Press Union Of Liberia Opens Book of Condolence For Journalist Philip Wesseh

PUL President, Charles Coffey, Jr.

The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) will on Friday, October 21, open a book of condolence for fallen Liberian journalist, lecturer, and Managing Editor of the Inquirer Newspaper, Atty. Philip N. Wesseh, alias “Gina”.

The book of condolence will be opened at the Headquarters of the Press Union of Liberia on Clay Street beginning 10:30 a.m.

The Union is, therefore, inviting all journalists, Civil Society, the government of Liberia, the Diplomatic Corps, family members, the Inquirer Newspaper, friends, well-wishers and Sympathizers, including the general public, to be a part of this ceremony in honor of the late icon and prolific writer, Atty. Wesseh.

Veteran journalist Wesseh died Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center following period of illness.

With his over 30 years of enormous impact in the media and academic landscapes, the veteran journalist started his journalism career in 1981 at the Liberian Daily Observer until after the civil unrest he joined the Inquirer Newspaper up to his demise.

The PUL in a release described the death of Atty. Wesseh as “a great losts:” to the media community and has charged emerging journalists to emulate the practices of the fallen veteran, noting that he will be missed

The Press Union ask that, all concern be at the Headquarters of the Union  by  10:30 am on Friday, October 21, 2022 for the signing of the book of condolence for fallen veteran journalist Atty. Wesseh, alias “Gina”.

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