammatory remarks on President Weah.He, too being an ex-rebel, general Rep. Kolubah, defied General Power, and his colleagues by not showing up to their invitation, but in a short while, pickups of armed Police officers stumped the home of Rep. Kolubah in an attempt to arrest him and take him away for questioning on allegation that he ordered the flogging of a young man believed to be his neighbor.Prior to the arrival of the LNP and the representatives from the office of the Economic Community of West (ECOWAS) in Monrovia, Rep. Kolubah’s supporters barricaded his residence in resistance of any attempt to arrest him.By the intervention of the ECOWAS office in the country and fellow Lawmakers, Rep. Kolubah accepted an invite to answer to questions relative to the allegation that he ordered the flogging of Emmanuel Freeman at 2:00 a.m. on June 5, 2019.The invite by the LNP was later followed by a search and seizure warrant from the court, which instructed claimed that there were weapons in the Lawmaker’s home he intended using against his opponents.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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Goaltenders steal the show as Russia gets by Canada red in shootout

first_img“Our team competed pretty well for 60 minutes. Yeah there were a couple of mistakes but every game has those. We feel that if we played that over again and play the same way we probably have a different result so I’m very proud of our players,” he said.With such a difficult loss nobody would blame Canada red if they had a poor performance tomorrow, but Knoblauch wouldn’t accept that as an excuse given the track record of his team so far.“Tomorrow we’re going to be playing a team that went through the same situation with a heartbreaking loss. I want our players to be very proud of what they’ve accomplished. They’ve played so hard for almost two weeks and I would expect they do the same tomorrow,” he said.Despite the defeat the Fort St. John faithful gave Canada red a well deserved standing ovation. The support in the game and throughout the week was certainly appreciated.Advertisement The World Under-17 Hockey Challenge has been billed as a look at tomorrow’s NHL stars, and with that the future of the league is extremely bright, especially between the pipes. Canada red goalie Michael DiPietro, and Russia goalie Maxim Zhukov put on a goaltending clinic that needed six shootout rounds to be decided.Canada red got off to a great start in the game as Jordan Bellerive opened the scoring just two minutes in. With just over four minutes left in the first they increased their lead to two as finding the back of the net on the power play was Josh Brook.The common theme at the World Under-17s has been teams scoring late and using that momentum in the next period. For Russia that’s exactly what happened as a late second period goal was followed by an early third period marker to knot things up.- Advertisement -After the game was tied Canada threw everything they had at Maxim Zhukov including the kitchen sink, but were unable to solve the Russian tender. Canada outshot Russia 25-10 in the third period and overtime combined but had nothing to show of their work.The game was decided by the always controversial shootout which required six rounds before being won by Kirill Slepets. Both goalies had stopped all shooters prior to the winner.After the game Canada red head coach Kris Knoblauch said if played the same way in another game, they probably come away with the win and that his squad did a lot of good things in the contest.Advertisement “The support we’ve had in Fort St. John here has been tremendous. I don’t know that we could have had a better situation to play in. Tonight they were amazing. It was a very exciting hockey game for them to be involved in. The support they gave us tonight, we appreciate it,” Knoblauch said.Canada red will now play in the bronze medal game tomorrow in Dawson Creek at 3 p.m. against Sweden. Russia will play for gold at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow as well against Canada white.last_img read more

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Done deal? Man United midfielder latest – title winner on his way

