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Fallen Radio Piso Journalist Laid To Rest
By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent
ROBERTSPPORT, June 22 (LINA) -The late Liberian broadcast journalist, Thomas N'dorboyan, who worked with Radio Piso in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County, has been laid to rest.
Journalist N’dorboryan died on June 5 at the Government Hospital in Tubmanburg, Bomi County, following a brief illness.
In his funeral discourse, the Priest- in- Charge of the St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Robertsport, Rev. Fr George Geoyan, admonished Liberians to refrain from corruption, dishonesty, back-biting and undermining each other.
He said it was time Liberians turned away from their wicked ways and embrace God for the redemption of their souls.
He said worshipping God with transparency will give mankind an opportunity to enter the Kingdom of God.
Father Geoyan urged the family to emulate the good example of the late N’dorboryan who worshiped God with honesty and sincerity.
During the funeral ceremony, several institutions and individuals paid tributes to the fallen journalist.
According to the Liberia News Agency, those who paid tributes included Sinje Technical and Vocational College University of Liberia, the Catholic Church and the St. Timothy Government Hospital.
The fallen journalist was a junior student at the Sinje Technical and Vocational College of the University of Liberia, majoring in agriculture.
He was born in Lofa County in 1983 and moved to Robertsport along with his parents at a young age.
He also served Radio Piso in many capacities, including acting station manager and program director.