President of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), Abdullai Kamara
PUL Prexy Unhappy With Low Turnout At Condolence Ceremony
By Robert Dixon, LINA
MONROVIA, May 22 (LINA) - The president of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), Abdullai Kamara, Friday expressed disappointment at the low turnout of fellow journalists at the signing of the Book of Condolence in memory of fallen Liberian journalist John G. Taweh.
He said the PUL announced the official signing of Book of Condolence for journalist Taweh at at the Union’s Clay Street Headquarters, with the anticipation that almost all members of the Union would have been in attendance, noting that it was regrettable that only few persons turned out.
In remarks before signing the Book of Condolence, Kamara warned journalists against such practice, noting that the PUL as an advocacy organization always champions the cause of all journalists, and warned members against staying away from activities of the Union.
The PUL President then used the occasion to appeal to journalists to grace their fallen colleague's funeral ceremony at the Church of Christ in Chicken Soup Factory followed by the burial ceremony.