first_img1 For all of the character traits Louis van Gaal possesses, it would appear sentimentality isn’t one of them.According to widespread reports, the Manchester United boss is looking to offload midfielder Darren Fletcher, a known Fergie favourite and a player the club have stood by during his long-term struggles with illness.Van Gaal surprised many by naming the Scottish international as his vice-captain during the summer, but it would appear as though he thinks it’s time to move on the 30-year-old, a decision that may not suit well with the club’s fans.But where will Fletcher head? It seems as though he has plenty of options, with a number of clubs reported to be openly pursuing him. Below is the latest…Offered La Liga dealThat is the crux of AS’ report, with the Spanish publication claiming that Valencia have contacted the player in order to secure his signature this month. They say that Fletcher has been in talks with the club for a number of weeks, with Valencia chiefs looking to find out his final decision within the next few days.Celtic switch?One option for the Scot is a move north of the border. According to the Scotsman, Celtic have registered their interest, and are hoping to secure some sort of switch this month. Indeed, Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee has waded in, insisting that a move away from Man United would be good for Fletcher, who he says “doesn’t want to be sitting on the bench”.West Ham leading the race?Despite interest from elsewhere, it looks like it could be a straight fight between West Ham and Valencia for Fletcher’s signature, with the Telegraph reporting that both sides are preparing £1.5m bids for the 30-year-old. The publication continues that while Fletcher is considering running down the final six months of his current deal at Old Trafford, it appears as though he is going to pursue a move ahead of the transfer deadline day.Black Country bound?The Independent report West Ham’s interest in Fletcher as ‘opportunistic’, underlining West Brom’s interest as potentially the ‘most appealing’ to the player. The Baggies are believed to have seen an initial loan bid rebuffed by Man United, who would prefer to sell their long-serving stalwart. The report adds that a move to the midlands would allow Fletcher to maintain his base in the North-West.Keen to test himself abroadThe Mirror have added their own two-pence to the discussion, reporting that although West Ham’s top four bid is tempting for Fletcher, the midfielder is keen to test himself abroad, placing Valencia in pole position to land him.Man United fans, would you be sad to see Darren Fletcher leave? Comment below… Darren Fletcher looks likely to leave Man United this month last_img read more

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Lukaku tells how poverty fired WCup dream

first_img0Shares0000Romelu Lukaku struck twice in Belgium’s comfortable winMOSCOW, Russia, June 22 – Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku realised how poor his family was when he saw his mother watering down the milk. The football talent he is showcasing at the World Cup was their passport out of poverty.The Manchester United man has opened up about growing up in Antwerp and his resolution to ignore critics and have fun in Russia. Lukaku started the tournament in spectacular style, scoring two goals against Panama for the Red Devils.But he told sports website www.theplayerstribune.com that his determination to succeed was forged far from the glamour of football’s biggest showpiece, in the gritty suburbs of Belgium’s second largest city.The child of Congolese immigrants, he recalled that his family were often short of food when he was a child and sometimes prayed in the dark because there was no money to pay for power in their apartment.“We didn’t have enough money to make it last the whole week. We were broke. Not just poor, but broke,” he wrote.“My father had been a pro footballer, but he was at the end of his career and the money was all gone.”Lukaku, now 25, said he was just six when he realised how dire his family’s situation was after seeing his mother adding water to milk to make it go further.It was then he decided his own professional football career was the way to lift them out of poverty.– ‘Angry… on a mission’ –Lukaku’s drive only grew stronger at 12, when his dying grandfather made the boy promise to look after his mother.The player revealed he also experienced prejudice, with parents of children on opposition teams asking where he was from and questioning his eligibility to play.“I thought ‘What? I was born in Antwerp. I’m from Belgium’,” he said.Lukaku added: “I played with so much anger because of a lot of things, because of the rats running around in our apartment, because I couldn’t watch the Champions League, because of how the other parents used to look at me.“I was on a mission. When I was 12, I scored 76 goals in 34 games.”He signed a professional contract with Anderlecht on his 16th birthday and made his first-team debut with the club 11 days later.After spells with Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion and Everton, Lukaku moved to Manchester United last year for 75 million pounds ($100 million).He is Belgium’s record scorer, with 38 goals in 70 appearances, but admits he felt pressured at the 2014 World Cup, when he found the net only once as highly fancied Belgium exited in the quarter-finals.He said when he was scoring for his homeland he was described as Belgian but if his form dipped he became “Romelu Lukaku, the Belgian striker of Congolese descent”.“I’m going to remember to have fun this time,” he said.  “Life is too short for the stress and the drama. People can say whatever they want about our team and about me.”He said his greatest regret was not the 2014 campaign but the fact that his grandfather never saw him achieve his dream of becoming a professional footballer and providing for his mother.“I wish I could have one more phonecall with him, and I could let him know.“See? I told you. Your daughter is OK. No more rats in the apartment. No more sleeping on the floor. No more stress. We’re good now.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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There no point resting Messi, says Valverde

