The Jame E. Greene Sports Stadium, located in Farmersville – on the outskirt of Greenville, Sinoe County, is expected to come alive on Friday with an entertaining oldtimer football game between the Executive and Legislative branches government.
The kickball and football teams of the Executive Branch will serve as the host – as the organizer of Liberia’s 168th independence celebrations, while the Legislature – with the constitutional function of lawmaking, oversight and representative, will be the visitor.
Assistant Sports Minister Murvee Gray said Foreign Minister Augustine Ngafuan will serve as the skipper for the male team, while the Gender, Children and Social Protection Minister Julia Duncan Cassell will be the captain for the kickball squad.
Minister Gray – chairman of the July 26 Sports organizing committee said Senators George Weah and Geraldine Doe-Sheriff will feature for the Legislature.
He disclosed that President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Vice President Joseph Boakai will be part of the tactical staff for the Executive, while Speaker Alex Tyler and President Pro Tempore Armah Jallah will be the technicians for the Legislature.
He also said Press and Public Affairs Director Isaac G. Redd will be a member of the support staff of the tactical team.
The free game will start at 3pm.