Committee for the Union’s 2019 Elective Assembly in November.  

Founded in Monrovia on September 30, 1964, the Press Union of Liberia is the umbrella organization serving Liberian media professionals and institutions. With a membership base of more than 500 journalists, the PUL has oversight responsibility for addressing problems arising from journalists’ reportage and conduct in the face of the ever-growing demand for quality and good taste.

It operates under the auspices of four elected officers namely president, vice president, secretary general and assistant secretary general for a three-year tenure. Individuals occupying the jobs are required by the Union’s Constitution to hold office for two terms.

Those appointed to the 2019 Press Union of Liberia Congress Preparatory Committee are:

  1. Alphonso Zeon, Chairman
  2. Ms. Eva Flomo, Co-chair
  3. Cllr. Bobby Livingstone, Sec
  4. Teah Domah, Member  
  5. Isaac Reed, Member  
  6. James Kiazolu, Member
  7. Rose Kiawu, Member  

The 2019 Press Union of Liberia Congress Preparatory Committee will lead all organizational efforts to ensure the successful conduct of the 2019 PUL Assembly which includes the current leadership reporting on its three-year stewardship.

Meanwhile, the Press Union of Liberia has appointed its 2019 Elections Committee. Those named are:  

  1. Jallahwah Tonpoe, Chairman
  2. George Barpeen, Co-chair
  3. Teete Kanneh, Sec
  4. Eddie Harmon
  5. Victoria Wesseh

The 2019 Elections Committee is mandated to conduct the PUL Polls in keeping with the Union’s Constitution and as well act within the scope of the Liberian Constitution.

Other subcommittees of the PUL Congress Preparatory organ named are:

Program & Publicity Committee (PPC)

  1. Sydney Nicole, Chairman
  2. Kelvin Demey, Co-chair
  3. Abraham Wheon, Sec
  4. Zenu Miller
  5. Daniel Ankrh
  6. Trojan Kiazolu
  7. Princess Howard

Accreditation & Logistics Committee (ALC)  

  1. Janjay Campbell
  2. Rose Stubberfield
  3. Shirley Wilson Flomo
  4. Workadah Boah
  5. Zoquaye Beslow

Financial & Operational Review Committee (FORC)

  1. Theophilus Seton  
  2. Moses Kowu
  3. Samwar S. Fallah

Congress by constitutional mandate will meet in the second week of November at a location to be determined later by the Leadership of Press Union of Liberia.


Daniel Nyakonah, Jr.

Secretary General




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