first_img“We attach great importance to this game,” Valverde said of the Villarreal game before acknowledging that “many people have their sights on the Champions League and also the Atletico game.”“We’ll see tomorrow about Leo,” Valverde said of his 31-year-old forward who has 31 league goals so far this season.“The three points tomorrow are worth the same as those against Atletico,” Valverde said.“It is a perfect match to win,” he said, when asked about rotating his squad. “It does not escape me that our rivals are waiting for a slip to feed their hopes of catching us. We don’t want give it any opportunities.”“There are nine games, if we win six we are champions,” he added. “But having to win six games does not mean we have the league won, we have a lot of work to do.”Valverde said he did not think renewed rumours that Antoine Griezmann was going to leave Atletico for Barcelona would not destabilise either club.“It’s the usual stuff, we’re used to it,” said Valverde.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Lionel Messi may be rested so as to be fresh for the trip to Manchester United © AFP / LLUIS GENEBARCELONA, Spain, Apr 1 – Lionel Messi will probably play against Villarreal in La Liga this week, because “there’s no suitable scenario for resting” the Argentine superstar, Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said on Monday.Barcelona are 10 points clear at the top of the Spanish League ahead of Tuesday’s away game, followed by a home tie with second-place Atletico Madrid on Saturday and then Manchester United away in a Champions League quarterfinal next Wednesday.last_img read more

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LISA LAUNCHES CHRISTMAS HIT WITH DANIEL

first_imgDONEGAL’S rising star Lisa McHugh is “over the moon” as her Christmas duet with Daniel O’Donnell is flying off the shelves!Their new duet is an up-tempo song entitled ‘I’ll Be Home With Bells On’ just released. It was written by Dolly Parton and has been recorded by Dolly and Kenny Rogers.Said Lisa: “Daniel is a gem and I was delighted when he agreed to this duet. It’s a great number and we think we’ve done a great job with it. “We hope people like it; it will certainly get you in the mood for Christmas.“Daniel very kindly fitted recording his part into his busy schedule between appearances in UK and travelling to USA. I am a big fan of Daniel’s since a very young age when my mum and dad would bring me along to his shows at every opportunity.”This single was recorded and produced by Lisa’s MD and piano player Ray McLoughlin at his RMC Studios, Mullingar and also at Studio 19 in Nashville TN. Initial comments are that it will be one of the most popular songs on playlists this Christmas season.  LISA LAUNCHES CHRISTMAS HIT WITH DANIEL was last modified: December 13th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:Christmas songdaniel o’donnellLISA MCHUGHnew singlelast_img read more

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DD LOCAL: RAPHOE BOXING CLUB CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

