The death is announced of Mother Annie Kahn Gaye, which sad event occurred on Monday, August 22, 2016 in Grand Gedeh County, following a protracted illness. She was 67.The late Mrs. Gaye was born on June 13, 1949 in Pour Town, Grand Gedeh County to the union of Mr. and Mrs. Kahn. She accepted Christ as her personal Savior in 1970 in the Zayee Town Assembly of God Church, now White Chapel A.G. Church.Mother Gaye was wedded to Mr. Borbor F. Gaye in 1966. This union was blessed with nine children, eight of whom have survived her. They are Esther, Amos, Mrs. Cecelia Gaye Diahn, Mrs. Susannah L. Gaye, Mrs. Evelyn Gaye-Tarn, Mrs. Theresa Gaye-Teah, Julie T. Gaye and Fester N. Gaye. Mother Gaye’s husband predeceased her in the year 2000 in the Ivory Coast. A son, Alfred P. Gaye, also predeceased her.Mother Annie Kahn Gaye is survived by eight children; 20 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; three brothers; several nieces and nephews and many other relatives in the Ivory Coast, other parts of Africa and in the United States.The funeral will take place in Grand Gedeh County.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
1 Radamel Falcao Radamel Falcao’s mother claims only God will decide where her son plays football – and believes the striker is hoping for “bigger and better things”.The Manchester United forward, who joined the club on loan from Monaco in September last year, has made just 28 appearances, 12 of them from the bench, and scored four goals.Those statistics indicate it is unlikely that United boss Van Gaal will exercise an option to purchase the Colombian on a permanent deal.Now Falcao’s mother Carmenza Zarate has admitted it has been a difficult time for her son and hinted his future could lie away from Old Trafford as he looks to resurrect his career.She told Colombian newspaper El Espectador: “Not everything has been easy in Falcao’s life. He has had some difficult moments in his career.“They slowed his progress and prevented him from participating in important competitions like the World Cup, or have confined him to the bench, like in Manchester.“I often remind him that after a test or a difficulty, blessings arrive. We hope for bigger and better things. God hasn’t abandoned us and my son will become again what he has been, a goalscorer.“Even if he’s unhappy not to be in the starting XI, he has to accept the coach’s decisions. It’s not a normal situation given what he has experienced in his career, but it happens in football.“If God shows him a new path, he’ll leave Manchester; if not, he’ll stay.”Despite her son’s problems, Zarate refused to blame Van Gaal and his management style, insisting his treatment of other big-name players suggests he has nothing against the South American.She said: “I believe what he (Van Gaal) does with Falcao is not personal because the same thing happens with Angel Di Maria and Robin Van Persie. It’s his way of working, and you have to respect that.“He (Falcao) has to prove results for the Manchester United executives, and we will see how he achieves that.”Falcao made his debut for United as a substitute in a 4-0 league victory over QPR on September 14 and started for the first time in the 5-3 defeat at Leicester a week later, opening his goalscoring account in a 2-1 win against Everton on October 5.