Apart from personnel from the provincial agency, Jakarta Public Facility Maintenance Agency (PPSU) workers – commonly known as the “orange troops” who work under the district administration – assisted in the cleanup process.Read also: One journalist beaten, another missing after covering protestsKaret subdistrict head in Central Jakarta, Kiki Muhammad Akbar, said 40 public facility workers were deployed in the early hours of Friday to clean areas around Transjakarta’s Karet bus station and MRT’s Setiabudi Astra station, tempo.co reported.Kiki said glass at the Transjakarta bus station was shattered and a water tank was torched. Glass at the MRT entrance gate was also destroyed, in addition to two bicycles from a nearby bike-sharing facility.According to the authorities, Thursday’s protests in the capital resulted in damages to 25 Transjakarta bus stations. Several police posts, the Grand Theatre cinema in Senen, Central Jakarta, and four shops located behind it were also set on fire.Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the administration suffered approximately Rp 65 billion (US$4.42 million) in losses from damaged public facilities.“[The city administration] immediately cleaned up the location. We have also started repairs. But overall, the public still has access to public transportation,” he said.Topics : The Jakarta Environment Agency has collected 398 tons of waste following rallies against the recently passed Job Creation Law in the capital on Thursday.The agency deployed 1,100 officers, 12 road-sweeping teams and 20 garbage trucks for inorganic waste, agency head Andono Warih said.”We have collected 398 tons of waste so far, including debris and broken glass,” Andono said in a written statement on Friday, adding that officers were still cleaning the areas of the protests.
RelatedPosts Super Eagles stars model new national team jersey Bale completes Tottenham return from Real Madrid Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Villarreal winger Samuel Chukwueze has revealed his admiration for former Nigeria international Jay-Jay Okocha. The highly-rated youngster has continued to turn heads in La Liga since breaking into the first team of the Yellow Submarine last season. Chukwueze scored eight goals in as many appearances last term amid other dazzling displays to help Villarreal finish 14th. The forward also shone at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, helping the Super Eagles finish third in the biennial tournament. The young winger, who is known for his dribbling skills, has disclosed his respect for his football idol. “My big hero was Jay-Jay Okocha. I loved watching him, and whenever he played for Nigeria I would be so desperate to see him win. If they lost, I wouldn’t eat. I couldn’t take it,” Chukwueze told Goal. “In my home town we would have a local centre and I would try to go there to watch Nigeria games. We didn’t have a TV, but there was one there. I would peep through the window to see Okocha and the rest.” Villarreal have endured a slow start to the season, given they are winless in their opening three league games. The winger, who opened his 2019-20 goal account in their 4-4 draw with Granada, has revealed his desire to always be on the winning side. “I’m not a good loser. When I was younger and my team lost, I would cry. I’ve stopped that now, but I still hate to lose. Even on the PlayStation if I lose, I will throw the controller. Winning is everything to me,” he added. Chukwueze is part of the 25-man squad invited for the Super Eagles’ friendly game against Ukraine on September 10. Thereafter, he will hope to help Villarreal clinch their first win of the season when they slug it out with Leganes on September 14.Tags: 2019 AFCONJay Jay OkochaLa LigaSamuel ChukwuezeSuper EaglesVillarealYellow Submarine
(Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/82/d0/will-grier-090118-getty-ftr_qaqyjdthu5k710bith1nlulmg.jpg?t=-1742532611&w=500&quality=80 SN’s NFL DRAFT HQ:Day 1 winners & losers | Pick tracker | TV schedule 100. Panthers: Bryce Love, RB, StanfordWhy not tap into Christian McCaffrey’s successor for his ideal straight-up backup?101. Patriots: Amani Hooker, S, IowaThey need to address their advancing age at the position.102. Ravens: Khalil Hodge, ILB, BuffaloThey get him to help diffuse the loss of C.J. Mosley. 41. Broncos: Drew Lock, QB, MissouriThis is a pretty good scenario for Denver to land the quarterback to which it was attached at No. 10 overall nearly a round later.42. Bengals: Mack Wilson, ILB, AlabamaThis is a pretty strong consolation for missing out on Devin White and Devin Bush in Round 1.43. Lions: Rock Ya-Sin, CB, TempleMatt Patricia gets to focus on his defense after the semi-luxury pick of Hockenson.44. Packers: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole MissBrown is the perfect complementary smart, scrappy receiver for Davante Adams.45. Rams (from Falcons): Dalton Risner, G/T, Kansas StateThis is a pretty easy value choice after the team lost Rodger Saffold in free agency.46: Colts (from Redskins): Kelvin Harmon, WR, N.C. StateIndianapolis needs a tough, big and smart field-stretcher opposite T.Y. Hilton.47. Panthers: Taylor Rapp, S, WashingtonCarolina can go right down the line with its next defensive need and address it well here.48. Dolphins: Greg Little, OT, Ole MissAfter getting Wilkins for the defensive line, they get another offensive line Rebel to pair with Laremy Tunsil.49. Browns: Juan Thornhill, S, VirginiaThe Browns enter the draft with a solid thumper to replace Jabrill Peppers.50. Vikings: Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio StateThe Vikings will be thrilled to get this athlete in the middle of their defensive line after landing Garrett Bradbury to anchor their offensive line. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/36/5/zach-allen-112917-getty-ftrjpg_tfolu3sr9e9t17v6nf4kywzba.jpg?t=146679160&w=500&quality=80 NFL mock draft 2019: Round 233. Cardinals: Cody Ford, OT/G, OklahomaArizona follows up Kyler Murray with some run blocking help for David Johnson.34. Colts (from Jets): Jaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana TechIndianapolis dives right into more pass rush help with its first pick of the draft.35. Raiders: Byron Murphy, CB, WashingtonOakland can still get a player it was looking at to fill a starting need in the first round.36. 49ers: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole MissAfter getting Nick Bosa for defense, San Francisco should be thrilled to add this target for Jimmy Garoppolo.SIGN UP to stream the NFL Draft LIVE on DAZN in Canada37. Seahawks (from Giants): Greedy Williams, CB, LSUSeattle got its edge rusher in L.J. Collier in Round 1 and gets its initial Justin Coleman slot replacement here.38. Jaguars: Irv Smith, TE, AlabamaThis makes a lot of sense after the team was tied much to T.J. Hockenson and Noah Fant in the first round.39. Buccaneers: Trayvon Mullen, CB, ClemsonThe Bucs can continue to get the back seven deep and right for Todd Bowles.40. Bills: Jawaan Taylor, OT, FloridaThe Bills chose to go with Oliver for their defensive line early and can still get the pass protector they covet here. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/69/a8/dk-metcalf-010519-getty-ftrjpg_s1y00dujowkaz3w6m0m10dd0.jpg?t=534225736&w=500&quality=80 51. Titans: Zach Allen, DE, Boston CollegeAllen is a very good versatile fit for the front of Mike Vrabel and Dean Pees.52. Broncos (from Steelers): Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&MDenver can get its replacement for Matt Paradis here.53. Eagles (from Ravens): Deebo Samuel, WR, South CarolinaPhiladelphia lines up another gamebreaker behind aging returnee DeSean Jackson.54: Texans (from Seahawks): Deionte Thompson, S, AlabamaHouston can solve its issues with a big free-agency safety shuffle here.55. Texans: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa StateThe team cannot count on some combination of Lamar Miller and D’Onta Foreman anymore and needs to get a complete back.56. Patriots (from Bears): Gerald Willis III, DT, MiamiThis is a nice replacement option for lost free agent Malcom Brown.57. Eagles: Damien Harris, RB, AlabamaPhiladelphia adds another body to its backfield committee behind veteran acquisition Jordan Howard.58. Cowboys: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, FloridaDallas would love to make its first pick count this big with its top defensive need.59. Colts: Nasir Adderley, S, DelawareMalik