first_imgRaphoe NotesRaphoe Family Resource Centre Afterschool Programme Time TableTuesday: 3rd & 4th class 3.00-4.00pm 5th & 6th class 4.00-5.00pmWednesday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.00pmComputer Club 3.00- 5.00 p.m. (7 – 12 years olds) Homework Support 5.30 – 6.30 p.m.Youth Café 7.00-9.00pmThursday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.00pmCommunity Consultation: Following a successful site visit by the Family Support Agency the Family Resource Centre has been invited to submit a strategic work plan for the period 2014-2016. As part of developing the work plan we will be carrying out a consultation, in survey format, with young people, families and the wider community to hear what the main issues of concern are in the area. We would welcome your support with the consultation, which will take place over the next few weeks.Counselling Services:The Family Resource Centre is pleased to announce that funding has been accessed from the Family Support Agency’s Scheme of Grants for Marriage, Child and Bereavement Counselling Services to continue with the Counselling Service provided at the Centre.The service which is free and confidential is by appointment only by telephoning 086 3601718. RAPHOE WALKING GROUP:The Raphoe Walking Group meets every Thursday at 10.30am in the Family Resource Centre. Everyone Welcome. This is a brilliant opportunity to get fit (ter) and meet new people in your Community.Little Smiles with Big DreamsLittle Smile’s is a local parent and toddler group that meets in the Family Resource Centre on Wednesday morning from 10.30 -12 noon. The group is also open to grandparents/ Aunts/Uncles and childminders. This is a great opportunity for pre-school children to meet other children, enjoy messy play, story time and music. Light lunch is provides.RAPHOE BOXING CLUBThe Raphoe Club has now reopened after the Summer break and training takes place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights from 6.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m. when all new and former members will be very welcome alongClub boxers will be in action at the Donegal Novice Championship that will be staged in the Letterkenny Club-house on Saturday 5th October and club boxers will take part in the Donegal Open Championships to take place in the Buncrana Youth Club on Sunday 3rd November.Details of the clubs “25 years of boxing in Raphoe” will appear in the local press in the coming weeks as the club will stage a presentation, dinner and dance in Jacksons Hotel Saturday 16th November and anyone wishing to place an advertisement in the souvenir programme can contact Gary Mc Cullagh, 087 6620824 or Peter O’ Donnell 087 7703116The Raphoe club will celebrate 25years of boxing on Saturday 16th November with a dinner, presentation, and dance in Jackson’s Hotel and more details will appear in the local press in the coming weeks.DD LOCAL: RAPHOE BOXING CLUB CELEBRATES 25 YEARS was last modified: August 31st, 2013 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:Raphoe Community noteslast_img read more

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Couples’ quarrels bad for heart health

first_imgArguing with your partner really can break your heart. Research conducted by Utah psychologists shows spatting with your spouse can contribute to hardening of the coronary arteries. Such impact on the heart is more common in wives when they and their husbands express hostility during disagreements, and more common in husbands when either they or their wives act in a controlling manner. “Women who are hostile are more likely to have atherosclerosis (hardening of the coronary arteries), especially if their husbands are hostile too,” said University of Utah professor Tim Smith, who was scheduled to present the findings Friday in Denver at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society. In men, “their dominance or controlling behavior or their wives’ dominance was related to atherosclerosis,” Smith said. “A low-quality relationship is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.” The study, which began in 2002 and ended in 2005, was conducted with 150 healthy, older, married couples, mostly in their 60s. Participants had no history of cardiovascular disease and were each paid $150. Previous studies indicate close relationships are good for heart health because people aren’t as depressed or lonely. But the new study suggests that the quality of those relationships is important. “The surprising result is that this actually relates to a very hard health outcome – heart disease,” said U. psychologist Cynthia Berg, who contributed to the study. “There’s a lot we can do in terms of marital therapy. We can teach couples to be more warm in their relationships and be less dominant. It’s beneficial for people to know it’s not only good for their marriage but good for their health.” Smith and Berg conducted the study with Bert Uchino and Paul Florsheim, associate U. professors, and Gale Pearce, a postdoctoral fellow on the faculty of Westminster College in Salt Lake City. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant They also received a free $300 CT scan of their coronary arteries, which supply blood to the heart and can cause a heart attack when clogged. The couples were told to pick a topic, such as money, in-laws, children, vacations or household duties, that was the subject of disagreements in their marriage. Each couple discussed the topic for six minutes while they were videotaped. Psychology graduate students evaluated each conversation. A comment like “you’re too negative all the time” was coded as hostile and dominant. “A warm, submissive comment would be, `Oh that’s a good idea, let’s do it,”‘ Smith said. “A less warm one would be, `If it’s important to you, I’ll do what you want.’ An unfriendly, submissive comment is, `I’ll do what you want if you get off my back.”‘ Some marital discussions were peaceful; some couples were referred to counseling. Two days after the discussion, each couple underwent a CT scan of the chest at the U.’s Center for Advanced Medical Technologies. Doctors then scored each person’s level of coronary artery calcification. last_img
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INDOOR BOWLS: GALLAGHER TAKES DUNFANAGHY SINGLES TITLE

