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4 Liberian Journalists Die In 1 Month

Journalists across the country have expressed deep sorrow over the loss of four members within the month of February.
The journalism community has been profoundly affected by this unfortunate sequence of events, marking a period of collective mourning as it bids farewell to Henry B. Flomo, Robertson Penneh, and Steve Silibi of Montserrado, and Patrick Wesseh of Margibi County.
Flomo was pronounced dead at the Ganta United Methodist Hospital in Ganta, Nimba County on Sunday, February 25, 2024, where he had gone to conduct a 10-day intensive workshop on Building Resources in Democracy, Governance, and Elections on behalf of the National Elections Commission (NEC).
His remains have since been deposited at the Samuel Striker Funeral Parlors.
The late Henry Flomo served as the Communications Director of the NEC prior to his death.
The deceased left mainstream media to serve the NEC diligently several years ago but while in the media, he rose to the position of Assistant Secretary General of the Press Union of Liberia and president of the Sports Writers Association, an axillary of the Union.
Journalist Pennoh Robertson of Bana FM met his untimely death on Saturday, February 23, 2024, after he sustained a broken leg from a terrible motor accident while on his way home on a motorbike.
He allegedly died at the SD Cooper Hospital due to lack of attention and electricity at the hospital.
Robertson, a full member of the Press Union of Liberia worked with the Voice of Grand Kru in Grand Kru County, before moving to Monrovia where he joined Bana FM up to his death.
His remains are currently deposited at the Capehart Funeral home in Caldwell.
At the same time, Patrick Wesseh, a dedicated journalist in from Margibi County died on February 15, 2024 at the 14th Military Hospital in Margibi County after a brief illness.
Journalist Wesseh diligently worked as a reporter and Acting News Director at Radio Kakata, Talkshow Host at Classic FM, and reporter of KMTV.
He also served as a Correspondent for Bana FM and Super Bongese Radio in Bong County.
Prior to his demise, he also served as founding member and president of Margibi Young Journalists Association, and was a member of Margibi Journalist Association.
The book of condolence of Journalist Wesseh was opened yesterday, February 29, 2024, at Classic FM in Margibi County.
Meanwhile, journalist Steve Silibi of the Liberia Broadcasting System passed after an SOS call was made during his illness but got no attention.
Journalist Silibi, a French announcer at the Liberia Broadcasting System died February 25, 2024 at his residence and will be remembered for his commitment, dedication and tireless services.

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