Hooker is a stud but Indy should look to upgrade over Clayton Geathers.60. Chargers: Yodny Cajuste, OT, West VirginiaThis is an easy call after going defensive line and Jerry Tillery in Round 1.61. Chiefs: Julian Love, CB, Notre DameHe’s a good fit as an initial nickel corner in Steve Spagnuolo’s defense.62. Saints: Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa StateNew Orleans will be happy to add a big-play threat on the other side of Michael Thomas.63. Chiefs (from Rams): Darrell Henderson, RB, MemphisDamien Williams has been solid as the new lead, but Kansas City needs speed. Now that the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft is complete, it’s the best time to look at how the second and third rounds might play out on Day 2. The board of best available players is reset with a few risers that are no longer available and several fallers to give the early part of Friday night extra star power.From Nos. 33 to 102 with every team finally making at least one pick, here’s your rapid-fire mock based on team needs and the best players available across positions. 64. Patriots: Will Grier, QB, West VirginiaWith a bevy of Day 2 picks, New England can line up its new Garoppolo.NFL mock draft 2019: Round 365. Cardinals: Joe Jackson, DE, MiamiHe can help Vance Joseph as a situational pass rusher behind Terrell Suggs and Chandler Jones.66. Steelers (from Raiders): T.J. Edwards, ILB, WisconsinThe Steelers got stud Devin Bush but could also upgrade from Jon Bostic67. 49ers: Elgton Jenkins, C, Mississippi StateThey can look at him more as a left or right guard.68. Jets: Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn StateThey need help at corner after not keeping Morris Claiborne behind Trumaine Johnson69. Jaguars: Oshane Ximines, DE, Old DominionWith Josh Allen possibly tabbed for strongside linebacker, here’s further boosting their end rotation.70. Buccaneers: Charles Omenihu, DE, TexansThe Bucs keep think defense to address the edge.71. Broncos: Te’Von Coney, ILB, Notre DameThe Broncos get their replacement for Brandon Marshall72. Bengals: Ryan Finley, QB, N.C. StateCincinnati takes someone to groom behind Andy Dalton.73. Patriots (from Lions): Kaden Smith, TE, StanfordNew England addresss the Gronk void here.74. Bills: Miles Sanders, RB, Penn StateLeSean McCoy and Frank Gore need youth to serve behind them.75. Packers: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&MGreen Bay finally gets to address this position with an athletic target.76. Redskins: Joejuan Williams, CB, VanderbiltWashington has had a close eye on his help for the secondary77. Panthers: Chase Winovich, DE, MichiganIt doesn’t hurt for Carolina to double up on pass rushers after taking Brian Burns.78. Dolphins: Clayton Thorson, QB, NorthwesternIf the Josh Rosen trade doesn’t happen, this would be an OK developmental fallback79. Rams (from Falcons): Jachai Polite, DE/OLB, FloridaThe Rams have been enamored with him for a while80. Browns: Isaiah Buggs, DT, AlabamaCleveland can beef up another part of Steve Wilks’ scheme here.81. Vikings: J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, StanfordMinnesota needs some situational size behind Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen.82. Titans: Michael Dieter, G, WisconsinTennessee still needs to address guard after adding Saffold83. Steelers: Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio StatePittsburgh gets a sleeper to help replace Antonio Brown.84. Chiefs (from Seahawks): Beau Benzschawel, G, WisconsinInterior line help is a must after losing Mitch Morse.85. Ravens: D’Andre Walker, OLB, GeorgiaBaltimore needs to go to this position at some point after losing Terrell Suggs and Za’Darius Smith.86. Texans: Foster Moreau, TE, LSUHouston could use an upgrade all-around at the position for Bill O’Brien.87. Bears: Jacquan Johnson, S, MiamiThe Bears need some versatile defensive back help after losing Adrian Amos and Bryce Callahan.88. Lions (from Eagles): Riley Ridley, WR, GeorgiaHere’s another solid intermediate target to get after landing Hockenson.89. Colts: Lonnie Johnson, CB, KentuckyIndianapolis continues to get deeper defensively.90. Cowboys: Austin Bryant, DE, ClemsonHe’s a solid place to go for defensive line