first_imgIndoor Bowls Dunfanaghy SinglesMichael Gallagher, Burtonport, took the Dunfanaghy title by beating Danny McLaughlin, Greenbank, in the final. Semi finalists were Mark Beattie, Strabane CC, and Manus Ferry, Gortahork, with quarter final spots filled by David Bonner, Burtonport, Stephen Martin, St Eunans, Raphoe, John Quinn, Ballylennon and Thomas Moore, Ramelton. Other competitors were Dan O’Kane, St Eunans, Raphoe, Freddie McKinley, Dunfanaghy, Andrew Steele, Greenbank, Bertie Cole, St Johnston BC, Bill McKinley, Dunfanaghy, Paul Martin, St Eunans, Raphoe, Nixon Alexander, Ballylennon and Mervyn White, Cathedral. The club appreciated the support of Purt Agricultural Sales, Moores Garage and Arnolds Hotel  INDOOR BOWLS: GALLAGHER TAKES DUNFANAGHY SINGLES TITLE was last modified: February 10th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:INDOOR BOWLS: GALLAGHER TAKES DUNFANAGHY SINGLES TITLElast_img read more

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Lottie Dolls of Donegal introduce adventurous Brownie figure

first_imgA newly-launched Lottie doll by Donegal-based company Arklu is set to empower girls to become more adventurous, more confident and to pursue their dreams.A new lifelike Brownie doll was launched last week at the Irish Girl Guides’ international camp. The Brownie figure, like all Lottie Dolls, is modelled on the proportions of an average nine-year-old child. She comes with a Brownie uniform (Brownies is the Girl Guide branch for 7-10 year olds) and accessories include a tent, a kayak and camping equipment. Donegal man Ian Harkin, Managing Director of Arklu, described the new doll as “a must-have plaything for every young Brownie, who’ll be able to bring Brownie activities to life with Lottie in their very own home. She’ll appeal to other adventurous-minded children too.”The doll was launched last week at Irish Girl Guides’ international camp, IGGNITE2017, in Rockwell College, Cashel, Tipperary. 1,800 Girl Guides from 12 different countries are camping under canvas and taking part in a wide range of activities to help them ‘BE’ adventurous, active, confident, unique, limitless, inventive and to ‘BE’ survivors and advocates.Brownie Lottie Doll1,800 Girl Guides from 12 different countries camped under canvas and took part in a wide range of activities to help them ‘BE’ adventurous, active, confident, unique, limitless, inventive and to ‘BE’ survivors and advocates. Launching the doll, Nicola Grinstead, Chair of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), said: “We love the way Lottie dolls are age-appropriate and relatable and they empower children to be themselves, to be imaginative, adventurous and, of course, to have fun. This partnership is a perfect fit for us as WAGGGS’s vision is that ‘All girls are valued and can take action to change the world’.”Irish Girl Guides Chief Commissioner, Helen Concannon, said: “We hope the Lottie Brownie doll will not only encourage our younger members to be more active and adventurous, but will facilitate the empowerment of many more girls besides and might encourage them to become Brownies and Guides too.”With over 500,000 active members in Ireland and the UK, and 10 million worldwide spanning 146 countries, WAGGGS is creating lifelong friendships between girls and young women.The organisation gives its members the skills, confidence and knowledge to become leaders and to support their communities. “This reflects Lottie’s positive values and inclusive view on childhood,” says Mr Harkin. “WAGGGS and Arklu both have as their mission to empower children to actively explore STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activities and to pursue their dreams.”The Lottie Brownie doll retails at €19.95 and is suitable for children aged 3+. To find your nearest stockist, use the store locator on Lottie.com or order online.Lottie Dolls of Donegal introduce adventurous Brownie figure was last modified: August 12th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:ARKLUIan HarkinLottie dollslast_img read more

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