Journalists rally to bid fallen colleague farewell

Following the tragic demise of Elah Geofrey Mbong, journalist, editor and layout person of the Sun Newspaper, journalists in the Southwest Region are making necessary preparations to give their colleague a befitting burial.
Elaborate arrangements are underway for Geofrey’s funeral slated for Friday, June 1. It shall begin with the corpse removal and viewing at Limbe Regional Hospital Chapel has been scheduled at 2pm. At 5:30 pm on the same day, the corpse will be returned to the morgue making way for a wake service at his ‘Mile One’ residence from 6pm.
The funeral continues on the following day, Saturday, June 2, at 6am with the removal of his mortal remains and departure for Bangem, Southwest Region. Burial shall be on the same day.
Geoffrey died in the early hours of Friday, May 18, in Limbe after being knocked down by biker said to have been escaping from police control without his headlights on.
Late Elah Geofrey Mbong was a fine journalist with a sharp pen, an outstanding editor of the Sun Newspaper who was also in charge of the Layout of his paper and other papers as many ran to him because of his professionalism, humility and intelligence. He was an outgoing person, very social and could work with anyone hitch free.
Late Elah Geofrey Mbong, aka Nyari leaves behind two kids, a fiancé, family, colleagues, and many other loved ones to mourn him.
By Relindise Ebune

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