help given his college pedigree.91. Chargers: Emanuel Hall, WR, MissouriHe’s their kind of speedy deep threat for Philip Rivers.92. Seahawks (from Chiefs): Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio StateHe’s their kind of speedy deep threat for Russell Wilson.93. Jets (from Saints): David Edwards, OT, WisconsinNew York needs to have blocking upgrade on its mind for Sam Darnold and Le’Veon Bell94. Rams: Greg Gaines, DT, WashingtonHe can help them replace Ndamukong Suh.95. Giants (from Patriots through Browns): Miles Boykin, WR, Notre DameNew York needs to think about wideout at some point post-Odell Beckham Jr.96. Redskins: Anthony Johnson, WR, BuffaloWashington needs to work on improving the support for Dwayne Haskins.97. Patriots: Christian Miller, DE/OLB, AlabamaVersatile Crimson Tide defenders are always in vogue in New England.98. Jaguars (from Rams): Devin Singletary, RB, Florida AtlantaThey need replacement insurance after losing T.J. Yeldon behind Leonard Forunette.99. Rams: Jalen Jelks, DE/OLB, OregonThey don’t mind adding another pass-rushing body for Wade Phillipps. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/d4/20/drew-lock-081818-getty-ftrjpg_1i6l6tdnzspuj1bhxy7f476egs.jpg?t=-2046864187&w=500&quality=80
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has appointed members of the National Governing Council (NGC) of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Country Program.The NGC comprises stakeholders from various sectors of Liberian society, and provides policy and strategic direction for the rollout of the APRM County Program. They are appointed for a two-year term.According to an Executive Mansion release, those appointed include the following sectors and representatives:Sectors Representative Agencies/InstitutionsGovernment Institution Mr. Emmanuel B. David General Auditing CommissionCivil Society Mr. Malcolm Joseph Center for Media Studies and Peace BuildingWomen’s Organization Ma Kebeh Monger Rural Women AssociationPrivate Sector Mr. Dee-Maxwell Kemayah Liberia Business AssociationMarginalized & Disabled Rev. Fallah Boima-Cymbianoh National Union of Organizations of the DisabledTraditional Council Mr. Janjay A. Jacobs Traditional CouncilAcademia Dr. Kadiker Rex Dahn National Commission on Higher EducationAppointees from the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Political Parties, Youth and Religious Council will be announced later following further consultations which are still ongoing.Liberia formally acceded to the APRM in January 2011, and in May 2013, President Sirleaf was elected Chairperson of the African Peer Review Forum. Upon taking office, the Liberian leader appointed the Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Mr. Amara Konneh as National APRM Focal Point, and in 2013, he assumed the Chairmanship of the Committee of APRM Focal Points, which oversees the APRM administration, and the oversight responsibility for the implementation of Liberia’s Country Program.The process to implement the Country Program began with the recent recruitment of a National Secretariat to support the activities of the NGC, which is the Mechanism’s highest domestic decision making body.Launched in 2003 by the African Union (AU), the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is a mutually agreed instrument voluntarily acceded to by the Member States of the AU as an African self-monitoring mechanism. The APRM is a bold, unique and innovative approach designed and implemented by Africans for Africa. The mandate if the APRM is to encourage conformity in regard to political, economic and corporate governance values, codes and standards, among African countries and the objective in socio-economic development within the New Partnership for Africa’s Development. The objectives of the APRM are primarily to foster the adoption of policies, standards and practices that lead to political stability, high economic growth, sustainable development and accelerated sub-regional and continental economic integration through experience sharing and reinforcement of successful and best practices, including identifying deficiencies and assessment of requirements for capacity building. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)