President Weah, Others Sign Book of Condolence for Rep. J. Nagbe Sloh


Following weeks of controversies among family members of the fallen Sinoe County District#2 J. Nagbe Sloh, members of the Legislature, President George Weah, and other government officials have signed the book of condolence for the fallen lawmaker.

The death of the Representative count two the number of fallen Representatives who have died thus leaving two vacant seats at the House of Representatives.

It may be recalled a month ago, Montserrado County lost District #9 Representative Munah Peham Young- Blood a founding partisan of the Coalition for Democratic Change.

Following the signing of the book of condolence for fallen Representative J. Nagbe Sloh, President George Weah described the death of the representative as irreplaceable.

According to the President, the late Representative Sloh will be remembered for his notable marks made in the media landscape as a former journalist and his role at the national legislature.

The Liberian leader pointed out that the death of the two lawmakers, Munah Peham Youngblood and J. Nagbe Sloh respectively is a national concern; adding that they will be remembered for the legacies in national development demonstrated especially in their respective constituents left behind.