(February 1, 2018, Monrovia)- The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) regrets the death of Journalist J. Varney Kamara, Jr.
Journalist Kamara died on January 25, 2018 after a period of illness. He was thirty six years (36) old.
Varney Kamara started his profession as a journalist at Radio Cape Mont in Sinje, Grand Cape Mount County. Kamara moved to Monrovia and worked with Fabric FM, Prime FM and Okay FM.
During his short professional life, Kamara strive for excellence was backed by an exceptional meek deportment which touched not only his fellow professionals but newsmakers alike.
Meanwhile, the Press Union of Liberia is urging all of its members, journalists, media workers and the public to turnout for the signing of a book of condolence in honor of the fallen journalist on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 11: 30am.
The Kamara Family has informed the PUL that the remains of J. Varney Kamara is expected to be removed from the A.B. Anderson Funeral Parlor on Friday, February 9, 2018 and taken to Tahn, Gola Konneh District, Grand Cape Mount County for one night of wake keeping. Internment follows on Saturday, February, 10, 2018.
Press Union of Liberia, President, Charles B. Coffey, Jr. has urged all journalists, the family and the public to show up at the Headquarters of the PUL on 44 Clay Street beginning at 11:30am on Thursday, February 8, 2018 to honor the fallen journalist during the signing of the book of condolence.
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