Land Disputes Shake Rock Town, Little Webbo

first_imgMaryland County Superintendent, Madam Betsy T. Kouh –Toe, has confirmed the occurence of land disputes between residents of Rock Town and Little Webbo in Maryland County. It is a situation that is brewing tension especially during this farming season, Madam Toe said.Supt. Toe told the Daily Observer in Harper City on Tuesday, June 7 that the renewed tension began over a parcel of farmland, which residents of both the towns are claiming ownership of.She said one of the claimants had earlier brushed the area, but shortly after that, another opposing group also laid claim to the same land and set fire to it.“The two parties representing each of the rival towns are claiming ownership for being the first to have engaged the farmland,” Supt. Toe said.She said the latest tension is not as grave as it was a few years ago where life was lost. She said the county administration has found a way to calm the situation and bring it to its final settlement.According to Supt Toe, a similar land dispute erupted recently in the Senoken Community around Pleebo, a commercial hub of the county, where two neighboring towns were claiming the same parcel of land that falls in their boundary.She said the County Administration has meanwhile ‘peacefully’ resolved the situation.Despite government’s intervention, the Daily Observer has obtained credible information that the situation is far from over even though residents of the area have long lived together.Also, this newspaper established that Rock Town was the first to settle in the area before the coming of Little Webbo, whose inhabitants were reportedly allowed by Rock Town residents to cohabitate with them in peace based on good neighborliness.Nevertheless, due to present population growth, citizens of Rock Town have reportedly become uneasy of Little Webbo’s continued presence as well as their cultivating on what Rock Town considers as their ancestral land.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Liverpool’s possible starting XI next season with two class new signings

first_img 11 11 1. Goalkeeper: Simon Mignolet – Click the right arrow above to see how Liverpool could line up next season… – The Belgian shot-stopper has improved plenty this season and is likely to remain ahead of Loris Karius next year. 3. Left-back: Ryan Bertrand – Unsurprisingly, one of Liverpool’s top targets this summer is currently a Southampton player. Bertrand has impressed since his move to St Mary’s but it’s likely he will now move on, with Anfield an understandable destination. 8. Attacking midfield: Luan – Reports in Brazil claim the Reds are set to land Gremio midfielder, likened by some to Ronaldinho. Several teams in Europe want the attacking star and he may well be the kind of player needed to unlock defences for Liverpool. 11 11 7. Central midfield: Adam Lallana – Another former Southampton player, Lallana has been a real success story and has been missed when injured. 11 11 5. Centre-back: Dejan Lovren – After signing a new contract at Anfield, the Croatian is set to build on his partnership with Matip in the heart of the Reds defence. 4. Centre-back: Joel Matip – A big hit since his move from Schalke, the ball-playing centre-back is Jurgen Klopp’s top pick in the middle of his defence. 11 9. Right forward: Sadio Mane – One of the signings of the season, the Senegalese star has settled in superbly at Anfield and will undoubtedly star again next year. 11 6. Central midfield: Jordan Henderson – Once he returns to fitness, the Liverpool pass master will be back dictating play on Merseyside. 11 11 11 Liverpool are set for a busy summer in the transfer market, especially as they are yet to confirm whether they will play in the Europa League or the Champions League next season.It’s likely manager Jurgen Klopp will be looking to improve in several positions, with injuries and international duty this term showing they need depth beyond the likes of Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane, and Adam Lallana.Speculation is increasing as to who the Reds could sign, so how might their team look come next season?Click the right arrow above to see how, with everyone fit, Liverpool could line up… 10. Centre forward: Roberto Firmino – With a fully fit Liverpool squad, the Brazilian star should be able to slip back into a more central role for the Reds. 2. Right-back: Nathaniel Clyne – Ex-Southampton star Clyne needs to buck up his ideas given a number of average displays, but he will retain his spot in the first team. 11. Left forward: Philippe Coutinho – Jurgen Klopp will do anything he can to hold onto Coutinho this summer, with Barcelona set to test his resistance.last_img read more